Sustainable design and architecture are not always about high-end technology and sleek energy-saving gadgets. Located in the heart of Namibia’s capital city this interesting and innovative residence celebrates green design practices with the adaptive reuse of materials.
It is not very often that you come across a home that presents such a balanced amalgamation of textures like the lovely in Texas. Clad mainly in wood glass and steel the exterior of the house also presents exposed concrete walls to add to the lovely blend of contrasting materials.
The architect has compared the design to music where the dominant themes are sweetness peace and tranquility. It’s very important to respect the place’s natural elements and also act with some independence and dedication to bring out the virtues of the island. I think Ramon Esteve has done an astonishing job in building a house that really makes you dream.
Two home offices with garden access offer privacy coupled with wonderful views. The first floor of the villa houses the five bedrooms bathrooms and the guest room which seem to combine smart space-saving solutions with intelligent design.
Ample ventilation illuminates the spectacular living area with a vaulted roof and wooden beams as 52 windows surround the space! A trolley found at the local flea market doubles as the coffee table while custom pendants give the large dining area an aura of its own.