Since the architects could not use burglar bars for the façade a unique and inspiring metallic frame was designed that also doubles as an artistic addition. Combining stone glass and metal in an extravagant and ingenious manner the house stands tall as an inspiring work that blends
Overlooking the vast expanse outside the bedrooms and the bathrooms of the house are located on the top floor. Combining varied sculptural accessories and surfaces with an atmosphere of affluence and serenity this impeccable house is all about ingenuity coupled with opulence.
The house itself is comprised of three one-story wedge-shaped concrete volumes that serve as the carport living area and the private sleeping quarters. Spread across the main floor of the living volume contains the studio family room kitchen dining room living space home office and master suite while an additional level below it features the guest rooms and a home gym.
Overlooking the majestic Atlantic ocean the open design of this house and the seemingly unending horizontal plane that defines it draw you in instantly. Crafted to mimic the mythical idea of a a meeting-place for humans and gods the home seems like a seamless edge between the beautiful beach and the Atlantic that stands right in front of it. The elevated horizontal plane is 20 meters long and 36 meters deep and houses two full levels of living space underneath it. Embracing a sleek minimal look without any frills the interior keeps the focus firmly outside.
Renovating a house built in the 60s or the 70s into an efficient contemporary structure is a task that is difficult enough but transforming a 200-year-old factory into a chic modern residence truly takes special skill and loads of creativity.