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.
Located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of this beautiful townhouse was used as a coal delivery garage since the 1990s and over the years it morphed into a parking garage with a small studio apartment above. Transforming it into an exquisite and ergonomic penthouse was all about the smart use of space and creative design solutions.
Keeping in line with the fundamentals of classic Japanese design nature plays a pivotal role in shaping the overall appeal of this elegant home. An open living area contains a beautiful sitting area an elegant dining space with classic wishbone chairs and hip Tom Dixon lights and a modern kitchen that is shaped by simple straight lines. Yet Asian-inspired accents accessories and wall art ensure that the Japanese touch is never lots throughout. Smart shoji screens and timber ceilings give the home unmistakable inviting warmth.
Three walls on the stone platform protect those enjoying the sun from the waves created by strong winds while the spectacular pool lends a touch of additional opulence to the one-of-a-kind home. Draped in a limestone that mimics the color the beach the house blends in with the surroundings while standing tall as a
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.
A large skylight and indoor courtyard ensure that there is ample natural ventilation while the grass lawn on the second floor terrace and an imaginative koi pond give it a touch of playfulness and color. Colorful wall art sophisticated decor additions fully glazed back walls and the wooden and steel accents usher in a multitude of textures to create a visually enchanting home. Complete with a hip that utilizes the vertical space in the double-height room a high-speed elevator and parking space for 3 cars this revamped townhouse perfectly complements the fast-paced glam !
House Ber stands out visually right from the get-go as its street façade paints a stylish sculptural picture. One of the key features of the house is the way it brings different textures and contrasting elements together as and open patios define the overall silhouette of the residence. Large glass doors offer seamless connectivity with the patio and the extensive backyard while marble and Caesarstone surfaces give the interior a posh luxurious appeal.