One of the many iconic trends created by Midcentury masters like Isamu Noguchi is the seamless blend of the east and the west when it comes to interior design. While the 70s and the 80s were filled with playful and exuberant colors the incessant rush of modern life has seen many homeowners turn towards the oriental for soothing calm.
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.
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.
Wonderful wooden accents in each room add to the inviting ambiance of the house and exposed steel beams give it that touch of industrial style. Iconic Mid-century modern furnishings like the Eames Lounger perfectly complement the luxurious vibe of the residence while a simple neutral color scheme keeps the focus firmly on the decor additions.
The stunning crafted by Webb & Brown-Neaves is a home that you might normally expect to see in a quiet little town in Japan. But located in the urbane Burns Beach suburb of this fascinating residence fuses Zen-like Asian elements with contemporary glitz!
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 !
Designed by A Parallel Architecture the house features glass walls that create a wonderful indoor-outdoor interplay and extend the living area beyond the normal confines of the home. Giving unabated panoramic views of the distant landscape the second level of the home contains an expansive master suite a stunning bathroom and a rooftop deck with a fireplace and comfy lounge. Opening up to the private courtyard in the rear both levels of the house enjoy seamless connectivity with the outdoors.