The growing trend in modern design and architecture is to create homes that are one with their surroundings. Draped in a hood of green that offers plenty of seclusion the Southlands Residence in Vancouver is all about the perfect synergy between interiors and the exterior. Smartly placed concrete walls wooden partitions and sliding glass doors combine privacy with unabated views of the many sights and sounds outside.
Sturdy wooden flooring and warm lighting complete this outdoor extension of the family area. Providing a perfect glimpse of the many sights and sounds outside this is indeed a deck space befitting of a dream home. Making smart use of the space on offer it brings together aesthetics and ergonomics with loads of natural goodness!
One would assume that building a stylish and soothing retreat in a place like the New Forest National Park in UK is a delicate balancing act. Not only does the natural getaway need to be luxurious and contemporary on the inside but it also has to be a sustainable project.
Defined with sophistication and flair by Hyla Architects the residence wows you with interiors that are as good as any. A lavish pool on the inside and a dramatic spiral staircase steal the show with their impressive design. Luxurious and exclusive the structure brings together ergonomics with elegant semi-minimalist design.
Wood is an element that dominates the visual of the house while stone and glass compliment it perfectly. Lush green outdoors and courtyard tempt you to spend more time on the deck than indoors. The luxurious bedrooms and the modern bathrooms are placed on the top two levels along with an exercise room and an open lounge.