The new and extended feature seems to steal the spotlight and falls in line with the trend of home owners opting for renovations clad in glass and protruding into a spacious backyard. The visual connectivity with the world outside combined with its contrasting presence makes the ‘glassy’ kitchen and family space an instant hit. A glass extension on the top level also promises unhindered views of the distant sea. A bespoke staircase with its stylish railing in white completes the list of fabulous additions to this striking.
The coffee table and the side chair are definitely the in this fantastic setup. They have been custom-made by Putra Salahin in Bali together with the rest of the furniture. Not sure about you folks but getting closer and closer to the water has never sounded more appealing! Sarah and Kimo certainly knew how to pick this one out don’t you think?
A multitude of colors speaks about the joy to live it’s a constant reminder of the beautiful things in life and their tendency to mix and match. As each life is different each home display the happiness impetuosity naturalness its inhabitants believe in.
In our quest for luxury not only high-rising panoramas adorned with Patricia Urquiola’s Tropicalia Cocoon Hanging Chairs have the power to amaze us bathrooms and pools speak the same language of hope for better design. When color and creativity meet stunningly simple spaces can become platforms for observing the surroundings or they can become works of art themselves.
The long way to becoming the dream home for Sarah and Kimo Bertram started on in Sausalito where the house-boat has been envisioned by the creative minds from Robert Nebolon Architects together with general contractor Bart Elmer. The duo came up with the idea of nesting the structure in a boxlike concrete barge that not only protects it from the marine climate but also provides keel-like stability — a much needed feature on water.