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.
Large floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer a seamless connectivity between the interiors and the green backyard. The kitchen and dining space have been crafted to keep them visually connected with the living area and a large Corian bench top along with bold pendant lights steal the show here. The nature of the home and its unique geometry meant that multiple layers of lighting had to be combined to bring the best of the interiors both in terms of form and functionality.
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.
With a rather elegant blue and white exterior (finished in highly durable fluoropolymer paint) the 2100-square-foot home doesn’t even hint at the fantastic interior that you see upon entering. The design strikes with colorful additions that bring life and define the its personality. Everything has a contemporary touch starting with the open space living room the bright kitchen design and finishing with a stunning dining area.
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.