Delve beyond the black exterior of the house and one finds an interior that is largely dominated by white. Classic décor pieces like the Eames Lounger sit snugly next to the fireplace and give the residence an air of timelessness.
Exposed concrete walls in the living room along with pops of bright blue and bold wall art shapes a curious blend of eclectic modern and natural styles. Sliding glass doors and windows connect the living area with the exterior and the line is blurred further with the use of skylights. Long smart corridors that allow one to display an art collection and minimal décor choices complete a home that feels comforting and classy!
The smart and tiny cabin keeps things simple uncomplicated and yet comfortable even as its woodsy design allows it to blend in with the backdrop. You can alter the finish and the material to fit various environments and terrains and each CABN can be fine-tuned to custom needs.
The upper level of the house feels sophisticated and minimal with the lower level draped in concrete. Given the nickname of ‘Space Pod’ by the locals the house is both inviting and futuristic.
For those who cannot even spend a moment without checking their phone for new messages mails and are constantly hooked to gadgets CABN offers a chance to detox and relax. And undoubtedly most of us need such a break inevitably!
Surrounded by an oasis of greenery and a dashing backyard pool it is this outdoor hangout that becomes the new highlight of the residence. Designed by Rob Paulus Architects the Canopy House uses Douglas fir wood both on the inside and outside to create a visual link between the two spaces.
Despite its openness the street façade of the Long House offers ample privacy and a water pond along with the garden become safe escapes that are perfect for a lovely staycation.
Smart lighting under the wooden bridge adds to the covered sitting area outside while the opening also creates visual connectivity between the rear and front sections of the home.