There is always a new world to explore between the old and the new. By blending in elements of two contrasting worlds the in northwest Fayetteville creates a fabulous new structure that is draped in wood and features an outdoor sitting zone that is brilliant and relaxing.
Move beyond this and one finds a series of corridors outside in wood that add to the setting and extend it elegantly. With a stoic and minimal exterior the residence appears contemporary from the outside. Step in and all that wood gives away to a white and cheerful double-height area that also houses the dining space and kitchen.
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.
Set in the beautiful and just an hour’s drive away from the city of Adelaide this particular CABN unit was crafted using locally sourced wood and provides a perfect refuge for those seeking solitude.
One wing of the house consists of the garage storage room and game room while the other contains the living area kitchen dining area and the master bedroom. The kids’ bedrooms are housed separately from the main bedroom section even while sweeping interiors bring in ample natural ventilation throughout the gorgeous home.
In a neighborhood filled with tree and old ornate houses the feels like a breath of fresh air. Designed by TWS & Partners this contemporary residence has been crafted using largely wood and concrete while sweeping glass windows and sliding glass walls connect it with the outdoors.
Designed by modus studio the residence borrows from the design of the classic dogtrot house and gives it a contemporary makeover. Overlooking the lovely landscape of the lush green Dogwood Canyon the charming house consists of two different sections that are connected by a large bridge structure draped in redwood.
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.