Just as the space above features a chair by the window the bedroom below has a built-in sitting room that ensures no aspect of this amazing view is taken for granted. A chaise lounge is the perfect complement to iconic Barcelona chairs in white leather.
Next we head to Northwest England to celebrate the wonder that is Bolton Eco House. Referred to as the “house of the future” this home is embedded into the hillside of Mount Pennine complete with a grass roof and an 8000-square-foot layout. The home was designed in close collaboration between the client Bolton Council and CABE.
We begin with a series of living spaces that put the “wow” in “wow factor”! When the world outside is stunning how do you properly frame it indoors? There’s no right way to invite a view inside but there are some key design decisions that maximize the natural beauty. For example why not blend indoors and outdoors by opening up the space? The room below creates a seamless transition from living space to outdoor space.
Designed by Andrés Serpa this alluring tropical home is incorporates all these features and a whole lot more as it aims at sustainability by employing local material for the construction of the structure and uses a perfect balance of wood and concrete to create appealing interiors. The tranquil pool and the beautiful courtyard are always in view thanks to the elegant use of floor to ceiling glass windows at the lower level of the home.
The elegant structure located in the Bayside area of Queens in New York City is a 3200 square foot triplex home that seems to incorporate a charming balance of glass and wood to offer a relaxing and current residence that is characterized by its spacious interiors and an airy open form factor.