It seems like modern designers are becoming more and more innovative when it comes to providing both amazing views be it from the terrace of a lovely contemporary home or from a condo that has a city skyline for backdrop.
The “Sneeoosh Cabin” designed by Zeroplus Architects offers the best of both worlds as during the day time it allows those inside an opportunity to take in all the sights and sounds of the forest that surrounds the cabin while at night a heavily insulated and secure sleeping area at the top provides you all the comfort and privacy that you need.
The eventual design of the home is a beautiful amalgamation of both well-defined lines borrowed from modern design merged with sporadic and stylish use of wood to create a minimalistic and spacious house. Glass and concrete have been used extensively and the shades have been largely kept neutral with white being the predominant color of choice. Wood has been cleverly used to form the frame of the floor-to-ceiling glass windows to provide a sense of balance.
Contemporary homes not only seem to rely heavily on the interiors for their look and appeal but seem to be borrowing extensively from the surroundings. Stunning terrace views are becoming more and more often and that is all the more true in case of structures that are taking shape close to the shore.
Designing custom-made furniture is not an easy art. In fact it takes both immaculate vision and unabated creativity to custom design for customers the interiors and décor that they wish for. The most challenging aspect of it is obviously understand what customers have in mind and to decode it and bring a room to reality in a way that pleases them best. And few have achieved this better than Melissa Collison over the past few years.
For the external structure both concrete and glass have been used which allow for both privacy and some wonderful views of the ocean that is not too far away. The spacious interiors feature beautiful wooden flooring ambient lighting and furniture and décor that is lavish and relaxing.
Small tiki figures or patterns are iconic of the South Pacific and will undoubtedly add a special touch to your home design as will furniture or floor mats made of rattan. Add a few potted palms and a strong beverage served in a hollow coconut and you may begin to feel on a permanent vacation.