Her work not only has an inimitable touch of combining the unusual with the ordinary but it also seems to transcend trends and create design patterns which are both new and diverse. A resident of Sydney the designer loves the city to the core and while her work leads her all across the globe Melissa admits that she loves spending every moment she can get in Sydney.
The house also sports another pool in case you would like a different view and the interiors are mostly clad in subtle neutral shades with the walls following an ‘all-white’ template. Styled with décor and furnishings that also shout out the philosophy of ‘less is more’ this is one gorgeous house that matches the grandeur of the views it offers with the elegance of its interiors.
The bedrooms are exceptionally beautiful as they have been designed in pristine white and neutral shades while pendant lighting and chandeliers accentuate the home’s beauty. The 7000 square foot also features a Koi pond a small waterfall and even a 1500 bottle wine vault for those who love to indulge in some intoxicating delights.
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 stand out structure of the entire design is the large metal wall made out of painted aluminum that not only adds to the beauty and the balance of the home but also provides privacy by visually shielding the interiors from the wanderers’ eyes outside. The tasteful glazed flooring and the pool offer perfectly reflective surfaces and give the home a more spacious feel.
The home itself looks lovely with balanced use of glass concrete and wood on the outside. This gives its residents sufficient privacy while also extending the interiors beyond the four walls and connecting it to the outdoors with smart the use of floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The two acre property also features solar panels gray water management systems which are clubbed with eclectic interiors and curvy antiques to create a home that fits the taste of its owners.
Moving beyond the translucent front one sees the first floor which acts as the family living space while the second floor sports the bedrooms for the parents and offers refreshing views of Lake Zurich. Designed by Gus Wüstemann the home really uses glass beautifully and adequately t provide unobstructed terrace views along with a sophistication that is otherwise hard to find and emulate.