Sydney is a favorite destination for people who love to become a part of Australia’s unbelievable blend of seasons. The MPR Design Group was right when they zeroed in on this location for the which overlook the city and marvelous beach lying close to it. The project includes twin buildings completed in two levels. The site offers an irresistible view to the summer sky and opens up to a wonderful vision to urban Sydney.
The concrete finish over the kitchen and the structure of the main facade adds to the good looks with the structure exposed. In the master bedroom a large mobile surface-vertical façade opens to the rest of the house. The The Casa de la villa del Rey seems generous with openings and luminous transparency making it look even more imaginative.
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Further cooling is provided by wooden paneling given at intervals along the tall walls. The interior looks as wonderful as exterior. Very beautiful and expensive furniture are just another brilliant treat to your eyes. The house gets its design after taking positional environmental and climatic factors into consideration. The designers seem to have taken extra care to provide a good amount of privacy.
Located in Spain in the heart of a pine forest this white building offers celestial views that are certain to make you drool. Created by AABE and dubbed the the theme of the house is to prove that large is better — obviously considering that the designer thinks that proportions these day come as key in the modern design of the house.