To get an urban feel slide- stalk doors were placed at its interface of interior and exterior. Interior designing for the house was done by M Square Lifestyle Necessities. They were keen on balancing furniture and artwork for getting a blend of contemporary and traditional interiors. Wooden and leather furniture deployed in this building further increased the natural outlook.
Located in the valley of a huge snowy mountain the house could really be a stand out from the rest. Though it seems poorly furnished it’s not so in reality. It is aptly furnished and has everything a modern civilized family wants. The walls are given a unique texture blended with traditional artifacts and mural paintings. The house is really artistic from floor furs to roof with a feeling of modernity being exhibited everywhere – ranging from bedrooms to bathrooms.
The ground floor is occupied by the garage and home cinema while the rest of the spaces are split between private and social rooms. Here a mezzanine level features two rooms connected by a living-study opening towards a patio garden. Upstairs occupying the first floor lie the kitchen and dining room while the second floor shelters the bedrooms. Topped off with a pool terrace on the roof the narrow home is surely a successful residential project.
The down floor features a living area a bedroom and a kitchen. The living area is occupied with simple colored sofas and glass vessels. With simple equipments and furniture the kitchen looks beautiful and elegant. The living area and the kitchen are not separated by walls thereby giving an effect of a large space to the living area. Another great point of attraction is the wooden staircase that leads you to the upper floor.
Mop house has two entrances: a public entrance and a private one too. Walking straight through the entrance will lead you into the guest room; behind which is a large swimming pool and surrounding the pool is vast living area. On top of that it has relatively larger rooms and has provisions for ample air circulation. Air circulation keeps the interiors cool despite the harsh atmosphere prevailing in the Middle East region.
Everything is well balanced even with the oversized furniture (see that huge office table) and the bold art work in the dining room. Speaking of the open dining space the 10-person dining set grabs the eye as it’s stunningly illuminated by a series of cube pendants. Even more fascinating are the rays of the rising and setting sun flow in similar pattern into the dining room.
The Casa de la villa del Rey has been designed by architect and designer Carlos Teixeira — a well known writer and critic — who has managed to combine multiple fields of action with rare precision making the structure look awesome.