Our advice; make sure you get to see this magnificent structure at least once. At the time of signing a contract with the renovation company the owners of the 1950s big old Mosi House never thought that their house could ever look as wonderful as it is now. In fact Nico van der Meulen Architects from South Africa simply did the unthinkable.
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 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.
Flooring is done mostly with wood which helps retain a cool atmosphere inside all round the year. In addition to the basic amenities the house also has a blissful library a neatly furnished office room fireplace greenish bathroom and has plenty of space for all sort of sports.
There isn’t any doubt that the designers have shown incredible attention to colors fabrics and even the way furniture is arranged. Each room comes with its own terrace. The bedrooms and bathrooms are located on the upper floor and they overlook a pond that extends around the edge of the central patio reflecting the sky. The front façade has been constructed against the backdrop of the surrounding countryside and the view from each room is magical. Don’t you agree with us when we call the house mesmerizing?
Long glass windows provide natural sunlight. A beautiful garden with pebbles on the pavement has everything in it to catch your attention. And wouldn’t you say that the lighting system is remarkable too? We’re completely sold folks.
Designed by architect Desmond Ong on a minimalist concept the Singapore residence has had its wall removed so as to provide the feel of open space. It is light airy and seemingly spacious. By avoiding bulky interiors and furniture the design has been given a sense of added openness. Usage of light colors and large glass windows gives also adds to large space outlook. The bedrooms and the bathroom designs are kept very simple while the open glass windows provide fro a green view outside.