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 blocks have then been interconnected by an open staircase. The front elevation of the house is kept off sight from street. The huge door welcomes you to the inner wonders. The entrance leads you to a beautiful bluish pool which is near to entrance of the building. Right at the middle of the structure is a double height space which acts as a corridor to the rest of the house.
France is home to many famous designers and Chalet Beranger located in St Martin de Belleville is just an illustration to back the statement. You would definitely agree with us as soon as you get to see this wonderful masterpiece.
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 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.
We just love the bedroom for its simple design minimal furniture and white curtains. The bedroom also has a small area covered with pebbles and a plant placed on them. The large glass windows in the room provide natural light. The bedroom also has a bathroom attached and is separated with glass walls.
The owner’s demand was to create an urban touch to this age-old house and the architects started working on the single- storey residence with four bedrooms. Initially they divided the entire area into private and public spaces separated by a fairly large pool. A long bridge serves as the connection between public and private spaces.