The pool house was crafted with the picture-perfect landscape that surrounds it in mind and its large sliding glass doors ensure that the line between the interior and the world outside is almost non-existent.
Large glass windows also offer spectacular views of the city while a splendid green wall becomes the star of the show in the moody dining room. Since it was designed to fit the sleek lifestyle of its single homeowner low-maintenance decor and finishing were key aspects that defined the many choices made inside the loft home.
Combining rustic simplicity with urban functionality and a hint of industrial flair this soothing home transports you into simpler times where life seems to jog forward at a more leisurely pace! Using an earthy color palette the soothing ambiance of the getaway is easily perceptible even through these beautiful images and the landscape around it adds to the distinct aura.
Each individual residence contains three bedrooms 2 bathrooms a spacious living area along with a kitchen and dining space a series of balconies home office zones and a roof deck that offers a wonderful view of the city skyline. There is no shortage of space inside this home as the lavish living area seems to be visually connected with the world outside thanks to large glass doors and windows. Despite having a strong industrial flavor modern additions along with the top level of the residences give the interior a softer more modern look.
A stylish dining space with iconic Panton S Chairs sits next to it and leads toward the kitchen and the expansive rear garden. It is here that one finds the lovely outdoor lounge barbecue area wooden pool deck and of course the green backyard.
American architect Pierre Koenig is nothing short of a legend in the world of midcentury modern architecture and design. His iconic Case Study House #22 defied conventions defined trends and even today manages to turn heads of home design enthusiasts across the globe. Its open form breathtaking pool area that offers magical views and stunning simplicity set the tone for a style that LA quickly fell in love with. Considering this iconic status redesigning one of the homes that he crafted is a challenging task indeed. But Robert Sweet accomplished this with refined flair as they transformed the that was originally built in 1966.
A former barge dating back to 1909 this buoyant Stockholm abode makes the most of its industrial past with decor that complements its seafaring features. The easy breezy interiors are filled with light thanks to a skylight and some original porthole windows while navy and aqua accents contrast nicely against crisp white walls.