As designbook.com says, “One take a look at this symphony of structure — with immaculate symmetry and a seamless stream of unpolluted straight strains, punctuated solely by the panache which the construction itself so brilliantly shows — leaves one in awe…” But it’s a easy components, actually: take one beautiful panorama, some wonderful trendy artwork, excellent finishes, and an progressive trendy design that makes probably the most of hovering areas, and you’ve got this Joc Blue Hills residence by Nico van der Meulen Architects. Its open-plan format ingeniously blends indoor and outside dwelling, one thing eminently doable within the South African local weather. From the glass-lined entrance, two similar staircases result in higher ranges of the house and allow a intelligent divide between the main bedroom and the rest of the house. And what a main bedroom it’s!
With sleeping quarters and spacious tub separated by solely a marble wall and hearth, this beautiful room opens towards a balcony with a major view. The residence’s palette is pale, a mixture of neutrals concurrently minimalist and heat. Wherever you look, your imaginative and prescient is of area and ambient mild, coming by way of expansive home windows and reflecting off an indoor splash pool, for illumination with out harshness or glare. And even indoors, there’s a “view” available: underwater statement home windows allow playful peeking into that indoor pool for but extra enjoyable! Among the various different facilities are a cinema room, a totally outfitted bar, and an outside pool and terrace that melds with the splendid inside. The finish end result? One unbroken, lovely entire…because of the artistry of van der Meulen.