This home design and architecture featureс a raw yet refined approach towards organic materialс, contemporary interior décor, and a balance between privacy and openness. A result of teamwork by Andrew Burges Architects and close cooperation with the owners – landscape designers, this home offers a dynamic relation between in and out premises, between busy street life and secluded relaxation in the home, between organic coziness and modern spaciousness of premises.
Intriguing focal accents penetrate through the vast window connections with the surrounding gardens. In turn, the carefully crafted garden spaces become an integral part of the light modern interiors. An inviting looking bench in the sitting zone offers a panoramic view connection with the garden and the surrounding cactuses and trees. A patio extension and vast glass openings connect the yard with the living room. The second-floor bedrooms also enjoy an overlooking connection to the gardens.
The architecture and design of this exquisite modern home offer not only an amazing sculptural experience but also a bold combination of used materials and structures, conception of space, and shapes. We love the brick staircase leading to the second floor, the polished cement floors, and the walls coated with a lime-wash mixture and hand-applied local acrylic. The play between the brick walls in the kitchen and the trendy tile cladding of the unique kitchen island structure is also very intriguing.
Other materials include corrugated steel, which was used for the roof and sidewalls, along with pleated perforated aluminum sheeting. “It gives a blurry, ambiguous edge to the house that we quite liked, and the curve has this lovely endless feeling to it,” says Andrew Burges Architects practice director Min Dark.
The architectural design’s unique curves are beautifully matched by the light décor composition featuring intriguing and comfortable furniture pieces, rich textural elements, and tactile abundance in materials and textures. The color palette is kept light and neutral, enjoying the soft colors of the wooden components, the dove grays of the cement floors, and the terracotta reds of some chosen design structures.