This low level property sits in a large parkland with two entrances to the building from different garden areas. Inside the rooms are a homage to the colour green. From pale olive to vibrant lime linked together with natural wood flooring throughout. The home has touches of eastern influences but much of the home has been inspired by the famous architect of Frank LLoyd Wright.... whose philosophy was organic architecture. a ethos of living with our environments in harmony where the lines between exteriors and interiors blur and merge.
The kitchen sits as the centre point with a utility room to the rear. A large corridor doubles as an office space with the bedroom and bathroom directly off this area. The living room/dining area is situated to the front of the building with views over the small front landscaped area.
Cover & Introduction
one of the 2 entrances with paved frontage. small hedges and a host of foliage.
side view showing the irregular angles of the property
the kitchen is a subtle blend of slate green, untreated concrete and natural wood.
the corridor which runs through the property is open on most sides to the parkland which surrounds the home...letting natural light in to every room.
The bathroom has eastern influences with pagoda wallpaper, bonsai and palest jade porcelain.
The large L .shaped corridor doubles as an office space . It leads you from the front door and is a welcoming area of soft green, yellows and warm wood tones.
The bedroom is a departure from the other rooms in the fact that mirror flooring replaces the wood and green here as been used in very small quantities. White bedding and walls provides a crisp clean appearance. This is the only room that has the addition of curtains for just a little touch of priv
what a gorgeous setting to wake up to each morning, as the bedroom has French doors leading directly out onto the gardens
cork walkway through the lawns leads to an entrance onto the sitting room.
Large foliage adds drama, texture and extra privacy.
Living and Dining Room
The bold green upholstery of the main living space is complimented with large leafy plants and lots of wood elements.
A touch of acrylic in the form of the dining table and overhead lights.
Large decorative panels act as artworks and give this interior a tropical edge.
open wood panels dissect the room.
a touch of soft apricot is thrown into this mix of tropical verdant greens.