The way this stunning architecture has embraced the light is evident as soon as you enter the front door. The trans-parency of the glass alongside the timber structure allows the house to evoke feelings of lightness and connectivity. The dining area links lounge and kitchen, and invites the patio and garden into the living space. The vaulted ceiling over the dining room also connects it vertically to the floor above.
An open gallery on the first floor serves as a bridge between the master bedroom suite and the second bed-room with en-suite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe. The ingeniously placed loft bed over the walk-in wardrobe in the second bedroom is a smart option to create space.
The gardens of the house enchant with their fine material coordination.
A terrace made up of natural slate slabs frames the house and provides a dramatic contrast to the white wooden beams. The wooden deck on the west side connects summer house and dining room to form a harmonious unit and references the warm tones of the parquet floor inside the house.
From here, the large Indian bean tree catches your eye, which is illuminated in the evening hours to form a visual highlight.
Natural stone and hornbeam hedges also provide just the right amount of privacy and serenity in the garden.