A large myrtle tree provides natural shade to those enjoying on the porch or even in the garden while a neutral backdrop and reclaimed materials fashion a serene living environment.
Nestled on one of Spain’s most popular tourist destination the designed by Carles Oliver is a project that gives life to an abandoned old home on a restrictive budget. Instead of tearing down the existing home and its jaded walls was utilized to give it a modern and sensible facelift.
It is a curated mix of midcentury modern décor sheepskin tugs and other plush textiles that the interior decorator chose to complement the warm wooden wall and large windows of the ski retreat.
Moving away from the more expansive lakeside cabin designs that one can find across the gorgeous Norwegian landscape this minimal and modern cabin is draped in pinewood and glass.
At the heart of this Chilean home designed for a family of five is a large double-height living area with small loft space above. Essentially a single level structure the height of the home allows for the addition of a smaller loft level without having to commit to building an entire second level.
At the far end lies the third volume of the house that contains the patio along with a double height glass dome that aids in air circulation. Large indoor plants a pebble garden and spacious gathering zones complete the lower level with the second floor containing the bedrooms and other private spaces. A perfect interaction of indoor and outdoor design elements draped in a glassy sheen!