With a gallery-like configuration, the rooms seamlessly flow from one to another. Each space has a unique purpose and offers a place of privacy and relaxation for its residents. Black-framed frosted glass paneling separates the dining room and kitchen, allowing for seclusion without completely enclosing these adjacent rooms. A sense of spaciousness and cohesion is evident through the repeated use of dark-stained parquetry flooring that line each space.
Bold and masculine best describes this interior’s material palette. Taking inspiration from the surrounding landscape, raw materials were used to lend a grounding factor. “Material palettes reflect two sides of this coin: the garden, with green marble and dark timbers, or the gallery, a soothing blend of blonde woods and grey marble” said the architects. The warm blonde timber acts as a softening contrast to the valorous use of dark cabinetry and accents. Bringing an overwhelming sense of sophistication, the combination of green and grey natural stone used in both the kitchen and bathroom gives the space a unique and interesting palette.