With local construction code of Hamptons allowing only a maximum of of construction area for pool houses the architects had to squeeze in all the required facilities in the limited area. accomplishes this with effortless panache!
A design that was pulled off together by Anthony Hunt Design and Luke Stanley Architects this woodsy little escape embraces the form a classic A-frame tent and does so with plenty of modern finesse. Nestled on the tranquil Aussie estate the cabin acts as a beautiful refuge and a lovely outpost offering wonderful views of the panoramic backdrop.
There is more to this smart makeover than just the rear addition with the weary and old heritage street façade of the house being give a sensible and stylish makeover. This breathes new life into the residence while preserving its timeless charm.
But you do need the right dwelling for such an experience and designed by Ark-Shelter the offers this experience to the hilt. Created by these eco-friendly cabin units running on sustainable energy can take you away from the usual getaway spots and turn pretty much any lot into a tranquil and comfortable home away from home!
It is the view outside that holds your attention and the small bedroom with a smart little workspace and modest balcony help you relax and rejuvenate. It is easy to forget about daily life and its many worries as you step into this expansive estate and this modern cabin makes the experience even more memorable!
Two prefabricated units brought on trucks were combined on site to create this elegant holiday home and this also helped in keeping construction costs and the eco-footprint down to a bare minimum.
Dubbed the Creekbluff Studio the smart addition extends the square footage of the house and also acts as a guest space and fun recreational zone when needed. But on the weekdays it is a dedicated office with enough room for 5 people to comfortably work within its confines.
The transition between the old and new is further aided by the use of a simple neutral color palette while the metallic beams in black and the large glass doors and floor-to-ceiling windows usher in some much needed contrast. Looking beyond the open living area kitchen and dining the front restoration and the smart bedrooms undoubtedly steal the show.