A look inside the storehouse and the view from the top is well and truly something to savor. Even if you cannot stay at the Guinness Storehouse for a night (a reward for contest winners in the past) a look inside the space is definitely worth our time.
On the outside the pool house complements the contemporary and simple design of the pool while on the inside one can find the kitchenette daybed bathroom and a relaxing social zone in a small and space-conscious area.
Complete with three bedrooms two bathrooms a laundry room and additional functional areas this inviting weekend house is both inimitable and inventive. Every heritage home needs a makeover at some point and when that time comes you want a balanced blend of the traditional and the modern the existing and the new and a seamless transition between both the worlds.
Living off-grid can be well and truly liberating. If you are surrounded by constant rush of a big city the unending array of lights and sounds and a sea of humanity then getting away from it all does put your mind at ease.
Locally sourced hardwood is used throughout the house and this not only made the project a lot more sustainable but also cut down dramatically on the building time and costs. The interior is simple and elegant with distractions if modern life being kept away.
Created by Robert Young Architects this small and efficient pool house in New York is one such structure that maximizes space while adhering to local pool house building codes.
Perfectly insulated glass walls large sliding glass doors and beautiful niches and window seats help connect those inside with the landscape outside. Efficient planet-friendly and easy on your pocket the future does belong to such mobile modular housing units that do it all!
A vast estate that stretches into the outback solitude brought in by nature and a getaway that brings classic and modern design elements together in a dramatic fashion – on the Kimo Estate in New South Wales has it all!