The is no different with its fabulous design that brings together two contrasting worlds. Classic and modern site comfortable next to one another in this residence built by Taylor Knights.
The cantilevered structure of the house and the placement of the home office give it a wonderful vantage point overlooking the creek. This lets those inside work while enjoying the best views of the scenic lot even as the white stucco and wood exterior combines warmth with minimalism and modernity.
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.
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.
Designed by Matt Fajkus Architecture the home office addition to this Texas home takes the latter path with a brand new studio that is connected with the backyard and adds to the appeal of the existing residence.
Surrounded by greenery it is plywood pine and corrugated and smooth metal that shape its modern-rustic exterior and a more polished contemporary interior. A screen of screen of thin wood posts and a small front porch welcome you here with the interior opening up into a spacious double-height setting.
A lovely little dining area sits outside next to the pool and a beautiful wooden pergola draped in greenery offers the necessary shade. In fact the green landscape around the pool house adds another layer of intrigue to the dashing pool house.
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!