Home Designs Published by Stela Lucija, Saturday, September 16th 2017, 10:30:59 AM.
The site of this wood accented home is 30 x 80 feet and the total floor area of this three stories home is 4,500-sq feet. The lot is located on an inclined terrain and the slope ends at a wonderful beach in Malibu. The inclined terrain slopes at its wide and the house has 2 entrances at different levels. The upper level enters the main entrance door while the lower part goes through a wonderful garden and outdoor living area. And with the house occupies 2 sides of the road, another side of the house is the garage / carport side with space spacious enough for 2 cars.
The architects of Rockefeller Partners Architects built a small garden on this site. The garden is located at the main entrance. Apart from the garden, the house design is very interesting. This beautiful house boasts white façade which heavily accented with wood, creating a very inviting exterior. The garden part has small plants dense enough to provide privacy to the outdoor living area. Also, the wooden wall accent also is large enough to make the house looks charming and feels warmth.
If the modern exterior is enough to draw you in, the interior is so stylish and modern. Wood is a main material for the modern interior. You would find the wood is heavily used for ceiling, frames to flooring material. Actually most of the furniture also comes in wood.
The bathroom also is warmth and stylish to look at. The wooden vanity looks more like table than a vanity and is completed with brass look bathroom fixtures. The visible part of the plumbing is painted in wood color and the faucet is made with bamboo-cut water outlet. And there, this wood accented bathroom gets even more beautiful with its red, mesh-look geometric ceiling lamp and stone bowl washbasin.
Since the location of this house is on Malibu Coastline with incredible views of the Pacific Ocean, the architect built two balconies to admire the nature. Despite the nature’s view, expansive windows are built only at the beach side to be used to capture the scenery. Such design probably is to protect the privacy of the owner in its neighborhood. Rockefeller Partners Architects. Photography by Eric Staudenmaier.
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