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A partial dividing wall helps to section the living area. A bespoke bookcase stands at the site of the home office. A custom arrangement of media cabinets form one living room wall.
The upper wooden panels behind the tv descend approximately three quarters of the way between two structural supports. A gap is left between the upper panels and a floor standing media cabinet, which offers a view through to the hall of terrarium rooms.
The indoor greenery from the hallway peeps through, freshly colouring the neutral living room. A black modern
Sections of the living room sofa wrap around the partially dividing wall to connect the lounge with the neighbouring home office. An accent chair with footstool faces the extra seating.
A floating desk furnishes the
At the other end of the open sided living room we enter the dining area.
The kitchen is connected to the formal dining room, and features a dining area of its own. Four dining chairs are seated along the lowest edge of a split level kitchen island. See more
A linear suspension lamp illuminates the kitchen sink and hob area, plus the casual dining spot. A bank of full height units and integrated ovens fill the far wall of the room.
The home is blessed with over 80 meters of landscaped terrace. The stylish outdoor space provides not only a revitalising place to rest, but also a barbecue spot and an outdoor eating area. The terrace is accessed from the kitchen, which is convenient for transferring food supplies outside to grill, or serving up ready made dishes to eat al fresco.
The built-in glass terrariums push through the apartment from the greened terrace to the sleeping quarters. See more
Natural materials coupled with glass atriums give the interior of the apartment a look that is refined in its simplicity.
The fresh green areas and modern furniture result in a unique living space that would please homeowners at any stage of life.
Light and dark shades combine and contrast throughout.
The back of an atrium has been clad with mirror and wood panel in the home entryway. A wood sideboard runs the length of the case.
The arrangement of atriums, with concealed and revealed faces, creates the illusion of an indoor-outdoor living space.
The illusion is deepened further by views of surrounding outdoor terrace. A beautiful
Grey tile and wood panelling complement each other in a bold and established look.
Live greenery also becomes visible through the walls of the bathrooms due to the use of smart glass technology in glass partitions. One such partition supports an illuminated
The recessed headboard LEDs highlight the slatted texture of the feature wall.
A glass wall ensuite resides inside the master bedroom.
Decor in the ensuite bathroom is dark and moody, with dominant black tile and wood accent pieces.
A second double bedroom design incorporates green as an accent colour.
A green bed set looks vibrant on a black fabric bed.
Green bookshelves perfectly match the shade of the bed set. Light grey cabinets balance out the fresh hue and provide the remainder of the storage space.
Out on the terrace, plants flourish in concrete and wooden planters.
An outdoor coffee table rests on a pebble core between built-in bench seats and outdoor chairs.
A short path leads to the outdoor dining area.