Most modern homes tend not to dabble too much with textural contrast. It is not too hard to understand why though with contrasting textures becoming hard to balance even at the best of times.
The treehouse combines the best qualities of a rustic woodsy retreat with modern comfort simplicity and efficiency. Nothing ever seems like a waste in here and every inch of space is maximized even as the architects create an uncluttered space. Wrapped inside its warm confines is a window into a world filled with natural goodness.
Instead of extending the home into the backyard further and increasing the living area of the residence the clients wanted a makeover that worked within the confines of the existing home while allowing it seamlessly blend in with the spacious rear yard. accomplished this by turning to a fabulous timber pergola structure that ends up stealing the spotlight here!
Instead of completely demolishing the old house and building a new one the smart remodeling saves both time and resources while preserving and enriching the historic appeal of the Ocotea House. Nestled in the bright and sunny beachside suburb of Melbourne Australia the Gable House is a modern revamp of a that ushers in plenty of natural light even while giving the interior a contemporary upgrade.
Designed by Third Skin it is also the placement of villas next to one another that makes the project so very special. Each villa seems to start where the previous one ends; creating a visual sense of continuity.
A loft style bedroom above maximizes the available space while balconies on either side of the small kitchen allow the owners to take in the scenery outside. Despite its minimal size the treehouse can easily host 3 to 4 guests and smart lighting completes a rejuvenating hideaway that is simply mesmerizing!