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.
Step in and it is a more classic Japanese style that takes over. Warm wooden tones can be found everywhere with an open living area connected to the central courtyard outside. A small wooden deck extends the living room outside while sliding doors delineate space and offer privacy when needed.
A dense forest surrounds the treehouse and beautifully framed views become an inherent part of life at this dreamy getaway. The natural lake next to the treehouse adds to its appeal. On the inside it is a world of wood that holds sway as an open and modest lounge welcomes you.
It is curved glass walls with a metallic frame that become the highlight inside these gorgeous and space-savvy . Creating clever enclosures that contain the bedroom and bathroom their uncomplicated form allows for free passage of light while eliminating any visual fragmentation of space.
A wall of glass brings in ample natural light with exposed brick wall sections adding textural contrast to the living area. The dining room and kitchen sit next to the living space with two bedrooms and master suite on the other end of the house. An altered basement now features the family lounge a home office storage area additional utility rooms and a kitchenette.
On the inside it is a combination of wood and white that holds sway even as bright pops of fuchsia and purple energize the living space. A lovely rug and accent pillows are used to usher in color even as the kitchen and dining area remain distinctly neutral and minimal.