Size doesn’t matter for this monstrous roof that grandiosely overlooks a sublime bay view positioned 550 meters above sea level. A fire-storm that occurred in 1991 caused the original structure to need rebuilding, and this transformation was completed in 2016. The renewed build comes with a new layout and is particularly susceptible to its surroundings, especially the appealing view.
Incorporating an open floor plan that stretches from the harbor to the garden, an exquisite indoor-outdoor structure was created upon the request of its residents rewarding them with heaps of natural sunlight. The highlight of this structure is the detailing of the wavy ceiling presenting admirers with appealing coziness and a warming space. The seamless translucency connects the outdoors and the indoors with an amazing bay view. The divider also acts as décor while the allocation of the space and rooms in the house act as a strategic shield from the rain, wind, and extreme sun rays of the region.
Inclusively, the design gives off an ideal harmony in its appearance, functionality, and comforting tones.