Contrasting elements are present in the overall design, where deliberate industrial darkness merges with organic nature shapes and playfulness: “Whimsical kid-friendly elements are present, from an undulating boulder landscape to custom steel slides that run alongside the internal staircases. Local artist, Fei Disbrow, designed a weathering steel wall sculpture and ladders that serve as backdrop for the pocket garden allowing filtered light to enter while providing privacy from neighbors. The hilltop site offers long views of the mountains and ocean which are balanced with shorter internally-focused views to the intimate pocket garden.
The designers envisioned flexible spaces, that originally meet the requirements of the owners: “We decided to design the living room in such a way so that the space could be organized differently depending on the mood and occupations. This objective is perfectly met by mobile furniture. It includes 7 modules on the wheels: 4 armchairs, two poufs and a coffee table. They are easy to move and can be assembled in various combinations: family movie watching, table games, sitting with the guests and so on”. In the children’s’ room, a central playing set divides the area in two; this miniature yellow playground includes levels for climbing, a hammock and small houses with windows.
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