Classical elegant frontage with a more contempory facade towards the sea

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Classical elegant frontage with a more contempory facade towards the sea

The front façade comprises of large sash windows and a formal entrance, finished with a smooth render and fine detailing of classic style. The back façade is of contemporary finish with large areas of glazing. This relates to the change in setting between the main facades of the home – formal to the road and more relaxed to the sea. The design of the home, informed by the context of the site!

Moving inside the two styles are very much combined with classical details contrasting with modern furnishings. The sash windows at the front of the house provide elegant seating while the large windows at the back frame the view to the sea. An open planned living style is implored throughout the ground floor with sight lines between rooms creating flow between spaces – the idea of viewing one room through a frame created by the entrance of another.

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