Its location on a sloped terrain in Wellington New Zealand makes the chosen design lines stand out even more. Having been lived in by the Government Architect John Campbell in the early 1900’s the house was revamped todisplay a contemporary style and offer the inhabitants a perfect place to call home.
The house looks like a floating building due to its construction on an uneven surface. The floor is suspended over the mainland with out a pillar to support. Architect Guilherme Torres says that he has done it so because the space underneath it can be used for garden pool and living room.
Now this is a three-storey building with four bedrooms two bathrooms and a solar-heated salt- water pool. The wall of this wonderful building is made mostly of glass and steel which gives an unobstructed vision to the thick lawn and the river close by.
The lower level offers 100 percent entertainment. Decorative stone exposed concrete and white masonry are the main attractions. To maintain privacy without compromising vision wooden louvers are given.
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