The transformed kitchen is now an important part of the house, directly connected to the garden life which links between the indoor and the outdoor space. A luscious pergola hovers above timber decking to extend a rustic chic cosiness. Interior design by (ma!ca) architecture. Photography by Julien Kerdraon.
Driving Up the Wall
Maintaining plants indoors can be a challenging affair for those without green fingers. Opt for nature inspired fittings instead. Here, a wall installation of foliage frippery reflects the nature outside on its graphic pattern. Interior design by (ma!ca) architecture. Photography by Julien Kerdraon.
Gardens from Within
Elegant and resilient, bamboos make great indoor plants. A double-height glazed atrium filled with bamboo trees at the entrance brings natural daylight into the lower level entertainment and recreation rooms. Interior design by Trevor McIvor Architect Inc. Photography by Adrian Ozimek.
Between those breathtaking vistas, One Oak 5A2 is a vibrant and colorful space that oozes with life. A balcony overlooking Beirut’s skyline is fitted with a wall of verdant foliage to offer a cooling respite amidst the heat outside. Interior design by Askdeco. Photography by Alex Jeffries.
Planters are great ways to organise indoor plants. Within a balcony, place a series of white planters at the windows edge for a neat spot of nature. Interior design by Audax. Photography by Erik Rotter.
Capture a remarkable landscape with windows – huge ones. The intermediate level is the true heart of this house with its windowed walls opening up to the surrounding forest. The living dining area expands outdoors with a terrace built on the roof of the guests’ suite. Interior design by yh2 Architecture. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.