The master bathroom has an easy to maintain marble floor that is unified with a specious shower. A luxurious tub is included for relaxing baths. Colors were carefully selected to create a warm and inviting atmosphere – blue and orange details set against a white background define the living and kitchen while the private rooms were dressed in natural colors.
The interior too exhibits exuberant use of glass and steel. Stairs are curvy and resembles the coiled structure of the DNA. Stairs are placed centrally to the house and this adds to the symmetry of the curved cliff house. Brilliant lighting beautiful furnishing and serene environment all contribute very well to the superb feel inside.
An exuberant construction which bagged the Northwest Design Awards in 2006 the house is located in a water-bound terrain and offers a cool stay round up the year. Glass elevator and roof-top lawn are the most distinctive features. From the sod roof you get a beautiful view at the spectacular landscape in which the house is situated. There is a bridge originating from the outdoor living area in the ground floor to connect both levels.
The accessories and showpieces including the flower vases wall hangings and lamp shades enhance the element of attraction. The furniture including the coffee tables cots and sofas are mostly low modular while the open kitchen with wooden furnishing is the icing on the cake. Yet another attraction is the kids’ bedroom. The slanting roofs just stand out of the rest thus keeping alive the characteristic feature and appearance of the attic.
An amazing courtyard like open roofed room has been constructed in the middle of the first floor. It is filled with white pebbles in the centre with polished wooden edges running as pathways on its three sides. A pool is there on one side of the building outside.