A glass lift connects the building vertically, and an external service stair connects the levels externally
The main bedroom and two children’s ensuite bedrooms are on the sixth floor of the home, offering 180-degree views of the ocean.
Textured stone cladding adorns the internal and external walls contrasting the roughness of the off-shutter concrete soffit in the living room, dining room and kitchen.
The finishes are rich and varied in numerous areas in the house, including timber cladding, and richly coloured mosaic finishes.
The interiors are not over designed, but effortlessly casual and sleek.
Each furniture piece was carefully considered to create a successful fusion of 20th Century iconic design pieces with understated customised items by ARRCC.
The owner’s eclectic art collection plays an integral part in the interior and adds a dynamic background to the contemporary architecture.
A neutral colour palette which includes walnut timber, charcoal linen and earth tones is juxtaposed with textural elements such as vintage leathers and soft woven carpets.
“Our brief was to create a comfortable family home, uncluttered and functional, yet at the same time act as a foil to the dramatic architectural envelope,” says Mark Rielly.