Location, location, location – that saying certainly rings true when it comes to property, and today’s little discovery once again proves that.
The project? The creation of a traditional Arts and Crafts-style home for clients who, after living in modern houses for several years, decided to build much more character into their new home. Thus, enter the professionals over at Des Ewing Residential Architects and task them to create something traditional, yet at the same time take advantage of some more modern and simple lines.
Work in progress
As we can see, it’s all systems go for the conjuring of this stunning new family home. And even though it’s not complete yet, it doesn’t take a clairvoyant to see the traditional look of the house-to-be.
As many natural materials were used as possible, including cobbles, handmade roof tiles, lime render, and timber flooring.
Shifting our perspective ever so slightly allows us a fantastic look at that even more fantastic view. How strikingly do the greens and blues of Mother Nature complement the neutral and earthy tones of the traditional house?
The vision: Front façade
We might not be psychic, but we have extremely professional contacts, and they’ve provided us with a futuristic vision of what the finished house will look like – thus, feast your eyes on this 3D rendering!
Don’t you think it looks like a house straight out of a fairytale? As we can see (and heard from the designers in charge), this house majors more on taste and style than glamour. As you walk around it, each corner will provide you with an interesting and surprising perspective.
The vision: Rear façade
The rear of the house is equally enticing, providing both a royal and lush look thanks to the expertly-made house and the dream-like garden surrounding it.
Let’s have a look at some more images, shall we?
This discovery reminds us of another little gem we recently encountered: England’s smallest castle.
Don’t forget to check out our Houzz Website, which won the “Best Of Houzz DESIGN” award 2015!! We are over the moon with this achievement, and can’t thank you guys enough for liking, viewing and commenting on our work. We would also like to say a massive thank you to HOUZZ themselves, without them we wouldn’t be able to share our luxury property designs with the world! Can’t wait to share more with you.
Lots more work to be done!
Check it out – DES EWING HOUZZ
One of our largest, luxurious, Award Winning and most elegant Dwellings has been featured in the Spring Issue of “Selfbuild & Improve Your Home” Magazine.
This idyllic property has breath taking sea views; The finest finishes; Slick architectural designs through out and to top it all off it is located just around the corner from Holywoods High street so a coffee and a famous Bay Tree Cinnamon Scone is never too far away. Finally it is just a 10 minute journey from Busy Belfast. A multiple Award Winning property that really does have the best of both worlds.
A Dream Home for anyone and we are so thrilled to have been a part of it. Get your copy today and read all about the concept behind the architecture, and how we we made this family home dream a reality.
Now that we are back into the swing of things and our Christmas bellies are far behind us, we can announce that we have a new and exciting project. This time over the water on the great Scottish soil.
It is a restoration and renovation of an existing country farm house. All it needs is some TLC and it will be right back to looking its best in no time!
New mini “Des Ewing” Brochure, in production ready for our flying visit to London next week!
If you haven’t already Download “The Des Ewing Book” HERE. And Browse at your leisure.
It’s a New Year, and we have a new and improved Houzz Website.
Check out our new and improved “Des Ewing Residential Architects” Website within the Houzz network. It’s clearer, slicker and has all the information and images you need just in case you are thinking of starting a fresh start in that Dream Home you always wanted.
Click HERE or on the image below, and browes at your leasure. This new website is now easy to view via your tablet or smart phone, making it accessible even on the go.