Everyone has different opinions on whether a modern style is beautiful or not, but one with fewest mistakes should be classic black and white phrase.
A single black-and-white word combination usually looks monotonous, and some changes to spatial arrangement need to be made to make it look flexible and unusual.
Today we present an example of a simple European-style garden villa to see how attractive this house is~
by Luis Gomez-Siou Design Studio
Large floor-to-ceiling windows open onto outside courtyard. This is a courtyard with one door and you can enter painting by opening window.
The open lawn is closely connected to terrace for relaxation, where you can barbecue, have a banquet or chat with friends.
The black and white interior design with wood veneer creates a fashionable and natural feel in space.
The sloping roof increases vertical richness of space, making entire interior layout instantly dynamic.
The ceiling of dining and kitchen area has a separate lighting scheme, which increases natural light and transparency.
Black and white overlap each other on each plane, and full layers enhance material's breath.
Compared to fully open floor plan on ground floor, design of space on top floor places more emphasis on privacy.
The internal configuration is still extremely streamlined without any redundancy.
The bathroom area is designed to be divided into dry and wet parts, and at end there is a terrace for enjoying the view.
On second floor, you can easily take a bath while admiring the scenery.