The simple building has been intelligently impressive in its practical approach used for designing. As seen in most of the Scandinavian interiors the inside of this particular house comes with the same combination of black and white nuances.
With four levels of total luxury bonded together by fabulous Tasmanian Oak and glass staircase the house features the perfect blend of light and space. The first level features a family room a king-sized bedroom and a double garage with dual entry access. The second level has features open-plan living and dining areas with high gloss porcelain tiled floors. On this level is the outdoor private lagoon style pool for outdoor entertainment.
The building has been imparted a rare elegance and modern outlook with the a360 degree glazing provided. In order to make life trouble free and easy the designers have made sure that all vital functions of the house are controlled by a central touch panel. So that makes the Fincube a smarter home too. What do you guys think?
Open-cell foam insulation concrete floors natural ventilation and recycled materials are other features of this residence. But no matter how much we write about this Stinson residence words won’t suffice to explain its real beauty. We’ll let the pictures talk.
The interiors are reached via a small entrance adorned with a fully glazed two story wall overlooking the back garden. Here a flight of stairs leads to the first floor – where copper-clad storage space on one side of the long corridor ensures an uncluttered residential space.