Built on one of the most idyllic locations in Imerovigli Santorini, Greece, Native Eco Villa is the ideal place to enjoy the splendor of the caldera in the most eco friendly way to the island of Santorini.
The Native Eco Villa is the first house that acquired the title “Green Key” on the island of Santorini for the ecological way that has been built. In an environment so unique and yet so sensitive as the only habitable caldera in the world, the Native Eco Villa built with absolute respect to the particular characteristics of the natural environment.
The volcano, the serene sea and the breathtaking caldera, with custom made furniture made especially for Native Eco Villa in Continue reading
In a traditional living room, classically designed furniture and warm colours come together to create an inviting space for entertaining. Class it up with inspirational ideas for formal classic living rooms! Here are some ideas for bringing dramatic style to the space. Continue reading
Choosing expertly crafted furnishings designed to withstand both rain and shine is key to creating an outdoor space that’s stylish, comfortable and enduring. One of our favorite things about hardwood outdoor furniture is the warm, rustic patina that it develops over time. Continue reading
A 200+ year old traditional Cycladic house was restored by Ioannis Exarchou with all respect to the vernacular architectural philosophy of the Cyclades, Greece. Simple and earthly, it oozes calmness. Nothing in the house is redundant; everything serves a purpose. To relax and enjoy a well designed environment at its full.
The 120m2 house is at ground level and has two small but cozy yards, one in front and one at the rear. There are two bedrooms, the second of which is at a wooden loft 2 metres high, one small gas kitchen and a very interesting arrangement for the toilet-shower-washbasin daily needs. Last but not least is the living room which is very impressive with a 4+ m. high ceiling, as is the case in most of Continue reading
A breathtaking home in Paarl offers its progressive owners a sense of ‘barefoot luxury’…
The initial architectural footprint of the house was designed by Gauteng-based architect Gardiol Bergenthuin and when the time came to focus on the living space inside, interiors architects Mark Rielly and Jon Case of Antoni Associates (the interior design and decor division of Cape Town architectural firm SAOTA) was brought in, along with the firm’s interior designer, Ashleigh Gilmour. As ideas for the look of the house developed, so did the attention paid to its feel, but throughout the process, Regardt and Marili remained unaware Continue reading