Lights can make your home warmer, that is one advice of designer. Nico
Van der Meulen’s designs an awesome and luxurious house that provides
informal lifestyle on a grand scale for his client. This house include
includes a small formal lounge with intimate conversational space, an
open-plan family room, dining space for 20, and smaller breakfast room.
Also part of this space are a kitchen with pantry; walk-in coolers; a
lanai, bar, and indoor/outdoor pool; and a gym, billiards room, and home
cinema. Smaller kids are taken care of with a splash pool, plus a
playroom next to the kitchen, and finishing off this “grand scale” is
parking space for 14 cars plus a staff cottage. From a water feature at
its core, the house spreads out in a horseshoe, with frameless glass
folding doors from dining room to atrium, family room, lanai, and gym.
One outstanding point is that all of spaces in this house are lightening
by much many lights in many form, many color- that make this house much
warmer and more luxurious.
More than that, with six suites, staff cottage, and indoor/outdoor
living as a constant, climate control is no problem. The staircase sits
over a solar-heated pond that, together with the indoor pool and heat
storage tanks, helps keep the interior of the home at a constant
temperature all winter.Suites have privacy and seclusion without feeling
“cut off” from the remainder of the home, and access between spaces is
effortless. It’s safe to say that in this gleaming Glass House, the
clients ticked off every item on their wish list for a home to dream of,
thanks to Nico van der Meulen.