The Orizon Residence located in Playa Grande, Costa Rica is a wonderful example of sustainable design meeting modern architecture to ensure that natural canopy is preserved and integrated into the design of a contemporary home.
The view outside and natural surroundings are increasingly becoming a part of modern houses and whether it is a view of the rugged coastline or the beautiful beach, or a refreshing sight of the gorgeous green and tropical delights, most modern home owners are now opting for structures that keep them visually connected with the world outside.
Designed by Andrés Serpa this alluring tropical home is incorporates all these features and a whole lot more as it aims at sustainability by employing local material for the construction of the structure and uses a perfect balance of wood and concrete to create appealing interiors. The tranquil pool and the beautiful courtyard are always in view thanks to the elegant use of floor to ceiling glass windows at the lower level of the home.
The top level seems to offer a bit more privacy thanks to the use of blinds in a smart fashion and with open patio areas, sleek furniture that seems to try and bring a holiday retreat-styled atmosphere and ambient lighting; this is a home that matches the elegance of its lush surroundings. Modern lavishness merged effortlessly with a soothing atmosphere ensures that all your woes after a hard day’s work simply melt away at this striking home.