A cold-blooded minimalist sophistication was incorporated, which gave the appearance a deceptively "simplistic" look. Interior columns with extensive glazing enhance the optical illusion that keeps the viewer guessing how the walls and slabs are supported. The massive overhangs not only allow for wide open balconies, but also show up as one continuous surface.".
The duo of wrap and fold is systemic and evident in all aspects of interior design. The finishes of the room elements change seamlessly and are done in the same vein, from the stainless polished steel that flawlessly wraps around the columns, the painted glass in the kitchen flowing over the tables and cabinets, to the glazing that hangs seamlessly around the staircase. These magical manipulations of materials form the perfect transition to the terrace.
Dynamic diagonal edges visually sway the area, such as in the kitchen, where cabinets radiate curved lines that carry the eye back to the ocean, and the master bath overlooks its own garden and outdoor patio.
A play of hardness and softness, matte and gloss, shadow and light permeates the entire space inside this three-story house.
Dan Brunn's beach house.