Every room featured an accent of colour which reflected either the water views, the landscape or the local flora and fauna.
An important aspect of the design was the concept of blending the indoor living spaces to expand and blend with the outdoor spaces. We achieved this in part by introducing floral arrangements and large indoor trees inside the house, that reflected and were inspired by flowers and plants found in the surrounding exterior landscape. The artwork (by local artists) featured native landscapes and flora which again reinforced the design concept.
The exterior areas and landscaping were also carefully designed to blend seamlessly with the interior spaces of the home. There are large courtyards and gardens that lead off the 3 self-contained pods and we used a similar colour palette for the outdoor furniture to blend with the indoor design, which has worked very successfully.
Resortium’s Interior Designer George Plastiras, worked with us and our architect and chose all the hard finishes to create a resort style home in line with our brief. The residence is comprised of 2 living rooms, 2 dining rooms, a master bedroom & a guest bedroom both with en-suite bathrooms. In addition there are 3 self-contained bedrooms /pods, all with their own en-suites bathrooms, kitchenettes & private courtyards. Furthermore there are outdoor lounging, dining, sitting & pool-side areas.
The project took 2 years to complete as there were delays with the building works but Resortium worked with us throughout the entire process to ensure a smooth outcome. Their performance throughout was very professional, efficient and friendly and their attention to detail was excellent.
We highly and unreservedly recommend this firm for their inventive design abilities and high level of professionalism.”