Considering architecture and interiors as one, Villa Carlo is a holistic, contemporary interpretation of the Californian bungalow – embodying my signature considered simplicity; drawing focus to artisanal craft and our clients’ coveted collection of art.
Being a semi-detached dwelling, I sought to create a dialogue with its neighbouring counterpart; a white rendered brick home that was once more akin to a traditional bungalow. In response, I crafted a narrative around the authenticity of materials, distilling the composition of the home into a series of elemental forms that adopt the horizontal language of the bungalow typology.
Key touchpoints create a considered spatial journey, starting from the custom brass pull to the entry door. A splice in the building envelope introduces a sliver of light where ascending meets descending; a refined and poetic gesture inviting a spirited interplay of shadow and light throughout the day.
Villa Carlo is holistically designed with architectural and interior details forming a consistent and harmonious dialogue - the macro is in the micro. As patrons of the arts, the creative interest of our clients is reflected in the spirit of the house, which confidently interweaves art, living spaces, light and nature; an enduring and poetic outcome.
Architecture and Interior Design by Daniel Boddam Studio Photographed by Pablo Veiga Built by 3-Corp Landscaping by Michael Bates Landscapes Interior Decoration by Cameron Kimber Design