|The ethos of this design is to draw inspiration from natural surroundings and to install environmentally conscious systems into the home. Local suppliers were used to save on transport pollution and to show support for the neighbouring communities.
The passion that most people have for the countryside is evident in most Cornish homes.
Most have rooms with large windows. This has been created as a clever design to allow the inhabitants to drink in the scenery that surrounds the property and this means natural light can flood in to the building. To save energy under floor heating had been installed and powered by geothermal energy.
Solar panels are used to heat the property's water. Interiors of this house were to emphasise on comfort as well as creating lots of space to host big family and friend's parties. This house has 6 spacious bedrooms most with luxury en suites with high-tech media systems that are installed throughout the house.
||The kitchen diner has been placed on the top floor, with a luxurious seating area beyond, furnished with luscious cream leather sofas. The matt lava–grey cabinetry and Concrete Island are solid and sculptural, so this helps to echo the surrounding landscape. The units have been built to an almost industrial standard, this helps to make them withstand high traffic within the kitchen.
This kitchens spacious area makes it a great area for having dinner parties. The kitchen holds a large walk-in fridge and two dishwashers, plus a good sized range for cooking those difficult meals.
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25 Beautiful Homes Magazine, June 2012 Issue.