Watching The Most Incredible Pacific Ocean Views From The Bronte House

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In Sydney, Australia, Rolf Ockert Design has completed the Bronte House in 2012. While providing incredible views to the Pacific Ocean and offering a lot of space for the dwellers, the attention for details or for creating a comfortable and stylish place to live is no lack. The exterior fa├žade is just lovely, especially with all the transparency meant to surprise the lovely spectacle of the ocean while almost melting into the infinity pool from the back of the house.

An easy connection between the interior and exterior areas was a must, mixing the two spaces into a continuous harmony. Cozy seating with lots of soft pillows invite to indoor relaxation, while watching the waves crushing, as the glass walls do not miss one thing of that. To the modernly interior design, a fine fireplace surrounded by rocks is added, being another example of elegance.



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