Villa in France 🏡 So, we’ve all heard a hundred times that in property – location is everything. Why? Because even if the existing house totally fails at making the most of its location, you can still buy the place, bring in some jackhammers – then build a home worthy of its setting. Like they did in this week’s featured home.
The original, breezy, Hamptons’ architecture is designed for an expansive feeling of sitting IN the scenery – and that’s just what Frikkie and Anna have achieved.
Architect Frikkie Rautenbach and interior designer Anna Smit agreed with their client on a blend of the open, light, Hamptons look of America’s East Coast and the French, country-house style which influenced it.
By removing the old staircase and eighty percent of the first floor slab the space now welcomes sun light into an entertainment and family area. Hamptons’ architecture is designed for an expansive feeling of sitting in the scenery – and that’s just what Frikkie and Anna have achieved.