Brandon Architects incorporated elements of the Tropics in its beach-inspired home. The 604 Acacia House is located in paradisaical Newport Beach, California and it's surrounded by natural elements.
As if hidden away in a tropical rainforest, the house has beautiful plants growing all around it. Although the roof is outlined by plants, the house still looks modern, especially from the interior because of the wood, glass and steel furnishings.
The interiors have impressive features including a large wine shelf in the kitchen and a bar-like counter, a fully furnished home gym, a wall dedicated to shoe storage, an in-home centerpiece that operates as a fireplace and an immaculate loft with glass barriers.
The beach-inspired 604 Acacia House is truly an original work of architecture and design that incorporates a plethora of materials and colors in a way that looks harmonious and easy on the eyes.
Brandon Architects Designed a Home Inspired by the Tropics
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2. Luxury Home Features - Incorporating impressive features such as fully furnished home gyms, shoe storage walls, and unique fireplaces is a disruptive innovation opportunity for the home accessories and furnishings industry.
3. Natural Elements in Urban Homes - Incorporating natural elements such as plants and green spaces in urban homes is a disruptive innovation opportunity for real estate, architecture and landscaping industries.
1. Architecture - Architects can innovate by incorporating natural elements and tropical plants as inspiration to create unique homes.
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3. Landscaping - Landscaping businesses can innovate by incorporating tropical plants and natural elements in urban homes and public spaces.