The rocky waterfronts of Switzerland’s most illustrious lakes would make a fine foundation for a luxurious, secluded home. As such, the case for Iranian designer Mohtashami Reza’s “Face To The Sea” — an artistic dwelling that blurs the boundary between naturalistic construction, and man-made design — is certainly a strong one.
From the very first glance, the “Face To The Sea” Home establishes itself as a visually-enticing endeavor, providing a stark contrast to the coastline of Sweden’s awe-inspiring waterway. As a dwelling made entirely of stone and concrete, the elongated space reaches and extends, coming to an abrupt halt just above the place where both land and water meet. A panoramic glass enclosure provides mesmerizing views of the surrounding area, while a contemporary living area, kitchen, and steps serve to define the space’s immaculate interior. Above the dining area, a lofted sleeping area comes accented by a stone-imbued entertainment center and attention-grabbing kayak, providing the perfect area to relax and unwind after an evening on the water.