The roof and floor decks appear to be hung from the central concrete core terminating in large cantilevers that provide shade and open-air shelter to the ground floor. With all its lighting and state-of-the-art architecture the Lighthouse 65 is a visual treat.
The building is designed to get maximum exposure to sunlight and passive ventilation. The site allows a fantastic view to wildfowl habitat and materials including glasses are so selected to give an elegant look to this contemporary design.
A French balcony overlooking the courtyard can accommodate the inhabitants for breakfast or a late afternoon tea so you can see why this particular top floor apartment is today’s dream home.
The corners of rectangular layout are shaved off to impart a circular outlook to the platform. A small roof-space over the kitchen serves as an attic and adds to the style of the house.
It keeps its charm with the help of some details like the marble also seen in old churches and villas in Italy where the building materials look amazing even after centuries of usage.