This absolutely stunning modern farmhouse style property was the creative imagination of NewYork-based Meyer Davis Studio, located in Nashville, Tennessee. The home was designed on the premise of being a modern interpretation of a hunting lodge. The residence was constructed as an expansive glass box designed to maximize the surrounding views. A seamless connection between indoors and out was created through panels of sliding glass walls.
The exterior structure features sleek, modern geometric lines with massive walls of glass, creating one spectacular piece of architecture. The home is quite livable, offering free flowing spaces from indoors to out. On the inside, exquisite materials and elegant furnishings makes this home very unique. The design of this home also creates a panoramic landscape from the interior, serving as the perfect backdrop for the homeowners’ art collection.
What makes the property extraordinary is the way the architects framed the views from all angles, mesmerizing the observer. From the moment of entry you will be impressed by the dramatic double volume great room and spacious interiors that flow effortlessly. With glass framing views in every room, the homeowners feel like they are always a part of nature. With verdant greenery and mature growth trees surrounding the perimeter, there is plenty of privacy for this glass-walled residence.
What We Love: This spectacular modern farmhouse style pad showcases stunning living space both indoors and out. The great room with its soaring double volume ceiling and floor-to-ceiling glass is magnificent. A serene color palette helps to not detract from the captivating scenery that surrounds the property. Cozy, comfortable furnishings and layers of textures helps to add warmth to this otherwise modern farmhouse.
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Above: A luxurious glass-walled bathroom features a soaking tub that is very private, offering wrap around views of the surrounding countryside.
Above: White walls provides a backdrop for an art‐filled glass corridor that appears as an exterior room.
Photos: Rachel Paul
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