Portfolio of the ultra modern Jesolo Lido Pool Villa, a custom designed home by JM Architecture.
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The Jesolo Lido Pool Villa is a custom designed prefabricated wood structure, built and furnished in only 6 months by JM Architecture. Incorporating high-end energy saving standards, the structure guarantees maximum comfort and nearly zero costs throughout the four seasons.
Flexible structure and anti-seismic systems avoid thermal bridges, while gas insulated glass facades, photovoltaic panels, and specialized light fixtures conspire to make a technologically progressive building. Constructed with the aim of keeping as much open space as possible, the living area’s transparent sides open toward two patios. The large one on the West features a lengthy swimming pool and two square gardens next to a staircase leading to the underground level. The Eastern patio features matching gardens and minimalist concrete throughout.
The 4-meter overhang to the West provides shade during the hot summer months and allows for covered outdoor seating and dining areas. Interiors are designed with typical JMA solutions, like audio/video walls, custom designed solid-surface kitchen, and motorized roller shades which disappear into the dropped ceiling for maximum continuity of indoor-outdoor areas. The radiant floor heating system is powered by energy from the photovoltaic panels, and the air-conditioning system is fully integrated in the ceiling with linear diffusers and hidden intakes.
As always for JMA, the pursuit of simplicity and linear solutions represented a large part of the design work.
Close view of all-glass front entrance, walkway featuring olive tree.
Opposite view of same main room, with front entrance visible through dual glass facades.
Straight-on view of home from poolside, highlighting precise right angles and lengthy pool.
Here’s the opposite view of the pool area, with floor to ceiling windows extending the length of the home.
Daytime view of the back entrance, highlighting the glass-flat pool and open-box entryway.
Floor to ceiling windows with sun-blocking slats reflected in pool.
View from inside across the pool to outdoor seating area and olive tree garden.
Another close detail of front entrance with dual all-glass facades, view straight through home.
Kitchen and dining area stretching into living room. Decorative blue sculptures add a splash of color to all-white interior.
Alternate view of kitchen area featuring minimalist cupboards, island, and hidden recessed lighting.
Kitchen area features hidden lighting around cupboards, all-white minimal surfaces, and bar-style seating at island.
Unique curved dining table set between kitchen area and front living room. All-glass walls allow prominent outdoor view.
View over kitchen island toward front living room, highlighting small recessed light sources down length of entire area.
Front living room with light tan flooring and leather chair, all-white walls, built in bookshelf, and black strip camouflaging television.
Side angle of living room with view to pool and patio area, white extra-long couch and ottoman, and dining area on the side.
Close up shot of the living room, highlighting black camouflage strip and bookshelf with hidden lighting.
Compact, modern bathroom with drop-ceiling concealing lighting and floor to ceiling privacy window.
Living room with privacy curtains drawn, creating a closed-wall effect.
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