Inspired by Byron’s rugged coastline and informed by its laid-back pace of life, Samudra House is a place for gathering.
Designed as part of the Vela Properties project by The Designory – the Samudra villa is an exemplar of experience-led design that cultivates human connection.
The exterior of the home follows a beachy Australian palette met with hints of the Mediterranean. Textured white rendered walls with oversized bespoke timber windows designed to frame the amber sunsets and fill the home with meandering light.
With 4 expansive bedrooms, an entertainer’s kitchen, and multiple living zones both inside and out, the Samudra villa caters to extended friends and families – young and old.
A large outdoor swimming pool takes its inspiration from the pool-dotted hills of Santorini, while the bathrooms exude a spa-like elegance – no amount of luxury is spared.
In the living space, polished concrete floors extend an invitation to soggy towels and sandy feet, while accents of terracotta evoke a sense of the exotic.
Anchoring the living room – a large designer gas fireplace sits within a micro cement wall. Completely frameless, the MODE KS1460 boasts a seductive flame display and entices long nights wasting away the hours as if they were in surplus. A true holiday experience.
The KS1460 showcases MODE’s new slow, seductive “lazy flame”. Mimicking a natural flame as well as setting the pace for complete relaxation.
Conscious curation of local artworks gives the villa a familiar persona and every last detail of the home is executed with intention.
Located in the ‘golden grid ‘of Byron Bay – a stone’s throw from local cafes and a leisurely stroll to the beach - Samudra, along with its sister properties Sikata and Lavanda are available to rent via AirBnB.
Discover the impact of the MODE KS1460, as featured in Samudra House, here.