Cantilevered 12 feet back from the edge of the bluff the outdoor sitting areas and the patio give you the impression of hanging precariously above the Pacific Ocean. The main living area is housed at the front of the home with a smart kitchen and dining space becoming a part of the open floor plan.
Wood is the dominant component of the design inside and with mirrored finishes sharp edges and geometric walls the house seems like it was transported back in time from the future. Walls separating rooms are largely done away with on the inside and individual spaces are demarcated by a change in the height of the floor ceiling and decor!
One of the first things you notice about the penthouse is the presence of a remarkable South East Asian art collection that steals the show at every turn. While the style of the interior remains in line with the typical New York high-rise the extensive use of glass ensures that each space flows into the next.
The cabin provides perfect inspiration for anyone trying to bring home the woodsy cabin style with its large living area centered around the stone fireplace a modern kitchen with closed wooden cabinets and a snug bedroom that keeps things simple and elegant. Spread across two different levels the picture-perfect exterior of the house adds to the scenic setting. With twin guest rooms and separate bedrooms for kids there is ample space here for friends and family!
Designing a home that blends two different styles is a challenge that requires both skill and a hint of imagination. But get it right and the result can set your home apart from the rest. Nestled in the busy neighborhood of in Israel this fabulous private residence brings together traditional Middle Eastern form with modern design elements in an effortless manner.
Even though it is hard to look beyond the view outside the real showstopper here is the silhouette of the structure that draws its inspiration from the banana slug which is a native of the region! The thin and elongated volume of the house bends and conforms to the undulated natural contours of the site.
The amazing tells you that the world of architecture holds within it an array of endless possibilities and that simple squares and rectangles are not the only options for your house. Daring and unconventional in every sense of the word this bold house was designed by Daniel Libeskind and it showcases how a sense of imagination can instantly transform the mundane into something exciting! The angular and geometric exterior of the home stands out thanks to the wide open areas and the natural setting outside.