Smart renovations not only maximize resources and cash they often result in some amazing homes that seem to showcase a style of their own. This fabulous house in the of Israel was originally built in the ’80s. When its latest owners bought the house the initial idea was to build an entirely new residence in its place.
This concrete block provides the home with a stable base and anchors it both structurally and visually. The top levels feature a 3-story glass tower that houses the living areas and the private quarters. A spacious living room dining area and a cool kitchen that is draped in marble and wood are located on the top level and are seamlessly connected with the beautiful terrace.
This three-bedroom house designed with dramatic flair by Fougeron Architecture taps into the wonderful natural surroundings the landscape and of course the mighty Pacific to offer you a visual spectacle that you will never forget!
The living room is comprised for 18 planes 36 points and 54 lines giving the home its unique name. Nestled on a tranquil 54-acre lot in the house is a work of art where the interior complements the mesmerizing silhouette of the structure.
Doing away with unnecessary walls architects used an open floor plan to ensure that there was no visual fragmentation of space. A stylish living area with a custom-crafted couch that also doubles as an additional bed welcomes you with modern style.
We often hear about the elements shaping the landscape over several thousands of years. But this spectacular modern home located at an elevation of 7000 feet above sea level and in the snow-clad peaks of Boulder Colorado has also been shaped by earth wind and fire!
Japan often creates some of the most original ingenious and at times quirky homes on the planet that charm you with their innate simplicity and inventive form. The captivating in Mie Japan fits this billing perfectly as its unique silhouette draws your attention instantly while combining brilliant aesthetics with perfect functionality.