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.
under the furniture makes the space even more futuristic and despite its ultra-modern design wooden surfaces create a warm and inviting ambiance. Large glass walls constantly connect you with the outdoors while the giant bookcase in the living room shines through as the only colorful addition in the entire home.
With large sliding doors blurring the line between the interior and the beautiful backyard the homeowners could well be tempted to spend more time outside! On the inside an open floor plan houses a spacious living room a lovely dining area with a minimal white table and a posh kitchen in grey.
The entry leads to four luxurious bedrooms along with baths that have been placed on the lower level so that the living spaces can occupy the top floor. A smart staircase leads to the top level that houses the kitchen the dining space and the living room.
With an interior that is largely clad in white and warm wooden accents this renovated house boasts an overall aura that is sophisticated and inviting. Features like geothermal heating double air flow ventilation and a roof that can hold solar panels make this revitalized French home a dream for those who love sustainable living!
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.
It also sets the tone for the rest of the interior which embraces revamped insulation making the house far more energy-efficient. The extensive use of glass also ushers in ample natural ventilation enlivening the other rooms of the house as well.