Sculptural additions on the wall and striking rugs also make their presence felt in both the living area and the dining room. It is ‘Dancing Partners’ on the wall by Robert Longo that holds your attention in the dining room that is effortlessly connected with the outdoor living area.
Connecting with nature is definitely the theme at this picturesque getaway nestled in the lovely town of Wyoming. Designed by Hoyt – CTA Architects to reflect the rustic lifestyle of the region and the spectacular landscape that surrounds the lot it is the outdoors that quickly ends up becoming the showstopper at this awesome holiday home.
But the resident of a landscape architect and physics professor wanted a contemporary home where the connectivity with the outdoors was an essential component and this led to the unique design of this Vancouver home that thrives on unassuming style and simplicity! Designed by Measured Architecture this modern-minimal hub is defined by clean straight lines and a neutral color scheme.
An Alpine valley with two large ski resorts that is renowned across the planet and home to mesmerizing wilderness that will transport you into the lap of nature needs little introduction to ski enthusiasts across the globe. Nestled in this pristine landscape is the fabulous designed by Lohss Construction.
The Y-shaped structure of the home moves away from the conventional beach house design where the focus in every room is about the view outside. With its daring use of glass inventive form and mesmerizing appeal Mölle by the Sea is designed to wow onlookers at every level.
Apart from a large sitting area and multiple outdoor relaxation zones one also finds a state-of-the-art kitchen and spacious dining area inside this sparkling space. Sliding glass doors beautiful LED lighting and plush décor complete this inviting and expansive addition to the classy Brazilian home.
But the in Victoria designed by Schulberg Demkiw Architects finds that lovely balance between both elements perfectly as light wells and small garden features are used cleverly to usher in ample light even as a perforated timber screen keeps away prying eyes.