This modern residence in Kona, Hawaii designed by Belzberg Architects is situated on a site with views of volcanic mountain ranges to the east and the ocean to the west. Solar panels and rain water collection system help maintain the environmental sensitivity of the house. The different living areas with its own features and views are assigned as a series of pods distributed throughout the property.
Archives for October 2011
The chic interior design by Robert and Cortney Novogratz of Sixx Design offers modern elegance with a vintage touch. Located at 400 West Street in New York’s West Village, the contemporary home overlooks the Hudson River with views of the Empire State Building and city skyline. This stylish yet functional family home with over 7,000 square feet of living space even has an indoor basketball court.
The Island of Santorini in Greece has long been an idyllic escape in the Mediterranean. Mystique, a Luxury Collection Hotel, is built on dramatic cliffs with stunning views of the Aegean Sea. The interior decor of the resort is modern and casual. The furnishings explore the use of driftwood, a free spirited material that creates an atmosphere of rustic elegance.
Situated on top of Siglap Hill in Singapore with magnificent city view, this unique house resembles a yacht. Designed by Aamer Architects, the bedrooms on the ground level are connected to the swimming pool. The living and dinning areas on the second level are connected with the outdoor verandahs. The house has a lovely resort style feel with elegant simplicity.
This elegant hidden door bookshelf was designed by Peter Pennoyer Architects for a house in Maine. The secret bookcase door completely blends in with the wall panels.
This spiral staircase slide is really creative and fun. There is no need to slide down the handrail anymore. This is for real!
This very chic penthouse in London, England is hip, young, and surprisingly family friendly. The sense of fun is evident throughout this glass and steel penthouse apartment overlooking the River Thames.