This award winning estate in Rancho Mirage, California is elevated above the desert floor to capture the breathtaking views of the San Jacinto Mountains. AndersLasterArchitects were responsible for the extensive remodelling of the home which transformed it into a sustainable, modern desert oasis. Interior designer Christopher Kennedy created a modern and crisp environment using simple yet colourful interior decor.
This 1920s duplex in Toronto, Canada was converted from a group of small, dark rooms into a graphic designer’s residential loft. The renovation retained the charm of the building’s historic exterior, while transforming its interior for contemporary living. The owner’s Asian heritage is reflected in the interior’s warm red woods, white walls and crisp geometric lines, providing a clear backdrop for the owner to showcase his collection of Asian art and artefacts and classic modern furniture.
This unique home in Sweden is situated on its own peninsula with breathtaking waterfront views. The swimming pool area is under a retractable glass dome. There is also a helicopter pad on the property.
Custom-built on a sought-after street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, this modern residence is a blend of traditional exterior and contemporary interiors. This unique home has been meticulously crafted with the finest materials. It offers everything you would look for in a luxury home from gourmet kitchen to wine cellar.
The innovative design of this house in Villa Devoto, Argentina generates its own views from inside the house. The challenge for architects Andres Remy Arquitectos was to create a private and peaceful home within the urban space. The glass swimming pool provides a fun experience for the family as well as natural outdoor views from the inside.
This award-winning home set on an acre of gardens near Queenstown, New Zealand has awe-inspiring views overlooking Lake Hayes. Designed by architect Richard Priest, the modern home has a large open plan living and dining area with high ceilings. The floor-to-ceiling windows and doors open on to the beautiful grounds with large pond, planting and tranquil waterfall.
This expressive modern home in Zurich, Switzerland sits on a lot at angle. To maximize the use of lot space, architect Philippe Stuebi designed the house with an open corn library that occupies two floors.
This glass-and-steel house located at the base of the Beskydy Mountains in Ostrava, Czech Republic is built in the shape of a bird. The wings shade the house in the summer and are equipped with an electric snow-melting heating system for the winter. Designed by Atelier Simona Group, the interior decor is a mix of modern and retro style. The focal point inside is a central glass stairwell framed by white steel pillars that support the titanium-plated wings of the house from the interior. The curved kitchen is in keeping with the circular lines of the house. The indoor swimming pool has large windows with views of the natural surroundings.