A 20 foot high curved glass wine wall in the living room of this luxurious house in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is the centrepiece of the residence.
The Great Hall of this grand luxury estate in Greenwich, Connecticut is characterized by the soaring 28’ ceiling with reclaimed Douglas Fir timbers.
Located in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains just west of Silicon Valley, this minimalist house in Cupertino, California is like a glass box that floats in the dense tree canopy.
This hallway library of a house in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin is located outside a master bedroom suite.
This functional compact studio apartment in Berlin, Germany was designed with space-saving built-in furniture made with mountain beech wood from a tree knocked down by avalanche in Sonntagshorn in the Chiemgau Alps.