This modern home located in Cerro Lo Curro, Santiago, Chile, and designed by Schmidt Arquitectos Asociados, sits on a gentle slope with a forest of eucalyptus trees. Materials such as stone walls and wood floors are used for the house. The big windows bring the interior and exterior together, creating an open environment for the enjoyment of the natural landscape. The tiered lakes made of stone provide sound and moisture to the air.
Interior designer Ab Rogers turned this classical townhouse in the heart of London, England into an eccentric yet welcoming home for young children. The Rainbow House, located just off Portobello Road, is an overflowing of creativity and modernity with its use of colours. The design is centred around the spiral staircase with rainbow colours. The continuation of the theme is highlighted in each room with individual colour scheme. The most extraordinary feature, is perhaps the trap door in the bedroom above, with access to a shiny slide that snakes its way down to the yellow sofa in the living room right next to the open kitchen.
British furniture manufacturer Modus brings us this family of sofas and sofa chairs, Cocoon, by Swedish designers Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune. The range of sofas and chairs in various elements enables the creation of traditional compositions, intimate groups or mixed arrangements. This classic line of Scandinavian furniture is the perfect complement to the modern home.
Los Angeles-based architect Steve Hermann is selling his “opus” — The Glass Pavilion. This contemporary 13,875-square-foot home in Montecito, California, which sits on three-and-a-half acres of land, features walls of glass, and has five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a kitchen with a wine room and an art gallery that displays the architect’s vintage car collection. The home is listed for US$35 million.