This is truly an art lovers’ abode. In the South Park neighborhood of San Francisco dotted with art galleries and studios designer has done a makeover of a 1916 landmark warehouse and the efforts she has taken is worth every bit of it. See the vast wall space meant for displaying the exquisite pieces of art collected by her over the years. The best part is that the interior does not look crowded despite putting so much stuff together.
Have you ever come across a ? Not those ones which poses just huge glass walls or chambers but an apartment made completely of glass. Well here is one! This is no movie set or any kind of art object; it is in fact a residence. I can imagine your amazement.
Located in Arbel Israel the house displaying country-style-inspired beams on the outside is a comfortable crib open to the north through a glass facade. This large glazed side allowed the architects to construct a concrete wall blocking the views from the south and offering privacy to the interior spaces.
The other side of the black wall facing the street is white and flooded with light from above where a long and narrow skylight ensures that natural light will flood the adjacent living space separated by a glass wall. Inside this ample space the living continues with a dining/cooking area. There is an expansive food preparation area that should provide enough room for any size feast.
Vibrant colors for your house you say; here’s this incredible residence in Ankara Turkey — the Going from red to orange and violet at night and having almost all shades and tints for the interiors this three-storey wonder is surrounded by urban buildings and the Middle East Technical University forest hence offering a cool sight all around. Add to all these that it’s been built on a steep surface with a floor plan of over 1050 square meters and you’ll agree with us saying that this is an amazing dream house.
The French doors separating the living room from the cooking/dining space were adorned by Sara’s nephews and nieces adding a vivid personal touch. Hanging over the Ellipsebord dining table an Arne Jacobsen’s black pendant light accompanies the couple’s meals.
Black metal panels ensure the street facade offers complete privacy while the glazed side facing the garden completely opens the interior to the surroundings. From the living room area the view of the lawn combined with the floor-to-ceiling glass gives a totally unobstructed view and a spacious feeling.