are always special; they never lose their aristocratic appeal. One such building situated on the looks induced by the essence of the countryside. Designed by Fiona Simmonds it resembles a dormer residence of the 70s. The interior design followed here is simple and minimalist and merges the features of olden times with modernity. Provided with many windows to let fresh air and light of the countryside in the indoors appear so inviting and relaxing.
Decorated with a fine collection of South African accessories the house is also dotted with many antique accessories and paintings from the owners’ collection. Further the awesome abode ensures a splendid view of the city of Istanbul. The sleek design of the will definitely leave you spellbound. The three level apartment of three levels in Sun Valley Idaho has a design just perfect for such a resort town.
The table becomes part of the kitchen island’s design and visually extends the flow of the surfaces. Appearing to float above the green lawn this addition extends the interiors offering a new space for the family to relax and socialize in. Increased comfort and a reorganization of the spaces landed this family their dream home.
Well and her husband founders of design & architecture website Houzz have decided to show the world that renovations can be done without any hassles whatsoever and they have shown this is in the best possible fashion — by in Palo Alto California.
Renovation of refurbishment of a modern home can be really a cumbersome experience and at times does leave one with a bad taste in the mouth if things are not planned for in an appropriate fashion well in advance. That obviously means there are many home owners out there who are fretting about the prospect of a renovation no matter how much they want one.
All these for an unbelievable $21.8 million price tag which makes it (perhaps) the most expensive one-bedroom apartment in the world. So let’s say money aren’t a problem do you think such large single bedroom houses — 4434 sq ft (that’s roughly 412 square meters) — are a disadvantage or are they really good to live in? I reckon the building is monumental and highly appealing.
The interiors are divided between public and private spaces with the high ceiling and open space constructing an inviting platform for a lifestyle in perfect balance with the alpine landscape. An immense rock wall serves as a divider separating the East from the West and also functions as a temperature stabilizer. The use of wood gives you a warm touch visually and a beauty all on its own. The folded roof gives the building a modern look that also blends into the stately mountainous terrain.