Sparkling Glass House in Johannesburg Twinkles with Glittering Contemporary Features
It is simply spellbinding when you see modern architects and designers pull out all the stops to create lavish homes that incorporate not just a great design, but also amazing ergonomics. Glass, stone and wood have been pretty much the materials of choice when it comes to creating fabulous contemporary homes that range from the […]
Galería de Casa Delany / Jorge Hrdina Architects - 11
I'm normally not for these concept home baby boo boo's, but I'm ok with this one. It's so pretty! Just not... you know... in a city.
Redesdale Residence / Space International
Completed in 2008 in Los Angeles, United States. Images by Steve King Photography, Joshua White Photography. This custom residential renovation lies on a hillside outcropping at the perimeter of the Silver lake reservoirs. The knoll-like cross section of the...
Luxurious Contemporary Houses in Romania, Europe
What does a luxurious house really need? Some spectacular views, expensive furnishings, high-end architectural concepts and, last,but not least...a lot of
Built by SAOTA - Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects in Cape Town, South Africa with date 2010. Images by Wieland Gleich. High on the ridge of Bishopscourt in Cape Town, this unique site resulted from the demolition of an existing house. T...
The Sword Gate House in Charleston
I need this house. Actually, not really. I prefer something a little smaller and cozier, but, I mean, say I inherited it from a rich southern aunt I didn't know I had, I wouldn't turn around and sell it. Instead I would move in, buy lots of pretty dresses to wear in the house (it feels like a dressier, no jorts kind of house) and invite lots of people to come stay with me and play antebellum tea party. Anyway, when I stumbled upon the listing for the historic Sword Gate House in Downtown…
Homes for $1,500,000 (Published 2013)
A three-bedroom contemporary in Westwood, Mo., a village 15 miles from downtown St. Louis, is on the market for $1,498,000. Built in 1970, the house was designed by Ted Christner, a St. Louis-area architect whose firm has received awards from the American Institute of Architects. NYTimes.com