This amazing all window house can be found on the shores of Lake Lugano. The JMArchitecture studio was involved in making this project come true. At ground level, the spectacular glass pavilion houses the living room, kitchen and dining room: a relaxing environment with furnishings in neutral tones which balances perfectly with the white wood parquet. At the lower level are the bedrooms, and garage services. The entire house overlooks two outdoor spaces, on one hand there is the one that overlooks the mountain and the other one that opens towards the lake. Read more ›
When we think about luxurious homes we think of soaring prices and an “infinity” of rooms, but when it comes to luxury anything is possible, and you can easily spend $ 21.8 million for a one bedroom apartment. In Tokyo, in the exclusive district of Minami-Azabu: is “The House”, an apartment with only one bedroom is known to be the most expensive in the world. The apartment has more rooms, but only one bedroom which is the jewellery of this home. Even if it is just an apartment with one bedroom is actually as good as a palace.
Prestigious properties usually are villas with five, six, seven bedrooms and three bathrooms. As a rule, these are houses with huge gardens, swimming pools, tennis courts and libraries, even the “classic” apartments have a long list of rooms including bedrooms, living rooms, bathrooms. Read more ›
A real challenge, one that Fabrizio Rondolino, journalist, novelist, gave to Peter Strzebniok and the architectural design company, Nottoscale S. Francisco, when he chose the Nevada desert as a site for his holiday residence.
Was built near Scotty’s Junction, not far from Death Valley, on a land scorched by the sun but with a breathtaking view and away from any infrastructure. The love for the desert and the desire to enjoy the surrounding landscape has been the basic requirement of the entire project. Hence, the choice of a lightweight structure with large French windows that open into the Wild and create a fusion between interior and exterior. Read more ›
Simplicity was the thing that got my attention towards this house in Norway. The straight lines of the house gives you the feeling of freedom and the need for vacation. Located on the south coast of Norway, this house has a view over the amazing archipelago and the owner wanted to maximize the view with help from the architecture of the house. Therefore, he turnedto Arkiteketer Filter Oslo studio. Besides the desire above, he also wanted intimacy and protection.
The project began as a renovation of a house which in 1940 was destroyed by water, rust and other things. The main materials are stone (exterior), a lot of wood, and rustic finishes and the colours used are neutral to match the Norwegian style. The rooms are strictly functional, without any enhancements or decorations. However, they look stunning and seem to be the perfect place for a good sleep. Read more ›