A cool and ingenious ‘glass joint’ connects the old timber structure with the new extension and both buildings seem to retain their individual style and aura even while interacting with one another in a seamless manner.
The idea of the simple and uncomplicated cube is the image that most contemporary homes exude. With clean lines and rigid geometry there is not much to write home about as you look at many of these mundane structures.
Well Brickell Heights just might be the answer to your dream Miami condo that combines work party and relaxation in an effortless manner. Located at 850 South Miami Avenue this skyscraper is set to take shape by early 2017 and promises much more than comfortable living and amazing views.
As is the norm in most contemporary homes it is the ground level that holds the open living area kitchen dining room and the home office while the basement contains the wine room bedroom and other utility areas. The master bedroom and bathroom along with three additional bedrooms sit on the top level and enjoy lovely views of the garden and the landscape beyond.
The 53-story structure was built in 2008 and offers condos that range from $895000 to $10000000 depending on the number of bedrooms and square footage. With sunrise and sunset pools a top-notch fitness center a private beach club and refreshing spa and easy access to the beach life here sounds like an absolute breeze.
Architecture that acts as a bridge between the landscape and those who inhabit it is often the one that produces the best result. Nestled on a lush green lot in Puntarenas Province Costa Rica is a gorgeous contemporary residence that offers panoramic views of both the ocean in the distance and the dense forest scenery that surrounds it.
Turning a 1980s country house into a that stands out from the crowd and welcomes you in a serene and sensational fashion this fabulous renovated residence in Los Angeles was transformed by Rios Clementi Hale Studios. The elegant conversion takes into account both the heritage of the structure its current needs and tomorrow’s design trends as it aims to become a bridge between a lovely past and the ergonomic future. It is slate roof tiles and tongue-and-groove siding of gray-painted cedar that shape the distinct exterior of the home along with a gabled roof and two-story brise soleil.