The kitchen island itself moves away from the mundane with its unique design and the breakfast bar offers further opportunity for the entire family to come together each morning. The living area kitchen and dining area are connected with the closed rear yard / outdoor living zone that features plush seating.
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.
The dining area kitchen family room and bedrooms were carefully positioned to make the most of the unabated view on offer even as the bedrooms on the top floor welcome the canopy indoors. With the street façade and dense vegetation offering complete privacy this LA home tries to create a refreshing and grand green oasis amid all the urban chaos that surrounds it.
Looking for a sensational luxury condo in Miami that allows you to enjoy the fabled nightlife dip into the delightful world of shopping complexes and cafes downtown and stroll to work each morning without worrying about gridlock?
If vertical condominiums steal the show in big cities it is a relaxing and gorgeous ‘horizontal condominium’ that gives you a whole new perspective on life at the fabulous . A series of five individual houses that are draped in a cloak of natural pines and ample greenery the gorgeous homes designed by Weber Arquitectos ensure that you are never too far away from nature’s goodness! Situated in a forested strip of land near Avandaro Valle de Bravo each of these houses combines modern comfort and aesthetics with a smart indoor-outdoor interplay to usher in the best of both worlds.
Floor-to-ceiling glass windows open the living and dining area to the outdoors while the central room separates the wing with dining space kitchen kids’ bedrooms and breakfast zone from the zone that contains the master suite home gym and office.
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.