A lovely outdoor deck and lounge extend the living area outside while the soothing interior is dominated by white and other gentle neutral shades. Despite using the traditional pitched roof the interior is contemporary at every turn and the high ceiling actually ends up adding to the majesty of the home.
Designed by CTA Architects Engineers the house is concealed in a lovely layer of greenery as the beautiful rooftop allows it to blend into the backdrop. A serene Zen garden smart use of teak and sustainable style accentuate the Asian appeal of the home.
Downtown is renowned for its beautiful industrial lofts that tend to combine the modern with the classic design style that is so unique to the city. While this stylish loft townhouse in the neighborhood does not embrace any industrial overtones it sure charms you with its smart usage of available space and proximity to the bustling English Bay.
Modern architects and designers are quickly bridging the gap between the east and west leading to a wonderful exchange and amalgamation of styles and ideas. The secluded Pool House and Spa on the banks of in Montana is a perfect example of this fusion as its cool exterior and relaxing interior are inspired by classic Japanese style.
The living room presents an exclusive combination of contrasting textures thanks to the use of exposed brick walls in black and wooden wall paneling in an innovative manner. This gives the living area a contemporary yet timeless appeal even as the large low-slung tufted sofa steals the show.
Spectacular contemporary and opulent this amazing Lakeside home in could well be that secret retreat where Mr. Bond goes to relax between his high-profile chases across the planet! Designed by John Robert Nilsson this fabulous getaway is the perfect example of combining nature with luxury while keeping the design simple and minimal.
While one of the barn structures faces the street and contains the public areas the other is carefully tucked behind it to keep the private quarters away from any prying eyes. Elegantly placed wooden slats allow plenty of natural light to filter through while ensuring that the home is not completely open towards the street.