That perfect escape comes in different shapes for different folk. If you happen to be someone who loves both nature and snow-clad ski slopes then this is a getaway that you will instantly fall in love with!
In the bedrooms partitions that can be tucked away when not in use help create privacy whenever necessary while pullout beds and bunk beds maximize the available square footage.
On the outside the metal roof and wooden body of the residence is accentuated by the use of a splash band of black Richlite that keeps away rain and snow. Life at this charming home seems but tranquil and comfortable as the best of both worlds are brought together in an ergonomic fashion.
Pops of color have been introduced throughout the house with yellow blue and orange making an appearance. But the backdrop remains neutral and elegant with white and wood shaping it in various rooms.
Then there are others (quickly becoming a majority) who want a home that feels much more inviting has a personality of its own and is draped in natural goodness. For those out there who feel such a house in the urban landscape is an impossibility shows a refreshing and green way forward. Nature and vegetation come firs at this Argentine home designed by Tovo Sarmiento Arquitectos.
A gorgeous home that overlooks farmlands and the distant ocean on the south coast of Long Island the is one that combines relaxing natural scenery with modernity and sophistication.
Metal glass wood and stone shape much of the grand residence with a flood of natural light illuminating it during daytime. Warm artificial lighting takes over after sunset and gives the home an entirely different visual appeal.
Transforming an unruly and wild backyard into a sensational and polished hangout that also comes with a spacious deck firepit and sauna Board & Vellum Architecture and Design altered this modern dramatically. The homeowners wanted to turn their backyard covered with vegetation into a that could also host friends and family when needed.