Inspired by the almost ‘magical’ aura of this amazing coast architect Alberto Campo Baeza conjured up and brought to life the mesmerizing. Stunningly minimal in its overall form this striking residence finds its roots in the silhouette of the iconic and Roman architecture that have played a significant role in shaping this Spanish coast.
Ample ventilation illuminates the spectacular living area with a vaulted roof and wooden beams as 52 windows surround the space! A trolley found at the local flea market doubles as the coffee table while custom pendants give the large dining area an aura of its own.
Located just 10 km away from the central business district of Perth is a posh suburb that is quickly becoming home to some of the best private residences Down Under. Built on a 557sqm narrow block by Residential Attitudes this lovely house makes maximum use of the available space while giving its homeowners the best possible views of the beautiful nearby. An airy and spacious interior welcomes you with inviting warmth while the street façade of the house has been crafted carefully to offer adequate privacy.
Twin double-sized bedrooms complete this level while a refreshing pool and a stunning water feature make the landscape outside as appealing as the opulent indoors. Continuing this smart blend of contemporary grandeur and tranquil elegance is the top level with an open-plan living area.
Inspiration comes in a multitude of sizes shapes and styles and you do not always need millions of dollars to find that tranquil inspiring refuge. While we already looked at one such soothing home today this simple and in the woods explores an entirely different direction.
Contemporary homes are all about creating that perfect balance between the ambiance inside and the view outside. Increasingly homeowners want interiors that offer a seamless transition between the indoors and the landscape outside. Accomplishing this with inviting warmth and effortless elegance is the in Merida Yucatan.
The small town of is often popular among travel enthusiasts as the southernmost point of the European mainland. Ancient Roman ruins still stand tall in this scenic part of Cadiz and often are as much a source of historic facts as many unsubstantiated myths and legends.