The beautiful reception of the house welcomes you inside with an elegant sitting area a lavish dining space a kitchen and a master bedroom next to it. A floor-to-ceiling wall library gives the space a distinct identity while large glass windows offer unabated views of the city and the Chouf Mountains in the distance.
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.
This is precisely why brought in Paola Navone to get the task done in her hometown of Spello in east central. Bringing in exclusive decor and exquisite combinations of patterns and textures the designer has given the a new lease on life draped in a cloak of pristine white!
One of the many iconic trends created by Midcentury masters like Isamu Noguchi is the seamless blend of the east and the west when it comes to interior design. While the 70s and the 80s were filled with playful and exuberant colors the incessant rush of modern life has seen many homeowners turn towards the oriental for soothing calm.
Located on the line that once separated east and west Beirut the penthouse boasts stunning views. In fact it was the location of the penthouse and its surroundings that defined the orientation of the space. Opening up towards the glittering city skyline a ravishing rooftop swimming pool is the showstopper of this chic residence.
A cellar laundry pantry garage for two cars a separate service apartment and a fabulous indoor swimming pool complete this opulent villa. Currently for sale this majestic villa that blends old world charm with new-age comfort could be all yours for $7.46 million!
The house uses some conceptual premises as defining elements such as a large podium in contrast to the steep terrain. The elevated views over the natural environment change the perception of the environment as the water feature visually merges with the sea. In this way the archetypal images of the island are assimilated and reinterpreted retaining their language and proving timeless. Time seems to just stop when you gaze out the windows.