The Cottesloe House was designed by Australian architect Paul Burnham, and is located in the beach side suburb of Cottesloe in Perth, Western Australia. On his website Paul doesn’t talks about this project, but if you are looking for some inspiration take a look at the pictures attached below. You might see something you’ll like. Enjoy !
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There are 3 words that best describe Rahimoana Villa and they are: luxury, luxury, and… luxury! This lovely piece of modern architecture is located in New Zealand’s Bay of Island, near the towns of Russel and Tapeka, built on the top of а sloping site. The property has a total of 30 hectares, extending to the bay, and a long private driveway that connects the house with the road. We called Rahimoana luxurious for a reason: it offers to its guests a 25-metre lap pool, heated outdoor spa, fancy gym, IR sauna, hi-tech office, a personal manager and housekeeper, fine New Zealand wines, French champagne, resident chef’s culinary masterpieces, a Porsche Cayenne Turbo in the garage and more. Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects definitely did a good job!
This house is a private residence up for sale here for the sum of $3,499,000. The project belongs to Gallagher Design and it is a display of opulence and style. The whole property is situated on a surface of 9191.0 sq. feet and the surroundings are magnificent. The building houses an impressive number of rooms: seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a home theater, an impressive kitchen, a wine cellar, a spacious garage and not to mention an unbelievable yard and a special rooftop observatory where you can enjoy the ocean view. All these are complemented by a tasteful interior design with many modern elements. Take a look!
The Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects is actually developing into the one-stop destination for amazing architecture. This time around, the KAA Design Group introduces this Tree House in Manhattan Beach. With lofty Southern Californian coasts to the fore, the unitary house (which obviously is not a tree house) combines aesthetic exteriors with stunning interiors studded with wood, concrete and glass. Appealing to the green-minded, the houses’ eco-friendly aspects are all taken care for with heating and cooling solutions, natural ventilation and exposure. Take a look at these wonderful images that depict some real spacey rooms with fireplaces, living rooms, bedrooms, spas or study rooms. We wouldn’t mind a week there …
Sometimes it is hard to combine a masterpiece of architecture with stylish indoor decors. This house comes from Agraz Arquitectos and manages to do just that. Designed for a family in Guadalajara, Mexico, the building has no less than three levels, each with a different purpose and personality. The first level includes a basement, a game room and a garage. The middle level houses the kitchen, family room and dining room and the three bedrooms are located at the third floor. There is a stairway which connects the rooms in the house and some lovely terraces which are accessible at every floor. The property also has two large courtyards. Enjoy!
“Heritage Boy” is Lee Broom’s third collection of furniture design which embraces a “classical fusion of the old and new”. The eye-catching “carpentry” sideboard “in the images comes with a very daring look but with a high practicability as well. Having three drawers, four cupboards and a considerable amount of space, this sideboard could be the answer to your storage needs. The finishing material is wool and the overall effect is that of a “Persian rug design with British crown jewls”. The dimensions are as follows: 205 cm Width, 49 cm Depth and 65 cm Height. These definitely reminds us of old stories with adventures, maps and treasure chests.
We found this interesting design idea while surfing around PillowsandThrows.com. Pixels™ is basically an add-on to furniture items as we know them. The dots embedded in the materials completely change the visual effect of any product and also the focal point of the room, being given that the color is also strong- like in the picture below for example. Available in a wide range of textures and colors, these designs are very easy to adapt in any interior. You can use them as wall decors, as tiles for your kitchen or as headboards, it is all up to you and your imagination. Either way, we hope we have given you a practical tip and we would like to wish you a fun time decorating your crib.