Here’s a masterpiece work from Wespi de Meuron Architects — a renovated house located in Treia Marche a rarely domesticated village in Italy. Italy is a traditionally rich land and has given birth to lots of famous architects. Renovation has got multiple implications; natural resource management being the most prominent. In 1995 this building caught fire and was damaged. Since then it has been under the surveillance of the municipal authority.
There is no doubt that the plain landscape of La Gorce Island in Miami Beach Florida is probably one of the most beautiful places for a fancy villa in the whole country. The private residence shows a range of architectural vibrancy in design.
This residence enhances its airy and spacious layout with plenty of cross-ventilation. The glass covered breakfast room offers a scintillating view to Indian Creek and the morning sun. It has a guest pavilion that is beautifully furnished with superior furniture and is really outstanding in every respect. Servants’ quarters garage secure space mechanical rooms and power plant are all housed in the service section. Do you like the design of this spectacular residence?
By choosing a color palette that would compliment the surroundings, the architects dissolved the boundaries between indoors and outdoors and prolonged the dynamic coastline inside. An open floor plan allowed the creation of an L-shaped cooking/living/entertaining zone open to the outside deck and swimming pool. And also check out the Bloom Chair by Kenneth Cobonpuere featured a while back on Decoist – it looks amazing in this house!
Designed to meet the needs of one family the western half of the duplex displays a floor plan made out of many rooms. A circular staircase joins the levels in this side.
The interior of ‘Loft Apartment’ imparts aesthetics as well as a contemporary outlook altogether. Right from the entrance you would be invited by a sequence of bright colored paintings and this seems to be most distinguishable trait of this contemporary building.
Architectural studio Moon Hoon with offices in Seoul designed an angled residential retreat in Korea. Featuring a distinct facade shaped out of several angled volumes the Panorama House gathers vistas of the surroundings through different-sized windows that frame the views from each room in a new and creative way.The angled facade allows views from different perspectives and strongly connects the interiors to the surrounding suburb.