Taking a cue from the renowned and distinct architectural heritage of Chicago the building is a stylish contemporary project in the River North neighborhood of the city. Encompassing six 2000+ square foot condominiums the unique façade of the building is clad in glass and steel to give it a modern industrial style.
Modern renovations and restoration projects often tend to infuse homes with a touch of sleek contemporary charm that balances the old world appeal ever so beautifully. But this gorgeous and private residence located in a secluded little niche of the adopts an entirely different approach. Transformed by architect and interior designer Inbar Menaged who described its appeal as a ‘little piece of haven’ this newly renovated residence brings together modern comfort and an unexpected dash of.
The interior of the house showcases a wonderful balance between glass concrete and wood to ensure that there is ample textural contrast. While the expansive use of wood in light tones gives the home an inviting and cozy vibe extensive floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows ensure that the living area extends into the long balcony outside.
Surrounded by a gorgeous natural canopy in Tallinn is a beautiful modern residence that blends an effortless indoor-outdoor interplay with ample privacy. Taking complete advantage of the scenic landscape around the house architects from Arch-D have shaped a trendy contemporary space that places emphasis on the view outside. Large glass walls and sliding doors ensure that the living space is extended into the natural deck outside while the double-height living room paints an airy and cheerful picture.
The province of in is renowned across the globe for some stunning tropical retreats that transport you into a completely different dimension. Bringing together sun sand and contemporary luxury the region is home to some of the best luxury hotels and spas on the planet.
To minimize the impact of the building to the site — it’s a hybrid structure made entirely of wood with some steel and very little concrete — the architects also ensured that the house is completely off the grid. Which is why independent sources of heat and electricity were added.
Sometimes I dare to dream or maybe it’s my way of motivating myself. But I really hope that one day I will be able to retreat to a summer house somewhere in the woods. Give me a lake and it’s the perfect picture. A case in point: the by Mcfarlane Biggar Architects + Designers near Vancouver in British Columbia Canada.