Thinking outside of the box, the Peruvian architectural firm at Gomez de la Torre y Guerrero Arquitectos recently completed their Casa Graffiti residence.
The modern residence resides in Playa Gaviotas, Peru, and is unlike any other dwelling you have encountered in the past. For starters both the living room and kitchen completely open up to the surrounding elements, with no wall or windows to separate residents from nature. The central space of the home is designed to be a rather untraditional courtyard complete with a beach like space surrounding a natural stone constructed fountain. A glass and stainless constructed balcony overlooks the central courtyard area, while a rooftop pool finishes off the impeccable Peruvian bachelor pad.
House Refurbishment in Barcelona by ARCHITECTURE-G
The project comes from a young couple with two small children, so the house should match the changing needs of the family throughout their life. The project focuses on making the entire floor of the property with logical flow between the areas.
The Contemporary Maison du Boisé by Gestion René Desjardins
Montreal interior designers Gestion René Desjardins have completed the Maison du Boisé project. Completed in 2011, the luxury interior design property can be found in Canada.
According to the architects: “Once the clients had picked a wooded site, the brief was to create a contemporary Canadian house that would specifically address the children’s needs. From there, the mother was...
Los Angeles-based interior designers and architects Jamie Bush & Co have completed the Santa Monica project. Completed in 2001, the striking home can be found in Santa Monica, California, US.
The design concept of this luxury Santa Monica property is modern, warm, and open to nature. The landscaping is an important focus, with a rock garden, koi pond with waterfall, dry Zen garden, and...
An Autograph Among the Pine Trees by Studija Archispektras
The house is situated on the river shore. The envelope of the building is composed of glass and rusted steel planes which were mounted in vertical segments in order to have a metaphorical relation with growing pine trees on the site. Even though steel is quite refined and cold material, its bright ocher colour hues like wide planks cut from a fresh wood and gives a visual warmth to the...