The new structure was designed to go along with the already historic cottage that was in place on the sheep farm and will serve as a great facility to the shearers and those visiting the place on weekends to escape the rush of the city life.
The house itself adheres to the modern architectural and design trends by using sleek and well defined lines open plan that ensures that each room flows into another and the extravagant use of glass along with smart use of stone to bring a sense of natural freshness while thinning the line between the interiors and the surroundings. Plush décor and a blueprint that is pretty close to minimalism make this home a delight for those who love modern homes.
The beautiful sea of trees the astonishing and refreshing green carpet and the majestic mountain not only form a picture-perfect backdrop but also offer great and ever-changing sights that are the most vibrant part of this stylish home.
The futuristic kitchen with modern furnishings classy yet functional décor and perfect use of smart and intuitive lighting bring out the very best of this striking edifice. Perfect blend of form and function art and elegance style and sophistication this is one home we would be glad to call our own… Legalities permitting of course!
It is simply spellbinding when you see modern architects and designers pull out all the stops to create lavish homes that incorporate not just a great design but also amazing ergonomics. Glass stone and wood have been pretty much the materials of choice when it comes to creating fabulous contemporary homes that range from the warm and the welcoming to the minimalistic and magical. This astounding and extravagant U-shaped glass house located in Houghton Johannesburg is all about unabated opulence. Designed by SAOTA () along with Antoni Associates this home charms you with its transparent brilliance.
Designed by Studio Arthur Casas located in São Paulo the home is actually divided into two separate structures that are connected by an open pond area. While the main structure consists of the living quarters the kitchen and the master bedroom the second building next to it houses children’s bedrooms and rooms for guests. The idea is to give everyone as much space as possible and bring in a certain sense of privacy that does not encroach upon the space of others in the home.
Designed with a touch of elegance and timeless charm by Nelson-based studio Irving Smith Jack Architects this contemporary home stands between a refreshing pool area and a traditional farmhouse and form a lavish modern interlude.