This 4,200 square foot, three bedroom, 2 bath, duplex condo with 24 foot ceilings is located on Jay street in Tribeca, Manhattan, New York City.
When fabric designer, painter and sculptor Gianluca Berardi purchased the condo in 2002 for $2.5 million, he said it was bland, like “two shoe boxes sitting on top of each other.” Berardi spent 18 months and over $2 million transforming the space into a work of art.
Designed by American architect Richard Neutra in 1955, the Staller House sits on a 1.1 acre gated lot in prime Bel Air, an affluent residential community in the hills of the Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California, USA.
Restored by award winning studio Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in 2001, this 6,674 square foot modern residence features four bedrooms and seven baths, a 4,200-bottle refrigerated wine-tasting room, a guest house, two fireplaces, pool, spa, and parking for twelve.
This Circa 1886 double fronted Victorian home was meticulously restored to the highest European standards.
Located in Richmond, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, this three bedroom plus study family home has been renovated to “its former glory and a breathtaking contemporary extension has been integrated to suite a cosmopolitan lifestyle.”