First-time home buyers and veteran home owners alike look for ideas and vision when it comes time to look for a new house. Remodeling projects can also benefit from a spark of creativity spurred by viewing great houses that you love. HomeDSGN has gathered fabulous homes from across the world and design style spectrum to feed your need for beautiful house inspiration.
By admin • Mar 6, 2011
Built for comfort and relaxation, this 15,000 square foot palace with 12,000 square feet under roof was designed by world-renowned architect and Costa Rican native son, Ronald Zürcher.
Special features include a beach-entry infinity pool, fully integrated smart home system and the freedom to open the home completely for indoor / outdoor living.
This luxury vacation house includes four bedrooms, four and a half baths.
There’s probably no better spot to feel the tropical ocean breezes while watch a parade of lazy yachts visiting the Peninsula Papagayo’s marina than right here!
Menorca is one of the Baelaric Islands in the Mediterranean Sea belonging to Spain. It takes its name from being smaller than the nearby island of Majorca.
Its on this island that Spanish architect Pablo Serrano Elorduy, principal of Dom Arquitectura, has designed this beautiful 4,770 square foot residence.
By admin • Mar 4, 2011
Located on the top floor of a Victorian building that was constructed in 1896, this two-story condo was renovated by Mork-Ulnes Design in 2006.
Marrying its hippie boardinghouse past with modern, Norwegian-influenced design, the home tastefully blends its eclectic elements resulting in a feast for the eyes.
The three bedroom, two bathroom condo has more than 2,600 square feet of living space and is on sale for $1,595,000 at the time of writing.
We have received some photos of the Calem-Rubin Residence, a contemporary house completed in 2007 by David Jameson Architect.
Set in contrast to its context, this single-family house (4,700 sq ft) located in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, is an attempt to mediate the scale and material typology of a traditional post-war neighborhood while respecting the client’s desire for a modern house.
Originally constructed in 1939, the brick colonial style house was rebuilt as a composition of both modern form and timeless materials.
By admin • Mar 2, 2011
Bruce Stafford Architects have completely renovated the K3 Vaucluse House in Sydney, Australia.
The inner courtyard all covered with Brazilian wood is simply amazing!
According to the architects, “this dramatic renovation centres around a spacious internal courtyard defined by natural rock face and lush vegetation. Large sliding glass doors in the main living area enable a seamless flow between inside and outside.
Located in Los Angeles, California, this luxury two-story residence features large glazed walls, a tennis field, a generous swimming pool and a guest house.
Villa Valentina is a luxury rental residence located in Miami Beach, Florida.
Valentina boasts a commanding bay side view of Miami, which can be admired from the villa’s large, panoramic windows and multi-level terraces.
A stunning vanishing-edge pool subtly blends into the horizon.
The clean contemporary lines of Valentina’s exterior give way to a spectacularly appointed interior.
An open floor plan with an atrium ceiling creates a sprawling living and dining area, complete with one-of-a-kind furniture pieces, exquisite art, and an ultra-modern gourmet kitchen. On the upper level, guests will find 6 spacious bedrooms of modern design.
Each bedroom is accompanied by an ultra-contemporary en-suite bathroom offering amazing views of the bay.
By admin • Mar 1, 2011
David Jameson Architect has sent us photos of the Burning Tree Residence.
Located in a neighborhood of traditional ranches and colonials just outside of the heart of Bethesda, Maryland, the Burning Tree Residence is a modernist 3,800 square foot house “sensitive to the undulating hills and heavily forested sites of its surrounding context.”
By admin • Feb 28, 2011
By admin • Feb 27, 2011
Swiss architects firm Lacroix Chessex has completed the renovation of the Chalet Noisettes.
The project consists in a double extension and renovation of a century-old log cabin located in Gryon, in the Swiss Alps.
The facades made of natural larch artificially aged blend in very well with the existing home.
By admin • Feb 25, 2011