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.
Perched on the bluffs of Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California, the Vicino House features spectacular 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Monica Bay.
Originally built in the mid 1950’s, this major renovation adds new square footage (for a total of 3,000 sq ft) to the original structure and incorporates a range of exceptional design features emphasizing green products and energy efficiency throughout the home.
This Contemporary house was build in 2008 and designed by Corben Architects.
Located on Warringah Road in Sidney, Australia, this single-family residence was built in 2008, and has four bedrooms.
The architects designed this three-story house (3,800 sq ft) to take maximum advantage of outstanding views over Middle Harbour and maintain absolute privacy to the adjacent neighbors.
By admin • Feb 5, 2011
Virginia-based architect David Jameson has designed the multi-award winning Black White residence, a single family home located in Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
As its name suggests, the house is deliberately monochromatic, both inside and outside. Color is introduced through the furniture and the dramatic views.
By admin • Feb 4, 2011
‘The Stables’ is an old fire station in Richmond, a suburb in Melbourne, Australia.
Behind its historically significant facade is now hidden a breathtaking newly finished contemporary house.
The urban single-family residence has three bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and “showcases an innovative and angular design that blends its history with state-of-the-art attitude.”
Texas architect Jim Poteet had never worked with a container himself until Stacey Hill approached him about transforming one into a playhouse and a guest house.
Located in the San Antonio artists community, the house, made from a standard 40-foot shipping container (320 sq ft), stands in the backyard of renovated warehouse where the client lives.
The Villa in Courtenay Avenue, London, was designed and built by London property developers Harrison Varma.
Consisting of 11,200 sq ft of flexible living space, this luxury residence is located in a private road with 24/7 guarded security.
The specification includes 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, a cinema, an indoor pool and gym, staff quarters, and underground car parking for 2 cars.
As mentioned by Anil and Marisa Varma, this house is “everything you need for a perfect London life!”
Located in South Rotterdam, Netherlands, this century old town house was abandoned and neglected for nearly 30 years before being radically transformed by the architects.
The existing building was completely emptied of its floors and inside walls, and a resolutely new contemporary house was built in it (1,600 sq ft), halfway between art and architecture!
Located in the famous “Bird Streets” in Los Angeles, California, this recently remodeled luxury house has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a incredible infinity swimming pool with panoramic Los Angeles city views.
At the time of writing, the 4,000 square foot property is on sale for around 10 million dollars…
By admin • Jan 31, 2011
The Ribbon mountainside house was designed by Argentinian architects G2 Estudio.
Located in San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonia in Argentina, the construction of the residence (4,300 sq ft) was ordered by two families living in Tahiti, who wanted a vacation residence with a wide integrated space for leisure and recreation and all the necessary equipment to a holiday house.
Located at the end of a cul-de-sac in Salt Lake City, Utah, this modern style house is sitting on 4.82 acres with unobstructed views of mountains up and down the canyon.
Designed by local architect Brian Junge, the home is a blend of mid-century modern and contemporary architecture.