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Home interior design reflects your personality, lifestyle and aesthetic sensibilities. Whether you’re redecorating or planning a new space, HomeDsgn provides stylish interior design inspiration. Fuel your imagination by perusing some of the most spectacular interior design in homes from across the globe.

The Hilltop House by Safdie Rabines

By • Jan 13, 2011

The architect Safdie Rabines has designed the Hilltop House in Rancho Santa Fe, California.

This luxurious home was designed to maximize the 360 degree views from its hilltop location. Six bedroom suites, eight baths, an office tower, a library, a den and a media room with nearly 10,000 square feet of luxury living, plus patios, terraces, and a six car garage: wow this home has it all!

Add to this impressive list a dramatic entry, soaring wood beam ceilings, travertine and imported teak floors, 5 fireplaces, automated sun screens and clerestory windows, Lutron lighting system, video security system, state of the art kitchen and luxurious master suite and bath.

Put on top of that a spectacular pool and a spa and you won’t be surprised to read that the price tag of this beauty is somewhere between 5 and 7 million dollars!

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Cubic Sagaponac House by TsAO & McKOWN Architects

By • Jan 11, 2011

The Sagaponac House is a 4,500 square foot house located in an east Long Island community, Wainscott.

Designed in 2007 by Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown, partners of Tsao & McKown Architects, New York, the residence is a two-volume modern and minimalist house.

The upper level above the land line consists of a white simple two-story cube, while the lower volume is built right into the landscape.

This first level is connected to a superb outside swimming pool and offers a complete privacy for partying with a few friends.

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Stonehawke Modern House by Base Architecture

By • Jan 7, 2011

The Stonehawke house is a contemporary house (3,100 sq ft) located in Brisbane, Autralia.

Designed by architect Shawn Godwin and interior designer wife Natalie of Base Architecture in 2009, this multi award winning residence emerges from the earth like fallen lumber, bunkered in a parcel of heavily wooded, protected land.

Stonehawke House holds a strong, robust form of its own, with heroic volumes that protrude out from the surrounding bushland.

Yet what Shawn and Natalie Godwin have designed is not just any other building for their practice, they have created their own family home!

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Modern Infill House by Cecconi Simone Inc.

By • Jan 5, 2011

Elaine Cecconi of architectural firm Cecconi Simone Inc. found inspiration in the utilitarian lines of warehouses and factories to design this modern infill residence known as 6a Brockton House, in Toronto, Canada.

Set in the heart of Brockton Village, this 4,000 square foot four story house represents the highest standards of urban infill.

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The Wooden Mulligan Residence by Scott Edwards Architecture

By • Jan 4, 2011

The Mulligan Residence is a single-family wooden house designed by Rick Berry and his team from Scott Edwards Architecture.

The 2,200 square foot house is located in the Manzanita, Oregon.

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546 Broadway Luxurious Residences by the Beach

By • Jan 3, 2011

These very contemporary-looking houses were designed by Stephen Vitalich Architects in Venice, Los Angeles.

The four 2600 sq ft single-family homes have each got two levels, three bedrooms, two and half bathrooms, an office and a 500 square foot roof terrace.

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Urban Townhouse by GLUCK+

By • Jan 2, 2011

This townhouse is located on East 51st Street in New York City, a pleasant street with three- and four-story historical buildings, steps from the towers of Midtown.

The 2009 renovation project (1,322 sq ft) was designed by the NYC architectural firm  GLUCK+.

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Ceramic House by Hector Ruiz-Velazquez

By • Jan 1, 2011

The Ceramic House is a project designed by Spanish architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez.

The small apartment is located in the attic space of an early 20th century building in Madrid. The challenge for the architect was to transform a small area into a new and minimalist living space with a variety of levels.

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