By Magaly • Jun 21, 2017
This fantastic hotel is located in the historical heart of this magical Mediterranean island, in Birgu, the oldest of the three ancient cities of Malta. The historic building dates back to the 16th century, and has been sensitively restored to its former glory and furnished with a mixture of antiquities and accessories. As such, its luxurious interior provides hospitality and a great cultural experience.
Stunning Luxury Hotel Located in the Natural Park of Levant in the East of Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
By Magaly • Jun 7, 2017
Cases de Son Barbassa is a stunning luxury Hotel located in the Natural Park of Levant in the east of Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain. The complex consists of 16 rooms, a Mediterranean restaurant, and a hilltop pool with stunning panoramic views over the sea and the coasts of Cala Mesquida, Cala Agulla, and ala Ratjada and the village Capdepera. On clear days, we can even see the sister island Minorca. Numerous terraces allow for endless opportunities to sit outside and enjoy the shining sun and the running breeze and this Mediterranean island is the perfect place to do so.
This house, with a marked 1960s style, is located in a neighborhood called Lomas de Chapultepec, in Mexico City, Mexico. It was designed in April of 2016 by the architect José Juan Rivera Río and his studio JJRR / Arquitectura. It is surrounded by beautiful green gardens, and the materials used to construct it include volcanic rock, concrete, and steel columns.
By Magaly • May 31, 2017
This imposing stone, wood, and concrete home is located on Hunters Hill, an attractive and historic peninsula that lies between the Parramatta and Lane Cove rivers on the north shore of Sydney Harbor, Australia. It was designed by Luigi Rosselli.
The house is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens full of trees, tall palm trees, and plants that provide shade and a cool respite from the heat, filling the setting with greenery. In the garden, perfectly manicured, we can enjoy a large swimming pool that serves to cool off in the days of intense sun and heat, or we can simply sit on the terraces and enjoy the weather and the beautiful views.
Inside, we can see that stone and wood have been used to complete the decoration. The living room, with large glass doors that connect it to the terrace where the swimming pool is, is filled with natural light and fresh air that flows through it.
The dining room and kitchen, beautifully designed in wood, share a space, perfectly integrating with each other and creating an elegant and cozy space.
Taking the stairs to the basement, we will find a subterranean level housing a car collection, a home theater, a workshop, and a spectacular wine cellar.
This building has a total area of 960 square feet, and was inspired by the owner’s particular desire to design a small house overlooking a wetland untainted by human presence. It’s located in Valparaiso, a small county in the state of Indiana, in the United States. It was designed by architectural firm Bamesberger Architecture in 2014. Originally conceived as a series of square structures on the hillside, it offers beautiful views of the nearby landscape.
This wonderful building is located in Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand. In an area surrounded by towering hills and at the foot of a beautiful harbor, Dunedin is one of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere. Its main attraction are the wonderful views of the circling mountains.
This residential project was designed by the architectural firm Line Design Architects, based in Kuwait. The most distinctive feature of the project came from the challenge of incorporating an urban garden as part of the exterior into the courtyard within the scheme.
By Magaly • May 12, 2017
With the clear advantage of being located in such a wonderful place, full of beautiful landscapes and spectacular views over the blue and infinite sea, this villa serves as refuge to relieve us of the stress of the day to day.
By Magaly • May 11, 2017
Located on the slopes of the Franklin Mountains in Texas, USA, this wonderful residence was designed by the Tucson-based studio Hazel Baker. Rising 2,500 feet above the Rio Grande River Valley, it has adapted to the site’s undulating and steep topography, with the three-storey home maintaining a direct connection to the outside at each level.
By Magaly • May 9, 2017
By Magaly • May 2, 2017
This peculiar and colorful hotel has a structure made mainly of adobe, stone, and wood. Its owner originates from Germany, as he, 21 years ago, decided to turn the South American country of Bolivia into his place of residence and start a new life there after having fallen in love with a woman native to that country.
By Magaly • Apr 27, 2017
For me, and I’m sure many people will agree, the old constructions have something very special. Maybe it’s that old flavor, that story they always have to tell or maybe that wonderful blend that is created when an old construction mixes with the modern. The result is really fantastic, isn’t it?
By Magaly • Apr 26, 2017
By Magaly • Apr 20, 2017
This project, located in Reggio-Emilia, Italy, was carried out by the firm of Interior Design Christopher Ward Studio beginning in 2012 and ending in 2015. Its exterior, with walls of dark wood and stone, is set among beautiful tree gardens that give privacy to both the outdoor areas and the interior of the house.
Casa Agua is a luxury residence located in Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. It’s available for vacation rentals, as well as use as a space for events, and even film productions.