The unabated views of Washington Lake Mt. Rainier and North Cascades defined the way the house was conceived. Adding to this gorgeous natural setting is the use of water features inside the home to create an ambient atmosphere.
Step into the living room below and you will easily notice how rich dark coffee brown wooden surfaces have been added to offer a visual contrast to the white walls. Unlike in case of most other contemporary houses the Wallace Ridge also incorporates furnishings in darker tones instead of going with the pale white and grey options.
In the next featured image we get a closer look at the way a curved silo adds a tiled wall effect to this charming bathroom. Traditional features combine with the industrial backdrop created by the silo wall.
Spotted on designboom the project located in a private ski club in Collingwood is a lavish contemporary residence that allows its owners to enjoy the nearby skiing grounds to the hilt while draped in luxury. With large and open interiors clad in lovely wooden flooring and pristine white the idea has been to bring a perfect romantic escape from a hectic life.
We begin with modular housing from Coodo which features a range of dwellings from open-air structures to residential buildings. In the foreground below we see Pavilion which can be used for public events as well as for private shelter:
Located alongside the south-east corner of Koh Samui beach Baan Jasmine luxury villa is a part of the Samui Beach Village. Constructed in order to provide a splendid view of the seashore and get a feel of the essence of the magnificent water body beyond it makes a perfect place to spend your vacation. Thai architecture in all its beauty merges with the tranquility of the place.
Today at Decoist we go modular. In fact these modular homes are so spectacular we can’t decide what we like best about them! Is it the innovative design? Perhaps it’s the way they lend themselves to green living. Or maybe it’s their ability to maximize space in the most interesting of ways. It’s hard to deny the uniqueness of modular homes.