Contemporary homes are as much about the view outside as they are about the warm and inviting atmosphere inside. The Wallace Ridge home in Trousdale Estates Beverly Hills is a charming blend of both these elements as Whipple Russell Architects employed lavish décor and striking color palette to bring in a unique look to the house.
Apart from a sporadic touch of color the house largely sticks to a semi-minimalist approach. If you have €850000 and change to spare then you could call the fabulous Vilamoura House in Faro your own!
The bedroom features a bed that’s suspended from the ceiling and built-in shelving is the perfect destination for interesting finds that add character and style.
We begin with the Monte-Silo House in Utah which consists of two metal grain silos placed back to back for maximum space. The front silo is the largest and generous windows allow the home’s inhabitants to take in the view of the Provo River. The second-level deck provides shading for the floor below.
We begin with Tall Man’s Tiny House a home designed by brothers Adam and Aaron Leu (who are both 6′ 7″ tall–hence the name of the home)! What makes a house tiny? Generally the phrase “tiny house” refers to a dwelling that is less than 1000 square feet. And this compact home definitely qualifies…
Designers of Seta House created a structure which is constantly connected with the world outside. An open plan means that the first floor sports a living room a dining space a kitchen that are all rolled into a cool ‘social area’.
While most contemporary homes tend to go too far on an ultra-sleek design there is a wonderful amalgamation of form and functionality here. The designers of the space have achieved this fine balance by using glass windows in an extensive manner.