The living and dining spaces were remodeled with the modern approach of blending the experience of indoor and outdoor space. Views of the outside accompany pretty much every step throughout the house. The second floor contains a “Park Room” which takes advantage of the wonderful location by the central park a permeable airy glazed space joining indoor and outdoor under a slightly cantilevered wooden-clad inclined roof an addition with a subtropical holiday feel.
Whether it is modern interiors soaked in lavishness or unending great views that change all through the year this amazing 7500 square foot home in Los Angeles California — right on Sunset Strip — offers you pretty much everything that you need and a lot more.
Modern architects and designers are placing as much emphasis on creating beautiful modern homes that stay connected with the environment around them at all times as they are on sleek and stylish interiors. And in this effort to add visual space and make the exteriors a part of the house one has seen a growing trend in employing glass extensively and expansively.
Considering the flashy nature and the amazing designs that modern houses are sporting of late it really is not easy to fabricate a home that will astonish you and dazzle with sheer splendor. Yet this wonderful modern house in Caesarea Israel is really something ‘special’ and the moment you lay your eyes on it you cannot but help fall in love with its well-defined plan sleek look amazing use of glass and daft integration of metal into the structure.
The modern AA House is located in Barcelona and seems from an aerial view to be a cluster of triangular prisms and pyramids. It was designed by OAB as a house made up from connected pavilions posed in a simple and beautiful geometry. The many inclined roofs of the pavilions fold in different directions like origami all in white.
The home itself looks lovely with balanced use of glass concrete and wood on the outside. This gives its residents sufficient privacy while also extending the interiors beyond the four walls and connecting it to the outdoors with smart the use of floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The two acre property also features solar panels gray water management systems which are clubbed with eclectic interiors and curvy antiques to create a home that fits the taste of its owners.
Her work not only has an inimitable touch of combining the unusual with the ordinary but it also seems to transcend trends and create design patterns which are both new and diverse. A resident of Sydney the designer loves the city to the core and while her work leads her all across the globe Melissa admits that she loves spending every moment she can get in Sydney.