Located in Sonoma, California, this 1,900 square foot home adjacent to a working vineyard was designed by Schwartz and Architecture.
This luxurious contemporary apartment located in sunny Miami, Florida, was designed by local architects from Nieto Design Group.
This contemporary single family property situated close to San Francisco, California, was completely redesigned by Jennifer Weiss Architecture.
Located in Toronto, Canada, this eclectic two-storey single family residence was designed by R. H. Carter Architects.
Classy home interior designed by Martha O’Hara Interiors situated in the city of Minnetrista, in Minnesota, US.
Beautiful 5076 square feed mid-century mountain residence designed in 2010 by Ryan Group Architects and Brendan Riley located in California.
Bubble Rooms – ideas, used by two hotels in France. Small bubbles are designed by designer Pierre-Stephane Dumas, they allow you to stay in the room, but at the same time as though and in the open air.
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‘By the mid-twenties, renderings by Ferriss had become almost de rigeur for successful competition projects; countless skyscrapers waited their turn to be bathed in the dark monumentality emanating from his drafting table. In these works a blasé department store appears as a giant lording over its block. Stodgy hotels cease to be stodgy hotels and become looming silhouettes emerging from the urban haze like shipwrecks. Ferriss went to grand new lengths in suppressing detail for mood, and clients loved it‘. Michael Mallow
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This residence crated by Kovac Architects in 2010 was built for the firm’s founder, Michael Kovac.
It is located in Pacific Palisades, California, USA, and the building is a great example of sustainability in architecture.
All the materials used to construct the house include: formaldehyde-free plywood, recycled glass tile, reclaimed wood, and photovoltaic panels.
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