Crafted with ingenious brilliance by Dom Arquitectura the entire residence was previously a series of small buildings that included a farmhouse a barn a hay storage space a large warehouse and a farmyard. Combining all these elements to shape a unique and exquisite home across two cozy levels the architects delivered a perfect fusion of the rustic and the modern.
Not everyone is happy with changing a stunning old church into a trendy modern home. Some architects take this a step further by using the expansive and inspiring interiors of an old church as the background for an enthralling bookstore. The Selexyz Dominicanen Bookstore in Netherlands was conjured up and created by Merkx+Girod Architecten as a majestic Gothic church found a new lease on life.
Imagine then the creativity and the diligence it takes to transform old structures that were never intended to be homes into sparkling contemporary houses. Today we have that prove pretty much anything is possible with a touch of ingenuity and plenty of effort.
We have often talked about how the topography of a site and its unique features are becoming an integral part of contemporary homes and this audacious house located within an abandoned quarry is another amazing case in point! Located on the edge of Wales this spectacular home was designed by Hyde + Hyde Architects to meet the needs of a photographer.
We love this Brooklyn penthouse for the sheer drama and the stunning views that it offers! The view of the Brooklyn Bridge and the glittering skyline from the living room is something that every homeowner dreams about and the Clock Tower triplex penthouse delivers it in grand style. With giant ticking clocks becoming the backdrop in the living room ergonomic modern kitchen dining area plush bedrooms and a spa-like bath this has it all.