With the holiday season knocking around the corner Biarritz will once again play host to visitors from across the globe. And the beautiful Villa Oasis offers the perfect retreat that allows you to explore the region while you are wrapped in a world of luxury that draws inspiration from rustic French style.
Overlooking this home has all the trademark traits of the timeless Tudor house. A style that combined late Medieval and early Renaissance influences it was incredibly popular in Washington in the pre-World War II era. With its pitched gable roof and decorative stonework the is no different.
Adaptive reuse is an architectural and design concept that is quickly gaining ground globally and many of the rustic old barns are being converted into wonderful modern homes. Located in the quiet little Dutch town of House G fits this billing perfectly.
Combining the architectural demands of a modern home and the natural essence of a site is often the most important aspect that shapes the silhouette of any modern home. Located in Washington State the goes a step further in this eco-friendly endeavor by placing natural goodness ahead of the actual home on the list of priorities.
The first thing you notice as you step off of the elevator that opens directly into the penthouse is the soaring glass atrium that allows sunlight to flood the entire apartment. The design’s musical references become more and more apparent as your eye traces the rich wood of the floor and dramatic fret-like staircase that mimics the neck of a violin.