Located in the in Aspen this condo is mainly used as a rental property and was in need of an urgent makeover to transform it from a dark dreary space into a beautiful setting. It was Anne Grice Interiors who took up the challenge and gave the lovely little condo a sparkling new ambiance.
With a silhouette that leaves you captivated and a backdrop that is both unique and complex the is definitely the coolest home located in an old quarry that we have ever seen! Considering the complexities that might arise with a structure whose walls touch the quarry the architects decided to go for a cantilevered house that has a base and first floor made out of in-situ concrete.
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.
Spread across the real showstopper here is the refreshing pool and the garden outside that offers complete privacy and a chance to spend some lovely evenings outside taking in the many sights and sounds. Elegant relaxed and comfy the understated elegance of Villa Oasis will bowl you over with ease and you will soon be longing to return to Biarritz for another magical vacation in France!