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.
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.
The constant unending rush of busy urban life in concrete jungles is driving many of us into the lap of nature for a more relaxed and organic lifestyle. Located in the idyllic commune of Snagov this fabulous residence is wrapped in a cloak of green and opens up toward the beautiful lake outside.
An elevated platform ensures that the view of the lake outside is visible from almost every corner of the living area and dining room. The double-height dining space looks even more spectacular thanks to the dazzling chandelier above that steals the show! The balanced use of Italian parquet rosewood and glass gives the home a refined appeal.
From old churches that were reinvigorated to house trendy bookstores to towers from the Renaissance period that hold chic modern homes here is a collection of the most audacious renovations on the planet.