Known as “Rana Creek Ranch,” the enormous property includes a 2,900-foot landing strip and helipad, large office building/conference center, private lake, a riding arena, two barns, and miles of equestrian and hiking trails.
The Woolworth Tower Residences gives rise to one of the more enticing real estate opportunities that one might imagine. That is, to own a piece of history while living like royalty in the luxury-condo equivalent of a “Castle in the Sky.” Is there a better, more spectacular prospect?
Located in Manhattan, New York City, both the exterior façade and the circa-1920 mosaic floor of Tsukimi were preserved, evoking a feeling of timelessness. Studio Tack meticulously chose andperfected every element of the space.
One look at the beautiful panorama from this penthouse is enough to understand why the owners—a young family from California—fell in love with the space.
Having worked prolifically with more traditional typologies, from Cape Dutch to Georgian to French, Writer’s Studio—600 square feet of exquisite, undiluted design in forested Connecticut—marks a return to striking modern form for New York City architect Eric J. Smith.
Artists and architects are the curators of our physical world. Leaders in each field are creating bold interactions between space and surrounds, challenging the landscape at some of our most revered museums to change how, and what, we see.
Laden with amenities, this bespoke property overlooking San Francisco Bay and coastal mountains is geared toward today’s active lifestyle.
Prominent San Francisco real estate agent Joel Goodrich of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury has joined with L.A.-based Million Dollar Listing star Josh Altman of Douglas Elliman to market this unparalleled urban estate in the heart of San Francisco for $40.5 million.
The Greek concept of “parea”—people sharing good moments together—epitomizes the philosophy of Casa Cook Chania, which is located on the coast of Crete (the largest of the Greek islands).
Through a collaborative work between Poss Architects and Kirei Studio’s founder and interior designer Nathalie Ryan, this traditional log house was transformed…
The Box, a “bubble-like” innovative architectural intervention created to preserve and safeguard the historic Hill House, is an example of classic Glasgow style designed by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This solution protects the building from environmental elements to prolong its future for generations to enjoy.