There is something about the desert that makes you want to spend time relaxing, observing and exploring. The colors and smells of the landscape, and the harsh yet beautiful environment where life surprisingly exists, among rocks and cacti, all contribute to this fascination. The architecture and interior design of these hospitality and residential projects perfectly capture the unique character of deserts across the West and Southwest.
Designing a movie star experience in Beverly Hills by developer and designer Daphna Ziman, president of TV network CINÉMOI offering immaculate views with a modernist art deco touch on over 10,270 square feet, with 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms.
With an abundance of natural light inside and a mature garden outside, the property 4021 Mandeville Canyon sits on a lot of over 30,000 square feet, immediately convinced the homeowner—an interior designer—to transform it into an indoor-outdoor sanctuary.
On view through July 24, 2021, this exhibition showcases new and site-specific contemporary art and design works by 18 international artists taking place in Luss House, the former residence of Gerald Luss in Ossining, New York.
In addition to its airy and contemporary apartments, penthouses, and townhouses (ranging from $3.5 to $5.5 million), Gardenhouse has the nation’s largest living art wall at 6,700 square feet.
Inspired by the refined style of historic houses situated in Cannes or Antibes, in the south of France, the estate features white and beige interiors with colorful touches thanks to contemporary artworks.
Spread over 11,583 square feet, it comprises an impressive double-height foyer and entry hall with floor-to-ceiling windows, a cascading water wall, and greenery, immediately reflecting the high level of design and craftsmanship.
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Architecture firms Clayton Korte and Moule & Polyzoides, and Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, along with Fulk, collaborated on the Commodore Perry Estate a unique project, honoring its historic components both inside and out.
Idyllic and peaceful, the natural landscape on which this 3,600-square-foot contemporary home sits is one of the elements that makes the project unique.