Matt Berman, one of the founding principals of New York-based Workshop/APD, is a believer in the transformative power of good design demostrated in this former miner’s cabin.
It is the second project designed by Stuart Silk Architects for this couple with young children, who, for their home in Rancho Mirage (located 10 miles southeast of Palm Springs) dreamt of having open and light-filled spaces that maximized desert and mountain views.
Bringing comfort and inspiration into everyday life is KINTO’s motto. Since its 1972 debut in Hikone, a city in Japan’s Shiga Prefecture, as a wholesaler of porcelain and ceramic tableware, the Japanese brand has added to its portfolio a line of products (tableware, drinkware and interior accessories) to fit the modern lifestyle.
The elegance and functionality of the 12,000-square-foot, six-bedroom home, which is characterized by structures and walls that define exterior courtyards and interior areas, fits the needs of a family.
When you are an architect and you tackle the challenge of designing your own home, it can easily become a little bit of an obsession.
Presenting three projects reflecting the perfect mix between artificial and natural lighting, bold and soft color, and openness and privacy.
Whether represented by a historic hacienda on the west side of the Yucatan Peninsula, a colorful penthouse on the Pacific Coast, or a minimalist home in the country’s bustling capital, Mexico’s high style and creativity have charmed the world. Three properties prove it.
In Washington State, the San Juan Islands—90 miles north of Seattle—are well worth a visit. For some city dwellers, the islands have become a refuge where one can leave the pace of urban living behind for a weekend or longer.
Spread over a 1.5-acre site and surrounded by a field of lava and native grasses, Greg Warner, principal at Walker Warner Architects’ project was inspired by traditional villages of the island, usually organized in loose clusters.
A unique approach guided the design of this 13,000-square-foot oceanside property—with an infinity pool running along its central axis—that belongs to a couple from California.