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.
In the heart of Los Angeles’s Hancock Park, this 4,500-square-foot home, which bridges 65 feet of natural stream, was designed and built with innovative and sustainable techniques.
On Melrose Avenue, the New Fettle-designed Olivetta Restaurant Mixes Mediterranean Elegance With the Playfulness of West Hollywood Located…
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.
At the helm of his eponymous public relations company specializing in fashion, Bryan Smith exists in a world where style is everything. His home is no exception. Enter designer Kerry Vasquez.