Bali-inspired Home Offers A Peaceful Oasis In The Arizona Desert

Bali-Inspired Home-Calvis Wyant-01-1 KindesignReflecting a contemporary desert style, this Bali-inspired home was designed by custom home builder Calvis Wyant Luxury Homes, located in Scottsdale, Arizona. The homeowners were inspired by modern resorts in Indonesia, wishing for indoor-outdoor living spaces for entertaining. They wanted the home to have a tropical feel both indoors and out. Their family-oriented neighborhood required this […] Read More

Lodge Style Home Blends Rustic-contemporary In Martis Camp

Home Plate Lodge was designed in 2015 by Ward-Young Architecture & Planning, located in the private community of Martis Camp, Truckee, California. The residence is nestled on a steep property, where the architects were limited by usable area to build (40 percent of the lot was on a slope of 30 percent or more). For the […] Read More

Loft-like Modern Treehouse Features Luminous Interiors In LA

The home of a Hollywood writer and his family, this mid-century inspired dwelling was designed by Abramson Teiger Architects, located in Los Angeles, California. Consisting of 6,000 square feet, this pad serves as both a place for the writer to be creatively inspired and as a playful refuge for his wife and children. The site of this […] Read More

Beachfront Hideaway With Luxurious Yet Relaxing Atmosphere In Sagaponack

This stunning beachfront hideaway was designed by Ike Kligerman Barkley, located in Sagaponack, a village in Eastern Long Island, New York. The waterfront property presents a perfect balance of “fully expressed shingle classicism outside, and a spare, cool modernity within. The shingled exterior borrows details from historic architecture, while interior spaces are distinctly modern, combining understatement […] Read More

Magnificent Shingle-style Beach House Overlooking The Atlantic Ocean

This modern shingle-style beach house was designed by Ike Kligerman Barkley is nestled on a hillside overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in New England, Massachusetts. The architect fondly calls this home “the upside down house”, as it is arranged with the main living spaces on the upper level and the private—bedroom zones, on the lower level. This also allows […] Read More