30 posts tagged modern
30 posts tagged modern
Colliding at the intersection of modernism and sculpturism is “The Gelner Residence,” an award-winning design by architect Patrick Tighe, AIA.
Henman House by Ed Niles in Malibu Canyon serves up sublime views of the Santa Monica Mountains and beyond.
“The Crescent" by architect Wallace Cunningham
The unique modern by Ed Niles combines sprawling panoramic views of Somis with soaring ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass to create a voluminous space bathed in natural light.
This contemporary design in Dallas by Lionel Morrison of Morrison Dilworth + Walls resembles an extraterrestrial corral or an ultramodern sports arena.
Looking to get away this winter season? This modern retreat on Founders Ridge at Martis Camp strikes us as an ideal place take in some fresh mountain air and unwind in front of a roaring fire.
West Coast style meets East Coast locale in today’s architecturally awesome showcase, where an unquestionably rad example of “California Contemporary” design resides in our Nation’s capital.
Topping a half-acre promontory in Beverly Hills is this curving glass-and-steel contemporary by renowned architect Ed Niles.
Vertical lines and vaulted spaces collide in this post and beam design by Kenneth Lind.
A Glass House on Boulders in Boulder, Colo., by New York-based architect Thomas Phifer.
This ultra-modern abode designed by Jova Daniels Busby stretches towards the sky with an impressive five-story spiral staircase.
Holy Monday, thank you Tom Phifer and Partners. Taking away our back-to-work blues this fine afternoon is a stunning modern compound in Taghkanic, NY designed by the New York-based architectural firm. Appropriately named the “Taghkanic House,” Phifer’s award-winning modern construct, which has been listed for $6.75 million, is an elaborate modern mash-up of glass and steel, but one that takes a rather ingenious, subterranean twist.
This 6-bed, 5-bath contemporary design really is a beauty. From the bucolic settings, to the fresh interiors, to the fact that the property’s 1.4 acres is zoned for horses, this house has ample ability to make jaws drop. Set in the canyons above Los Angeles, CA, the home was designed to make the most of its peaceful surroundings. The outdoors are warmly welcomed in through abundant windows and semi-transparent fiberglass walls, which admit light while still preserving privacy.
When Leonardo da Vinci said that “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” I highly doubt he was speaking of mid-century Danish design. But there the truth lies: the clean, uncluttered lines of Denmark have become the ultimate in elegant sophistication. As a testament to this trustworthy statement, take a seat in these pivotal works by four of Denmark’s most well-known mid-century designers.