From the courtyard, views extend straight through the home to the other side of the structure.
Mirrored panels clad the ceiling above this textured axis—from the outdoor water feature to the interior stone...
The east-west axis passes through the entry foyer and culminates in a cantilevered glass study.
A break in the concrete facade reveals the front entrance, which is marked by a thin steel canopy and two chimneys.
The window in one of the upstairs bedrooms horizontally frames the view.
Texture, light, and a pureness of materiality turn the bathroom into a balanced composition.
The finish palette in the bathroom relates to the kitchen for consistency.
The kitchen's new position takes advantage of morning light.
The Danish designer explains, “Loop is Loop for so for many reasons—it represents a circle in design, it looks back at...
The Loop collection was created by Danish designer Henrik Pedersen and features a sleek, Scandinavian profile with...
This waterfront prefab was renovated to better capture sea views.
The dining room opens to a raised outdoor deck.
The staircase was moved to be more prominently featured in the home's renovation.
A cream-colored Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams sectional designates the living area in this open concept, as does a Kochi...
The industrial bar stools in the minimalist kitchen were purchased at ABC Home.
Teak shelves were used in the entryway to display the owners' art collection and souvenirs from abroad.
Lanscape designer Jack Kiesel opted to use succulents in the front garden for their low water use, a plus in Southern...