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In the master bedroom, a removable window provides egress, as required by code.
On the desk in the master bedroom, two Philippe Starck fly swatters sit aside a Tolomeo lamp from Artemide.
The house has what some architects would call an upside-down plan, with living spaces upstairs and bedrooms below.
Now home to a hillside resort town, the lake of Valle de Bravo was formed in 1946, in one of president Miguel Alemán’s...
The pool and outdoor hot tub bounce green light off the roof hanging over the back terrace, creating a lush environment.
The disjunction between each pavilion is most visible from a rear view, which reveals the variety of materials used,...
Oversized knobs add a whimsical touch to the kitchen, where a pendant designed by Johanna Grawunder—who worked with...
A glass atrium holds together four of the six pavilions that make up the home.
“The outlook from the kitchen and main house entry is directly into the two northern facing courtyards,” O’Neill said.
The main entrance sits on the second floor, accessible by a back staircase that Nakasi says is meant to “raise...
Nick’s father, Glenn Murcutt, insists on banks of sliding windows, louvers, and fly screens to allow for both natural...
Coastal, on a hill, and made from inexpensive materials, the Ferguson house is a catalog of moving surfaces and open...
Hernandez and Surratt relax in the living room, which is enlivened by the house’s internal topography.
The family room contains furniture reminiscent of Ligne Roset’s Togo collection and a CH 07 egg-carton lamp by...
In the living area, a 2010 Vertigo lamp by Constance Guisset hangs above a 1974 Gijs Bakker Strip table; the residents...
Just off an internal courtyard, a mudroom provides a prime place to keep sneakers.
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