- Garden Furniture Paola Lenti – art meets modern design
- kitchen design at its best – modern kitchen program Arredo Cucine
- Rustic wall cladding wood – panels of Wonderwall Studios
- Pool in the garden or in the house build – 105 pictures of swimming pools
- Maritime-look – furniture design with rope knot
- Asian rattan furniture – room divider Bilik and bench Bubu
- Modern bathroom renovation idea, planning and design of Minosa Design
- Summer decoration for your home ensures relaxation and a holiday mood
- Dining Room Loft
- Kitchen counter with bricks
Contemporary residence as a time machine in the desert of California
Perhaps you think that the desert is said mildly rude and shaped the lives of people. You should reconsider! The desert has many faces who want to discover more and more adventurous. The deserts have become very popular travel places where you might put his physical and mental endurance to the test. In the desert to build a home, it may seem unnecessary, but it was for the team ambitious architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg and designer John Vurgin a unique challenge. To complete the project for a modern residence, it was necessary a decade.
Contemporary house blends in with the surrounding environment
California Desert House was built on behalf of the artist Bev Doolittle and her husband. The family has put the owner specifying a unique and spectacular. The result is an undisputed architectural masterpiece, and offers an exclusive and ultra-modern desert landscape of California. Futuristic structure is estimated at $ 3 million.
Residential building in desert colors
This impressive residence is prehistoric and futuristic at the same time - almost like a time machine, it offers a journey through time. In part, it is reminiscent of the houses of the series "The Flintstones", but much more modern. Of course, life in the desert is not as difficult as you thought. This modern residence was designed in the colors of the desert and blends in with its environment.California Desert House by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg
House at the forefront in the California desert is reminiscent of a prehistoric beast in deep sleep, a lone giant dinosaur skeleton. At a stone's throw from Joshua Tree National Park removed, the houses of residence contemporary design behind panels ribbed cast concrete living environment attractive and ultra-modern, safe from the harsh nature.
Avantgadistische house in the desert impressed skeleton design
Among the unusual details within a building is an "umbrella" to see the dining room, which consists of 800 pieces of frosted glass. The bedroom has a sink at the foot bronze absolute highlight.
Modern house set on a rocky hill
Spectacular Desert House
View of the desert landscape
Construction of the characteristic rib
The entrance is just as spectacular
See terrace overlooks the environment
Design house like a dinosaur deep sleep
Modern residence invites you to a journey through time