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Cozy And Sophisticated Ski Resort Featuring Spectacular Views

Located in the Yellowstone Club in Montana, this residence was built and designed by Reid Smith Achitects & Teton Heritage Builders. Its name is the Lower Foxtail Residence and it has become a part of the residential club, ski and golf resort. It blends beautifully into the landscape thanks to its simple and transparent design that reflects the views.

The interior is, as expected, very cozy, warm and inviting. It’s decorated with dark tones and natural materials such as stone and wood with add warmth to every room.

The contrast between the cold outdoors and the indoors becomes strong and obvious once you step inside. Although it seems transparent and not that well insulated from the outside, this house of glass surprises with its sophisticated and cozy interior.


Classic Italian Manor Surrounded By Gorgeous Landscape

Situated in Umbria, the green heart of Italy, this beautiful manor was originally built hundreds of years ago. It used to be a farmhouse until 2004 when it got renovated and transformed. The manor, known as Casa Bramasole, has been renovated with great care as to preserve as much of the original character as possible. The result was this beautiful old look with a few modern twists.

The interior of the manor is a nice mix of old and new. The original brickwork has been preserved along with the exposed wooden beams and lots of other elements. Combined with modern furniture they all look stunning. Inside there’s a beautiful fireplace that makes the atmosphere feel very warm and inviting. The living area features exposed brick walls, leather couches and a lovely antique desk.


Century-old Barcelona Residence With Lots Of Personality

This is Casa Jes, a house located in Barcelona, Spain which has been restored and partially redesigned. It’s a century-old building with lots of character and personality. Designed by Nook Architects, the house still features most of its original architecture which has been preserved intact during the restoration. The building has a double façade. One is facing the street while the other is oriented towards the interior courtyard.

Everything except the kitchen and the bathroom was kept intact. These two spaces have been updated to the 90’s, so the styles are not that different. The layout of the house had to be reorganized a little.


Bright And Transparent House Perched On A Small Site Over The Ocean

This stunning house was built in 2012 in Sydney, Australia. It was designed and built by Rolf Ockert Design for a client that wanted a place where every day would feel like a holiday. The site on which the house is situated is small and surrounded by neighboring buildings. However, it’s perched high over the Pacific Ocean and this allows it to offer stunning and panoramic views.

Even though the site is tiny and has buildings around it, the house feels like there’s nothing there but the sky and the ocean. It’s a feeling given by the design and the openness of the structure. When designing the house, the architects were restricted by the conditions on the site.


A Narrow Home With A Small Courtyard

When there’s very little space to work with on a site, most people wouldn’t even think of adding a courtyard to the design of their home. It’s why we were so surprised by this tiny residence from Melbourne, Australia.

The house is very small but, even so, the site still had room for an internal courtyard. The project was designed by Edwards Moore and the residence is constructed in such a way that the courtyard connects all the rooms in the house.

Named Dolls House, the structure is the smallest house on the street. It used to be a workers cottage until it got transformed and converted into this tiny and cozy private home.


Modern Country Villa Featuring A Spacious And Sunny Interior Courtyard

Located in Palma de Mallorca on the Balearic Islands, Spain, this designed country house impresses with its clean and modern design that perfectly matches the surroundings. The house was built on a 17,000 square meter plot in a quiet and tranquil area. The house itself covers an area of 409 square meters and it was completed in 2012.

The modern villa was a project by the architects from EcoDesignFinca. Great emphasis was placed on quality and materials as well as on technology.The villa has an H shape on one level and large windows with views of the interior courtyard.

The interior living space measures 400 square meters and it’s divided into a large entrance hall with piano, a modern kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a master bedroom with dressing room, an en-suite bathroom, a spa with sauna, a Jacuzzi room, an office, a guest bathroom and a utility room.


18th Century Water Mill Restored And Transformed Into A Charming Home

This wonderful 18th century water mill is situated in Corwen, North Wales and it has been recently restored. Designed by The DMD Group, the mill sits amongst 3 acres of woodland and it features beautiful ad peaceful views. On the site, you can find a stunning garden and a series of cascading waterfalls.

The entrance features an oak sliding door that reveals an open plan living area. This space is connected to a balcony overlooking a 4 meter waterfall.The open plan also contains a spacious kitchen and breakfast room.

Sliding doors also reveal a beautiful outdoor deck. A floating oak staircase leads to the first floor with is also an open plan space. Here you can admire views over the waterfall. The exposed beams add depth to the high ceilings and also make the space feel warm and inviting.


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