Impressive Malibu residence with indoor glass pool

This impressive and striking residence is located in Malibu, California, USA and it was designed by Associados . It’s a modern residence with an attractive design and a colorful interior décor. The walls, ceilings and floor are painted either white or beige throughout the house thus creating the impression of an even larger space. In order to compensate for that, vivid colors have been used here and there.

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The interior design features straight clean lines, an element specific to contemporary architecture. The materials used for the interior décor are mostly leather, velvet, metal and glass. The furniture is composed especially of Italian creations and there are some pieces acquired at auctions in New York. These pieces really stand out, like the Campana Brothers’ chair and the curvy stainless steel sofa by Ron Arad for example.

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The décor with the stylish furniture and the modern art from the walls is beautiful but the most striking element is by far the indoor pool. Including it into the design wasn’t easy but in the end everything worked out ok. The pool is directly connected to the terrace and from there it seems like a huge glass box filled with water. There’s an interesting external staircase that connects the terrace to the master, another difficult element that required lots of planning.