Built for a young family of Spartan-minded clients, architect Felix Oesch's spare, concrete prefab outside of Zurich is a marvel of clean living.
Persian King Palace: Luxurious Residence Fit For a Royal On Sale in Nevada
Persian King Palace is a majestic residence, spreading over 1 acre in Henderson, Nevada. Completed in 2001, the 2-story project contains 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, and offers mesmerizing views of the surrounding nature through huge glass walls. The property boasts a 1,800-square-foot entertainment balcony, an elevator, a gourmet kitchen, a lavish foyer, a spectacular swimming pool and outdoor living area, as well as a luxurious guest house with 2 bedroom suites, a powder room, a kitchen, a laundry room and a garage. Would you like to experience memorable living? The Palace is now on sale fully-furnished at the price of $11,999,000.
Meticulously cared for by its current owners and featuring a harmonious addition, the Wright-designed home in the town of St. Joseph is now up for grabs.
Designer Kim Kneipp revamps a dark, 1890s home with clever storage solutions and custom joinery made of recycled wood.
This Australian home feels larger than its 645 square feet thanks to white walls, plenty of outdoor connections, and loads of natural light.
A former vicarage, this renovated, 19th-century residence in Cornwall boasts old-meets-new interiors.
In the medieval city of Girona, Catalonia, a Spanish architect saves a 16th-century townhouse by converting it into a five-bedroom rental.
This green-roofed home by Snegiri Architects bows in deference to the enveloping woodlands.
In the Bay Area, a 1950s low-rise home is adapted over time to meet its owner’s lifestyle at every turn.
As if undertaking an archaeological dig, architect Carles Oliver peels back layers of his home over the course of three years.
A clever renovation transforms an irregularly shaped dwelling in Trequanda, Italy, into a tiny retreat that's bursting with character.
Barcelona-based architecture office AMOO transforms a 650-square-foot apartment from the 1920s into a bachelor pad with a focus on light and color.
With partitions that can be endlessly rearranged, the Horizon House by BAUEN Architects goes up against the notion that a home should be static.
Architect Polly Harbison designs an extension for her sister’s home to include a kitchen, a bedroom with an outdoor shower, and wide-open garden views.
A modest weatherboard house receives a playful update to accommodate a family of five in Sydney.
Architecture studio DREAMER revives a century-old dwelling with an addition that optimizes indoor/outdoor flow.
In the former Puppeteers’ Quarter of Sintra, Portugal, REDO Architects sets the stage for an enchanting home that blends old and new.
A new home on the island of Formentera fuses Mediterranean craft with the lay of the land.
Studio Heima’s Aska Cabin offers a minimalist retreat surrounded by geothermal wonders near the northern shore of Lake Mývatn in Iceland.
Perched nearly 300 feet above sea level, Casa Panal braces for high winds while framing riveting views of the Pacific Ocean.
Double Roof House in Ho Chi Minh City opens onto a front courtyard that holds the family’s drink stall business.