A California residence with romantic Mediterranean influences by Whipple Russell Architects. This would be the short description of this wonderful project finished in 2000, called Mandeville Canyon, a horse ranch with a very contemporary approach. The architecture is rectangular and pretty plain, but it’s the warm brick-red color that puts the house in the spotlight.
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Five villas inspired by the wonderful natural setting, located in Bodrum, Turkey, overlook the Hebil Bay are part of the Hebil 157 Houses project completed in 2013 by Aytac Architects. The reminiscences of the antic Kos volcano which was once located near the place where the villas are built today have had a strong impact
You’d expect to see this home with lovely Mediterranean features somewhere near the Mediterranean Sea. Yet, the Hibiscus Island Home is located in the sunny Miami, Florida, fitting perfectly into the warm scenery, bringing at the same time a new interesting flair through the white interiors reminding of the style mentioned above. Although the living
Blanco de Ibiza is all you’d expect from a relaxing holiday. I don’t know about the lucky possessors, but I do know I’d like to live here on a normal basis. Warm, breezy atmosphere, with stunning views over the blue horizons from the clear sky and wonderful Mediterranean Sea are exactly what you need to
White means elegance, purity and cleanness. And the Pure White House expresses all that and even more. Taking a modern approach, with large spaces illuminated by the natural light coming through the big windows, the residence situated in Granada, Andalusia leaves signs of astonishment on our faces. Comfty couches in the living room, with a
When two artists meet and become husband and wife, it’s for sure that their home has to be special. Situated in Mandeville Canyon, California, the Xanadu Ranch, as them two named the house presented in the pictures below, is a mix of what every one of them wanted. Contemporary with Mediterranean style gather in a
Along the waterfront of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a great estate shows. The huge property of 17,000 square feet and 31 rooms is more like a museum, where you can admire the details so closely, gathering an imposing Mediterranean style. Space isn’t a problem and high ceilings, combined with strong accents of wood, marble and stone