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A Top Secret Bed

Katie Loves …the genius of this custom hideaway bed. I’d raise a floor for that kind of multipurpose perfection! Photo: Lucky Pony

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贅沢な空間・贅沢な時、、、ああ、幸せでした。。目線の景色はこれ、緑しか目に入りません。本当は木枠の湯船なんだけど、温泉成分で鍾乳洞みたいになってます(笑)圧巻は...

✔️ Amazing Modern Glass House Design Ideas From Modern Style Houses 18 Modern Glass House, Glass House Design, Modern Houses, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Interior Architecture, Water House, Floating House, My Dream Home

The Watervilla Kortenhoef, located in the Netherlands, offers residents a panoramic view of the lakefront, as nearly every square foot of the exterior walls are glass.

Double sided couch This modern living room has two sides, one that looks out towards the water, and the other that enjoys the fireplace and views of the rear deck and swimming pool. Interior And Exterior Angles, Interior Design, Garage Guest House, Dream House Exterior, Coastal Living, Ideal Home, Luxury Homes, House Plans, Home And Family

This Hillside Home In New Zealand Was Designed To Capture The Amazing Ocean Views

Borrmeister Architects have designed the Scarborough Home, a modern family home that's located on a steep hillside and has views of Sumner in New Zealand.

The famous house from 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' 80's movie, where Cameron wrecked his dad's Ferrari! The main house is a four-bedroom steel and glass box designed in 1953 by James Speyer, a student of modernist pioneer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. About 40 feet from it, cantilevered over the edge of a wooded ravine, is the smaller building, the one featured in the movie, an equally boxy 1974 design by Speyer's student David Haid. 80s Interior Design, Interior Exterior, Ferris Bueller House, Green Architecture, Architecture Design, Glass House Design, Long House, Small Buildings, Spanish House

The famous house from 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' 80's movie, where Cameron wrecked his dad's Ferrari! The main house is a four-bedroom steel and glass box designed in 1953 by James Speyer, a student of modernist pioneer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. About 40 feet from it, cantilevered over the edge of a wooded ravine, is the smaller building, the one featured in the movie, an equally boxy 1974 design by Speyer's student David Haid.

This modern living room with its bluestone fireplace, the kitchen and the dining room all share the same open space. Open Kitchen And Living Room, Open Space Living, Dining Room, Kitchen Dining, Modern Spaces, Living Room Modern, Living Room Designs, Modern Fireplace, Living Room With Fireplace

This Home Has A Mirrored Shed That Almost Blends Into Its Surroundings

ALTUS Architecture + Design have designed a modern house in Woodland, Minnesota, that seeks to quietly integrate into its surroundings.

A large wooden dining table with bench seating creates a relaxed dining environment in this home. Steel Frame House, Steel House, Modern Tropical House, Tropical Houses, Steel Building Homes, Building A House, Container House Plans, Villa Design, Glass House

The Contemporary Tropical House is Completely Open to the Outside

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Glass House - created as a concept to showcase Italian company Santambrogio’s glass furniture line, from the mind of architect Carlo Santambrogio and designer Enno Arosic [found at: Design Milk] Architecture Design, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Interiors, Italy Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Glass House Design, House Of Glass, Modern Glass House

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