This remarkable contemporary home located on Coronado Island in San Diego uses split-level, cantilevered architecture in stark white to grab attention. Terraces, balconies and large windows keep the residence firmly connected to its gorgeous setting.
Different levels of roof cantilever out and over this stately stone patio, creating pockets of shade and comfortable gathering spots. The layering of the stone wall exterior echoes that of the roof and the patio steps.
This remarkable home fits gracefully into its surrounding desert landscape with stucco walls and stone tile walkways. The roof is broken up into separate segments, some of which are arched cantilevers, leaving sightlines open inside.
A wall of glass connects the open-concept living space of this Mid-Century Modern-inspired home with its outdoor entertaining area. A long, narrow pool follows the lines of the architecture, and the cantilevered roof provides shelter for the modern patio.
This incredible outdoor space has all the razzle dazzle of a futuristic fantasy. Decks and terraces are cantilevered atop one another. The infinity pool gets underwater cube stools and purple lighting.
This modern home is situated to take great advantage of its leafy, sunny site. Broad windows capture a view of tall trees and rolling terrain. A cantilevered deck adds design interest and outdoor living space.
This wooded 3-acre site overlooks the rocky shoreline of Lake Superior. The 2,000 square-foot cabin cantilevers out toward the water, with a 40-foot long glass wall facing the spectacular beauty of the lake.