PHX Architecture designs a new headquarters, called Venue8600, for the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS®. The building features large training rooms, a breakout hall, patios and second-floor administrative offices, as well as a coffee cafe.
Neutral stones, dark woodgrain and white siding create a patchwork exterior on this contemporary home. The mix of finishes works well with the intriguing shapes and levels of the architecture. A concrete walkway makes sharp turns from the driveway to frame the corners of the house.
Contemporary furnishings create contrast when set in a historic home. Designer Shelley Cahan combined a simple, white canopy bed, crisp white trim and olive-toned accents in the bedroom of this 20th century home for a look that is both modern and timeless.
In the courtyard gallery garden at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, landscape designer Megan Van Linda pays homage to the Venice Biennale, the biennial, internationally acclaimed exhibition of contemporary art in Italy. A custom mural by San Francisco artist The Apexer and a modern lounger add contemporary flair to the Italianate architecture of the home.
This room screams traditional style with its raised-panel walls, crown molding, high ceiling and ornate chandelier. But the floral plates hung on the wall, blue settees and matching chesterfield sofas give the space a fun contemporary twist.
Landscaping lighting illuminates the walkway to a home that blends coastal and contemporary architecture. A small seating area with Adirondack chairs is perfect for taking in the sunset or the distant Olympic Mountains.
Custom double bunk beds offer plenty of sleeping space for young guests at this Lake Tahoe ski retreat. Rich, earthy colors fit with the woodsy setting. Clean lines blend with the home's rustic, yet contemporary architecture.
Warm neutral tones and streamline furnishing compliment the lines and feel of the house's contemporary architecture. Natural light and breathtaking views from the walls of glass lend to the expansive feel and airiness of the space.
This open master bedroom boasts a wall of windows looking over the Hollywood Hills. Deep pops of color are meant to be inviting and bold and also help to soften the hard edges of the contemporary architecture.
A unique, angled wood and metal doorway is nestled into a vermillion accent wall, creating a striking foyer that's made even more dramatic with a massive, grid-patterned skylight. Steel beams and metal rails fit with the home's contemporary architecture.
Stepped wooden planters and a mix of grasses, boxwoods and evergreens make this urban deck feel lush and layered. The contemporary architecture and two-toned decking add visual interest, while the landscaping adds height and privacy to the outdoor space.