The curving glass walls of this Lugano, Switzerland, home showcase a view of sleek, whitewashed interiors and custom, modern furnishings. The house, designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni, comprises a U-shaped glass pavilion on a terraced floor. The surrounding hardscape echoes its curves.
The curving glass walls of this modern Switzerland home tie the sleek interiors with the surrounding courtyard and offer views of beautiful Lake Lugano and surrounding mountains. The house is designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni.
A tall, white fence encircles this sleekly modern home, affording privacy for its glass-walled interiors. The 3,658-square-foot home has views of Switzerland's Lake Lugano. The home is designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni.
Bleached wood and glass give this bedroom in Lugano, Switzerland, a clean, crisp serenity that's in tune with the natural surroundings. Cove lighting casts the room in a warm glow, while built-in storage and furnishings keep the space simple, minimal and zen.
The U-shaped design of this modern home in Lugano, Switzerland, is complemented by the undulating lines of the courtyards that surround it. Glass walls open the 3,658-square-foot structure to views of Lake Lugano and surrounding mountains.
A long, modern dining table surrounded by Eames molded plastic side chairs has a view to the courtyard surrounding this modern, glass-walled house on Lake Lugano, Switzerland. The 3,658-square-foot structure was designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni and completed in 2010.
A white hardscape and white fencing surrounds this sleek, glass-walls home in Lugano, Switzerland, creating a sleek, minimal home with a harmonious design inside and out. The house is designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni.
This glowing, glass-walled home seems to float above its perch overlooking Lake Lugano in Switzerland, just five minutes from the Italian border. The modern, minimal structure features curving walls and streamlined interiors. It was designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni.
Sculpted glass walls and modern lines characterize this luxury home in Lugano, Switzerland, which is designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni. The 3,658-square-foot home has views of Lake Lugano and surrounding mountains.
Wood and glass sheathe the exterior of this unique, custom home in California. Sweeping windows set into the structure's geometric facade exhibit traits of international style, while the building itself is custom-fit to its urban corner lot.
Other than a few big, strong columns, Wood House has practically no walls. Its boldness swirls around the concept of openness; a see-through concept like nothing you’ve seen before. The kitchen opens up to the interior gardens, living spaces and indoor/outdoor swimming pool.
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 clean-lined, modern house is composed of a mix of natural materials that tie the home to its rugged hillside setting, with large glass expanses that expose the interiors to the stunning views. Geometric lines characterize the facade, with cantilevered rooflines that help provide shelter from the sun and elements.