Villa de Martini, a 6,119-square-foot Italianate home located on Telegraph Hill, plays host to the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase featuring the Bay Area's top interior designers. The home features four floors and unobstructed views of Alcatraz, Treasure Island, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marina District.
Hill Country Apothecary is a compounding pharmacy in Lakeway, TX. It features a central compounding lab which is glazed to allow for patrons to view their prescriptions as they are crafted by hand on-site. The lab, which includes all the latest technology, was created as a vignette inside the building. Indoor air and light quality were designed to take advantage of simple, sustainable and natural materials resulting in clean spaces to serve and be served in.
This midcentury ranch home sits on top of a hill, thus minimizing the view of structural roof items that would normally be visible. A large expanse of grass is broken up by large stones as well as a walkway made from large stone slabs.
A spacious white sectional provides a stylish and relaxing spot to enjoy a movie or take in the stunning Beverly Hills view through a lovely picture window. A skylight above floods the space in natural light, taking advantage of the gorgeous California sunshine.
Overlooking the couple's private access to the ocean, designers created a sunroom that could be used all year long. Large windows all around the room allow the view to pour into the space, giving the homeowners and guests the feeling that they are on the ocean, even when they are sitting indoors.
A zero-edge infinity pool with indulgence surrounds, a refreshing swim and the sounds of soothing water as it flows relaxing your mind and body. Your eyes drift to the pool's edge with amazing views of the hills.
A stone terrace outside the great room of this home overlooks an infinity pool and a view of western California hills. A well-placed pair of chaise longues perch beneath a patio roof for protection from the elements.
Located just sixteen miles outside of Boston, this newly built Lighthouse style home elegantly pays deference to the Manor Home farther up the hill, while still being casual enough to compliment the property's other summer cottage next door. The two lower structures, the Lighthouse and the summer cottage, share an intimate garden that is tucked away behind the stone retaining wall.
This 12-acre property included a small, existing 1960s contemporary house. The owners bought the property after seeing the wide-open views across the open fields and distant hills. Though they wanted a farmhouse, they chose to keep the existing contemporary structure for use as a pool house and built a new traditional house next to it, connecting the two buildings with a 40-foot buried tunnel. The new farmhouse has three bedrooms and two baths on the second floor, plus a large guest suite on the third level.
The front of this elegant, modern house is made of mostly glass so that the homeowner can enjoy the view of the Hill Country that their home overlooks. Exterior lighting and a large patio with steps make the home's access to its hilly surroundings much easier to navigate, further connecting this home with its beautiful environment.
Relax in this modern, round soaking tub and take in all the views of the ocean in this luxurious master bathroom. Large glass doors provide an unobstructed view to the plush, neutral bedroom with sliding glass doors that open to the balcony.
Sliding glass doors disappear to create a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors in this marvelous master bedroom. A large plush area rug keeps the space neutral between the cushy chaise sofa and the bed, and the glass balcony provides unobstructed views of the water and the downtown skyline.