The subtle masculinity of the condo also includes elements of Zen and relaxation, whether it's the ultra deep sofa created for many to enjoy at once or the oversized swivel chairs in the main room. If someone is ever lucky enough to see this high-rise jewel, it may not be a bad idea to toast the town from the fourteen-foot custom bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. Viva Las Vegas!
Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations. These components are what make innovation and finesse ooze from the space. To complete the captivating design in Las Vegas' Mandarin Oriental, décor was flown in from all corners of the globe, giving the condo a worldly feel in a city known as the world's playground.
Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations in this high rise condo. These components are what make innovation and finesse ooze from the space.
The custom built lounger sofa measures at ten feet wide by six feet deep, plenty of room for one (or several) to lie down without their feet touching the ground. The oversized swivel chairs are wide enough for two to three people to enjoy at once.
A symmetrical, low water landscape works well with the Las Vegas climate. The modern home's exterior includes an outer mesh screen around the top portion to filter the direct sunlight and keep the outdoor space a little bit cooler.
A favorite feature of this high rise condo kitchen is the full size keg with brass gold hardware. If someone is ever lucky enough to see this high-rise jewel, it may not be a bad idea to toast the town from the fourteen-foot custom bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. Viva Las Vegas!
Low water plants such as agave and cacti work well for this Las Vegas home's landscape. An outer mesh screen on the upper level and covered courtyard below encourage the homeowners to enjoy the outdoors, even in the heat.
The pool house is alongside Bear’s Best golf course at the base of a mountain with views to the Las Vegas Strip. The site is split by a dramatic level change by a berm from the front to back of the site. The design fits into the berm, enabling a lower level that benefits from natural daylighting. The views culminate in a rooftop deck which offers unrestricted views to the mountains, course and valley below.
This modern home lies at the foothills of the Redrock Mountains in a master planned community in southwest Las Vegas. The design departs from the traditional U-shaped desert courtyard home by dividing the home into two components linked through an elevated courtyard. The design works with the existing contours of the house to screen the view of the Las Vegas valley upon entry to the property, drawing guests across a bridge over the site to the elevated courtyard which serves as the exterior living room for the home, where the view to the strip is exposed. This space splits the home into two parts, creating a main house, with a living room and master suite, and a guest house,with a family theatre and guest bedrooms.