Contemporary Exterior With Steel Stairs and Concrete Planters
This custom project was built as the clients' "forever home." The uniquely designed entry system leads the visitor to four separate landings as the stairs wind around and turn from concrete to "floating steel" stairs towards the top. The concrete was formed to give it a unique detail, and there are two integrated planters along the way up as well. Inside, the home offers a three-stop elevator, two-sided fireplace, 26' exposed steel I-beam, spa-like master bath and hand fabricated custom perforated steel handrails.
Home Exterior: Oceanfront Contemporary in Osprey, Fla.
This incredible contemporary glass dwelling, created by New York architect Toshiko Mori, is a rectangular structure elevated on pilings to capture water views of both the Gulf of Mexico and Little Sarasota Bay.
Contemporary Home Exterior With Southwestern Landscaping
HGTV Dream Home 2010 landscape designer Tom Holmes grouped plants and boulders in vignettes that would lead the eye through the yard. Flowering crabapple trees and an assortment of conifers add color and structure to the landscape.
At the 2012 HGTV Dream Home, the finished landscaping, inspired by indigenous meadow grasses, caps the exterior design of this exquisite modern rustic ranch home. The beautiful 4000-square-foot home, located in Park City, Utah, was designed to resemble a family compound expanded over time.
Tucked in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, this stunning contemporary home boasts sweeping views across its 93 secluded acres. The property is five minutes from the world renown Ventana Canyon Resort and Country Club in Tucson, AZ.
Contemporary Cement Home With Cantilevered Guest Room
This contemporary home's floor-to-ceiling steel and glass doors allow for seamless indoor/outdoor living. On the top floor, a cantilevered guest bedroom overlooks views of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles.
Attractive Home Brick Exterior With Concrete Walkway, Wood Garage Doors and Glass Window Paneling
A front courtyard doubles as an opportunity to enhance curb appeal and define the entry sequence as a unique experience. A concrete walkway steps up from the driveway and meets in the front yard to move toward the front door. Uncovered windows allow the warm indoor lighting to be visible outside connecting the interior and exterior.