In the heart of Mount Pleasant’s brewery district, just a short walk away from a variety of restaurants and breweries, you’ll find the Mecca. This double-height, Insane Vancouver Loft is most probably the largest unit in the building.
A concrete house may seem an odd choice for a family of four. But for Pedro Reyes, Carla Fernández and their two young children, there are few spaces sweeter than their sprawling Brutalist abode. At first glance, it’s a sea of gray. But a closer look and a half-hour’s conversation reveals its playful peculiarities – and its purpose.
Located in the heart of the Japanese capital, the unique Tokyo Loft was painted in white and refurbished to add to its phenomenal appeal. When the studio got to work on the project, the architects soon realized how the attic of the building with long, sloping ceilings and raw interior could be converted into a decorative space.
This distinctive contemporary, designed by Roland E. Coate, Jr., offers sweeping views of the ocean, islands and mountains. Multitalented comedy genius Steve Martin putting his striking glass and concrete contemporary house in the mountains above Montecito on the open market.
There’s no more familiar symbol of New York grit than the exposed rooftop water tank. In the chic stretches of the Upper East Side, though, the utilitarian tends to get dressed up, and prewar buildings typically have their tanks elegantly encased in towers that match the architecture below. This Penthouse in a Water Tower is such an example.
Elysium Penthouse – vaulted cathedral ceilings and jaw dropping 360 degree views characterize this three-level penthouse located in the Grace Tower building in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Inside this modern urban home, things get dizzying. The “Elysium” apartment has a total surface of 4700 square ft, accommodating three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a glass wine cellar, swimming pool, fitness room, seven private terraces and a lounge area.