When you live right on the beach, you want to make sure you accent your views. That’s exactly what the architects at Oscar Gonzalez Moix did with this house in Paracas, Peru. The first level of the home features a transparent them that allows you to take advantage of the views from every angle. Mission well-accomplished guys.
Live in California, and in need of a new dwelling? Well, if you got the bankroll to blow through, then you should look at this place. The Stunt Road Compound is located in Calabasas, CA, on 44 acres of land. The pad is made of steel-reinforced concrete & is partially buried in the Santa Monica Mountains. It can be all yours for just a shade under $4.5 million. Check the listing here.
Having solid coffee table books is a must. Having a dope book like this that’s filled with amazing photography & artworks of getaway homes? Clutch. The hardcover book called “Cabins” is filled with 460+ pages that are sure to not disappoint. It’s currently available for pre-order here.
The houses we find never cease to amaze me. This house in Amchit, Lebanon is certainly no different. The views of the Mediterranean are absolutely breath-taking to say the least. BLANKPAGE Architects developed the beach home by layering wooden decks & mixing that with a minimal steel structure. I know you have the open sea just in front of you, but that lap pool? So dope.
It’s official, LeBron James is cutting all ties with Miami. Obviously he’s in Cleveland now, but he recently decided to make it a clean break by listing his Miami home. For $17 million this beautiful home can be all yours. Check out the listing here.
This has got to be one of the dopest bachelor pads that we’ve ever laid eyes on. I don’t know much about Istanbul, other than it’s the largest city in Turkey, and that this extremely baller loft is located there. Just look at these photos, everything from the decor to the layout, just amazing.
Photographer, Philipp Lohöfener, was recently given access to this abandoned prison in Berlin. The prison was also a former secret police hub. These pictures definitely look eerily creepy, but I guess that’s about the norm with abandoned architecture. Visit Philipp’s website here.
Tired of your boring, basic-ass basement? Do what Redditor Kelhans did and transform that shit into a work of art. This guy renovated his entire basement to look like an old hunting cabin. The materials he used only cost him $107. He used reclaimed wood that to create the walls, installed a fake roof, created a fake window with a view and even added a faux fireplace.
I’ve never seen Obi-Wan Kenobi’s house, but if I had to guess, it would probably look just like this place. This pad, which is located in Korea, was designed by Moon Hoon to look like a spaceship. The interior is a little less modern than the exterior but it’s very nice nonetheless. One of the coolest features is probably the floor-to-ceiling bookshelf that doubles as a secret door. Take a closer look at the residence below.
I don’t know how you would get any work done in an office life this. The Stance Socks headquarters are filled with everything you need to distract yourself from the boring responsibilities of your job. They’ve got a fully stocked kitchen, mini ramp, driving range, and a basketball court. I’ve just got one question for you Stance, are you guys hiring?
Mcclean Design Architects is the firm behind this glorious pad that overlooks the Los Angeles basin. There’s actually three separate buildings on the property including the main luxury villa, a glass garage, and the guest house. It’s located in one of Los Angeles’ most famed neighborhoods & it’s just minutes away from Sunset Strip.
This is actually a 40-year-old house located in Hong Kong that was recently given a complete makeover. Millimeter Interior Design Limited is the firm behind the recent facelift, and I’d say they did an incredible job. The house now looks like it’s from the future, and also sports some nice, sustainable features. They installed large solar panels on the roof of the home to provide a source of natural power to water heaters, lighting, and backup batteries.