During her successful career, Jennifer Aniston starred in so many films and TV series that she has every right to rest in her secluded paradise place. Moreover, she already has one – a stunning villa in Los Angeles, which she shares with her husband and actor Justin Theroux. Recently, Jennifer invited journalists to her breathtaking home and we have the opportunity to stroll through the rooms of this star dwelling. Enjoy the tour!
It’s amazing how the architecture of this contemporary residence in the suburbs of Stockholm has only 4 parallel concrete walls, which are connected by glass partitions to form interior spaces! Such a structure helped to maximally open the house to natural light and nature, and also virtually clear the boundaries between interiors and the environment. The house also has its own swimming pool and access to the lake. Impressive design!
If you like loft spaces, then this modern house in Melbourne is just for you. Outside it has wood finishing while interiors are made of red brick, concrete, metal – industrial design in its pure form. Our favorite room here is an open living room with glass walls, which smoothly connected with a stylish kitchen. Such a cool home!
A few years ago it was an old farm consisting of a cowshed, storage and a small master’s house between them. But the new owners, who recently bought it, demolished the internal partitions and combined all the buildings into one space in order to make comfortable and stylish modern home. The main feature of this reconstruction is the original wooden beams, despite their aged and shabby condition. Great transformation!
Carlos and Marisa have recently faced a very special and emotional phase of their lives: their children grew up and left home, and they had a question ‘What do we do next?’. The answer came quickly as they decided to realize the lifelong dream – to move to a cozy country house where they could enjoy nature and careless life. And of course, in their wonderful home, there will always be a place for children, grandchildren, and friends. Amazing!
The story behind this home is not new, but still wonderful: in the picturesque Spanish countryside, there was a lovely but abandoned mountain cottage. But one day a big family have bought it and decided to put a soul into its reconstruction. The first step was to open the interiors to nature – one of the walls was made of glass just to take most of the views. Also, some partitions inside the house were demolished, because the old structure had a large number of small and cramped rooms. And in the end the house was filled with magnificent furniture and a decor of natural materials. So cozy and warm!
This unique residence in Atlanta is not just a beautiful house with a white facade and a well-groomed territory – this is the only Art Deco building in the city. It’s hard to believe, but a few years ago, the mansion was in an unattractive state – the house had grown over with vegetation and was almost in ruins. But the local architect J. Ryan Duffey came to the rescue and managed a magnificent reconstruction of this private estate. Terrific!
We believe that the ideal modern summer house should look something like this! Stunning residence in Los Angeles is designed in such a way that access from a beautiful territory to the house and vice versa is almost unimpeded – huge windows along the entire perimeter of the house not only fill the interiors with natural light but also serve as an entrance to the home. The interior layout is maximally open, the rooms are not overloaded with furniture and decor, only the most necessary and comfortable. What a great dwelling!
Isn’t it just an ideal holiday home! The villa has a form of a large cube where one of the walls is made entirely of glass – to take the most out of its incredible location right on the beach on the island of Mallorca. The house has only one bedroom one on the mezzanine level, all the rest space is given to a huge living room with a fireplace, and a small kitchen with a dining area. Light interiors simply breathe nature: wood, stone, natural textiles – such a great example of modern eco-design!
Modern, open, with large windows and kid-friendly – this house in Israel was built by a family of architects in the place where they used to have a little and dark old home. The house has clean lines and a simple form but its main advantage is glass walls, which, if necessary, open and literally connect the living room with the inner garden. By the way, the house is built of breeze blocks and the owners decided not to hide it, even vice versa, they made it the main feature of the interiors. Great project!