Again, so many variables. It can be anywhere from 50% more expensive to 200%+ more. For example, you have to hire an architecture/engineering firm to custom design the thing (not exactly cheap). Walls of glass may entail building techniques that aren’t typically used on
From their website: Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with Caribbean nature in his creation of Jade Mountain St. Lucia. The bold architectural design – individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool sanctuaries and rugged stoned-faced columns
Interior pictures plus a few other exterior!!!!!!! Thanks for your interest everyone. http://imgur.com/gR5qC2e http://imgur.com/sBoZM2x http://imgur.com/1GKh4GX http://imgur.com/UkpesiH http://imgur.com/VsedrSi http://imgur.com/d8wWIzh http://imgur.com/pSI4h09
For more images [see the album](http://imgur.com/a/LchIu) Architects: [Bricault design](http://bricault.ca)
I get where you’re coming from, but I disagree. I think it’s quite beautiful actually that a house that had fallen to ruins can now be home again. Also, the new designs are very simple and clean and don’t do the old parts of
It’s pretty breathtaking. I was there on a moderately crowded day and everyone was trying to get this shot. What is equally as cool is the 15 ft diameter sequoia slice behind you when you stand here. The rings are labelled with major dates
180.000 € per week. We were two families. It has 4 floors, 8 rooms, a movie theater with movies screening at moment, an elevator all dreessed in louis vouitton leather, 2 chefs, 2jacuzzis, the gym, a basement wirh a huge arcade, the pool with
There are plenty of freelance jobs out there that do not require you to be in a specific location. Although you can only get these kinds of homes with freelance jobs if you work hours more than others or if you’re very successful and
>Billed as an industry first, the cantilevered shower will feature see-through glass on its floor and ceiling as well as its sides that is coated with a reflective material that Celebrity promises will keep outsiders from looking in during the day. At night, shower
That house is for sale yet again, actually. http://www.avclub.com/article/camerons-house-from-emferris-buellers-day-offem-is-101334&cd=12&ved=0CE0QFjAL&usg=AFQjCNHbs_tKPX0hUaCT7zRVvm7yaQubjA Sorry for the ugly link. I’m on mobile and can’t remember how to format.
It’s a DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter, it does video, but this was shot using a single shot camera.
For OS gallery hit “view larger” here: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3146-Portage-Bay-Pl-E-APT-A-Seattle-WA-98102/49011520_zpid/
[It’s a glass mosaic by Bisazza.](http://www.architonic.com/pmsht/bonaparte-bisazza/1135438) You have to inquire for a price quote from that company, however [this website](http://www.fastfloors.com/catalog/productline.asp?wid=GS-FBZ67&productlineid=35609&productid=262177&origin=pla&unique_id=262177&gdftrk=gdfV22128_a_7c1_a_7c80_a_7c262177&gclid=CjwKEAjwlPOsBRCWq5_e973PzTgSJACMiEp2d78HJAbzSNeCcNQROuFfHkSlAkWbiILX9DRGd33OQRoC-qfw_wcB) prices it at $2,668.
Looks like it’s one of seven buildings that make up a ‘hotel’ in the middle of a Norwegian forest. http://freshome.com/2010/12/07/minimalist-architecture-and-mesmerizing-views-juvet-landscape-hotel/
Sounds great untill you realize that to look good in a company you are supposed to work 12+ hours a day even though you are finished with what you do etc. Being at work seems more important than actually doing the work. Also Quote
I dunno, that house looks like it has dolls in it. Lots of dolls.
> I do have to comment that I hate photographers, though. Not all of them, just the ones that decide to set up tripods and take endless amounts of time composing photos during regular visiting hours, while blocking aisles with backpacks full of equipment,
Actually, some of this *is* kinda true. Source for what I’m about to say: I’ve probably run 500 miles on treadmills and 3000+ miles on roads and trails. I don’t mind the treadmill, and it is still excellent exercise, but running on a road
I don’t know much about different architecture styles but it’s definitely Victorian. I did some quick research on Moroccan house styles and it doesn’t really seem reminiscent of that, but I could be wrong. Also the only information I know about the house was
I was also thinking I like it all except the chairs, only because they look uncomfortable and I really don’t like the look of the metal frames on them. But yes, god, they must look dreadful when filled with squidgy bum and thigh and
[full album](http://aspiremetro.com/living-in-an-upstate-ny-stone-mill-loving-the-charm/) a great job incorporating the mill’s history into the design, i really want a place like this
I always have imagined going to Fallingwater and walking out on the deck and having the railings just go above my knees. Good analogy : )
I’m an architect with a pretty strong emphasis in the history of 20th century architecture… and I’m stumped by what’s going on with this design. That ceiling might be 1960s – a sort of abstraction inspired by the resurgence of Tiffany-style lamps. (Think early
In mexico houses tend to be less closed than in the us, only the desert regions have ac as a norm. Its a great feeling by the way, living in a house with an open terrace. As for dust and stuff, well thats how