In sunny Spain

Agreed. I could spend a lovely vacation here. The minimalist stuff… looks like art that people don’t actually live in.

London Penthouse Living Room

The really high-end places aren’t so much designed for comfort as they are boosting the value of the property. When you’re wealthy, inflation is your worst enemy so you offset its impact on your fortune by making investments. Real estate is one of the

Home cinema

If you can’t tell the difference between $300 and $3000 speakers, either there is something off with your hearing (I don’t mean that as an insult), or someone was driving those $3000 speakers with a $30 amplifier. Putting anything in-front of speakers should be

Fancy living in a converted church?

Just because folks lament the lack of something that could be cool doesn’t mean that they are bad people. I mean, it’s absurd to bash anyone for looking at the world and saying “could there be more?”. The dig at the aboriginals isn’t cool.

Open concept circa 1935. recognize it?

I got to go there and visit a couple years ago. It was absolutely amazing and the place definitely has a vibe and aura of its own. Not pictured here, opposite the fireplace is a glass box on the floor that slides to open

A lovely reading room with a view of a rain forest

Sorry for the late reply (reading by top rated) but you’ll notice that everything looks super flat and the shadows don’t fade. The lighting is all messed up too. Look at the window – it doesn’t look like glass, it looks like empty space.

Tiny and Stout

That would likely be the most time consuming small house you could ever hope to build. I love the way it looks, but couldn’t afford the years to get it complete.

The Hamptons

Which boarding school is that?! I thought they mostly topped out at around $50k-60k. I just looked it up and Andover is $49k for boarding, so I can’t imagine what could be more than three times that.

“Cycle House” contemporary Seattle home

Given that it’s top of Mount Baker with views back toward Lake Washington, and it’s new construction, that seems about right… though it might go a bit lower than that. In most of Seattle, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a modern house like this

Charming artist’s attic studio.

I know a couple non-Abstract-Expressionist painters who make horrible messes of their studios, but that’s mostly because they tend to work on both easel and wall-mounted canvas, like [this](http://i.imgur.com/uyrIKbZ.jpg). Not saying every artist is flinging paint everywhere, but with brush cleaning, paint mixing and

Arabian Tent

I’ve been in a tent that was almost exactly the same. It was at [WOMAD](http://womad.org/), in the UK. They didn’t have the tables, but I’m sure they’d be able to find some if they were hired for a wedding or similar. The bedoin tent

Liveaboard barge in Paris

Well I won’t go into details about being underway, too much and mostly depends on what type of voyage you take. (work, travel, vacation) So I’ll just talk about why living on a barge sucks. For starters that room is all the personal space

English Tudor mansion

When the Tudor style of building is used on a modern house, it is only ever fake. [Whattle and dorb](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wattle_and_daub) is an obsolete as it invlolves building using sticks, dirt and poo. So that would make the house a mock Tudor mansion. This style

Bedroom with a view

More images and info on the Chalet C7 in Portillo Chile by Nicolás Del Río & Máx Núñez from this Archdaily page: [http://www.archdaily.com/286357/chalet-c7-nicolas-del-rio-max-nunez/](http://www.archdaily.com/286357/chalet-c7-nicolas-del-rio-max-nunez/)

Converted warehouse loft bedroom, San Francisco.

Yeah, I did a lot of scouring CL before I moved. In a nice $3000 3bdr in Ingleside, lease up in a couple months. I looked real hard around Potrero Hill/Dogpatch/etc. My ex-girlfriend has a 3.5 bedroom, 5-6 person warehouse-loft in Dogpatch for $7000-something.
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