Acting as a perfect gateway between both ecosystems is the stunning designed by Bates Masi Architects. The exquisite contemporary residence spread across was largely defined by both the coastal and wetland ‘zoning laws’ that forced the architects to make the best use of the available lot sandwiched between the two zones.
Spread across a generous 7800 square feet this grand private residence was designed by Ehrlich Architects keeping in mind the ‘eleven-foot height limit’ imposed by the local laws. The architects compensated for the lack of height by shaping horizontally expansive spaces that completely open up to the outdoors.
The twin roof design of the house gives it a unique façade and also keeps away excess sunlight during the summer months. Despite its cubic design and smart use of gray on the outside there is still an unassuming rustic quality about the residence.
The interior of the condominiums promise to pamper your senses with their open plan living spaces plush decor and astounding ambiance. Complete with five-star amenities including a new spa gourmet restaurant rooftop swimming pool and private patios life here might seem like an endless holiday draped in magnificence. If you are looking for luxury condominiums that promise not just the best in terms of design but also service then your search definitely ends here!
Moving away from the traditional look of classic ski cabins contemporary mountain retreats are embracing a whole new design style that seamlessly blends the modern with the rustic. Nestled in the snowy slopes of this breathtaking getaway was designed by Morgante Wilson Architects for a family of passionate skiers and the dwelling brings the comforts of an urban lifestyle to a relaxed mountainside setting. Spread across three different levels and the fabulous home is perched atop a hillside and offers captivating views of the scenic landscape that surrounds it.