Plaza Magazine US & International - - TAILORING -

1. Rosa Muerta by Robert stone the slightly more in­ti­mate, mys­te­ri­ous and darker neigh­bour of acido Do­rado. With room for two guests, this villa is very much at one with na­ture with an open roof in parts of the house al­low­ing visi­tors to en­joy the vast sky above them.

2. Mod­ern House­boat by bert­jan Diphoorn the float­ing Mod­ern House­boat is si­t­u­ated on the lake Rum­mels­burg, fif­teen min­utes from ber­lin's city cen­tre. the ar­chi­tect bert­jan Diphoorn has, to­gether with the owner of the house, Chris Laugsch, filled the sixty square me­tres with a bed­room, kitchen, bath­room and a fire­place.

3. the Dune House by Jar­mund/vigsnæs ar­chi­tects the bri­tish firm Liv­ing ar­chi­tec­ture of­fers hol­i­day lets de­signed by some of the big­gest names on the ar­chi­tec­ture scene. Lo­cated on the suf­folk dunes, the Dune House is one of their most os­ten­ta­tious prop­er­ties and is de­signed by the nor­we­gian ar­chi­tect firm Jar­mund Vigsnæs. the house sleeps nine.

4. the Cody House by Wil­liam F. Cody one of the most prom­i­nent mid­cen­tury mod­ernists ac­tive in Palm springs, Wil­liam F. Cody built a villa high above the city in 1964. arthur el­rod was re­spon­si­ble for the orig­i­nal in­te­rior de­sign. the guest list in­cludes names such as Joan Collins, who left be­hind her white grand pi­ano.

5. the Leis Houses by Peter Zumthor Most fa­mous for therme Vals, the Pritzker prize awarded ar­chi­tect Peter Zumthor and his wife an­nal­isa let a cou­ple of log huts on their plot in Leis in switzer­land. sur­rounded by mighty moun­tains, they're the per­fect place to stay in any sea­son.






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