Regardless of what our opinion is of the late comedienne Joan Rivers, who was known for being racist against Palestinians, we can’t deny the fact that she was a star who left a grand impact on many throughout her career. Unfortunately, I never find anyone who makes fun of people for a living amusing in any way.
Enough with that rant, this post is not about her as a person but about the extravagant 5000 sq. ft. penthouse she lived in since 1980’s where she decided she wanted gold pillars , in fact you will find gold adorning almost every area in the penthouse.
A pioneer in his field, one of Lebanon’s most aspiring architects well known for his avant-garde designs, Bernard Khoury, has done it again, this time with his own apartment in Beirut. Using two main materials for the entire apartment : painted steel & wood, this combination created a modern yet industrial looking space. The double height in the main living area, the lovely bookcase contouring the space with a steel bridge going all around is just beautiful. A unconventional sofa from Living Divani complements the space perfectly.Read More
Katie Holmes has decided to move to California with her daughter Suri, according to TMZ. The house she bought has six-bedrooms priced at $3.8 million in the Calabasas neighborhood because she thinks it’s a better place to raise her daughter.
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Tula House is located on a remote island, at the edge of a cliff, 44 feet above the Pacific Ocean. The topography of the site is highly irregular; the prospects diverse. Views to the east stretch over the open water and islands of the Strait of Georgia to the mountain ranges on the mainland of British Columbia. Views to the south overlook a small tidal basin. Moss covered basalt hills are interspersed among treed expanses and richly vegetated crevices, valleys and swales. Stands of red alder and big-leafed maple enliven the predominantly dark fir forest. The beach below the house is littered with the flotsam and jetsam of the ocean where logs and rocks have been tossed around by the tides and storms like a child’s game of “pickup sticks”. One site is actually many sites.
This certified LEED Platinum new four-story home establishes an understated but dignified urban presence on an atypically wide San Francisco site. A transitional two-story glass-walled entry hall draws users to an airy and open living level. An increasingly light stair element transitions from floor to floor ultimately arriving at a roof deck enjoying panoramic views.Read More