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Inside this modern house, polished-concrete screed floors and charcoal colored ceilings create a contemporary appearance, while a lime green rendered cellar adds a pop of color. Light wood stairs lead up to the second floor of the home. #PolishedConcreteFloors #Flooring #WoodStairs #Stairs #Cellar

Inside this modern house, polished-concrete screed floors and charcoal colored ceilings create a contemporary appearance, while a lime green rendered cellar adds a pop of color. Light wood stairs lead up to the second floor of the home. #PolishedConcreteFloors #Flooring #WoodStairs #Stairs #Cellar

This modern two-storey house has a lower level that's covered in dark stucco and is home to a double garage and a home office. A stepped path leads from the driveway to the front door. #ModernHouse #Landscaping #Architecture

This modern two-storey house has a lower level that's covered in dark stucco and is home to a double garage and a home office. A stepped path leads from the driveway to the front door. #ModernHouse #Landscaping #Architecture

Gallery of House JRv2 / studio de.materia - 36

Gallery of House JRv2 / studio de.materia - 36

Gallery of Rocky House / Base Architecture - 4

Gallery of Rocky House / Base Architecture - 4

This New Home Lives On A Steep Hillside Just Outside Of San Francisco

Tamalpais Residence by Zack de Vito Architecture + Construction is a sustainable spacious home that sits on a hill in Mill Valley, California.

Find luxury here!

With just 9 luxurious suites, each located in an utterly private spot overlooking the river, you are treated to theultimate African luxury experience.

Gallery of Cl House / Steverlynck+Iglesias Molli Arquitectos - 2

Image 2 of 28 from gallery of Cl House / Steverlynck+Iglesias Molli Arquitectos. Photograph by Francisca Steverlynck

Gallery of Tucán House / Taller Héctor Barroso - 7

Image 12 of 23 from gallery of Tucán House / Taller Héctor Barroso. Photograph by Rafael Gamo

This California Home Lives Low On The Land

Photos by Joe Fletcher via Contemporist. In design circles, California is well known as a nexus of great midcentury residential design—think Case Study Houses like the Stahl House in.