In the outskirts of Bharuch, Gujarat, the dense 50 year old Sapota plantations held both the main attraction and the biggest challenge in the design of this weekend house for the Shah family. Situated within 800,000 square feet of farmland, the plot has 30 fully grown Sapota trees that the clients wanted to preserve in all their glory. External link: Dipen Gada Architects came up with a plan to form a 15,000 square foot house around the mature trees, making them the main feature of the impressive home. A central courtyard hosts one of these majestic trees right at the heart of the home, whilst another climbs through a picturesque balcony.

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Elegant and exquisite, the art deco style is alive and thriving inside of these two luxury home interiors. Popular design motifs of the 1920s and ’30s come together with more modern elements to create living spaces, bedrooms and bathrooms that thrum with prosperous energy and glamour. Sleek geometric and stylized forms lay bold lines alongside chic marble inlay work floors, striking decorative screens and panel walls, eye-catching modern lighting installations, and high-end home accessories. Sophisticated gold and brass accents steal the show in home number one, whilst jewel tones enrich the high-contrast black and white backdrop of our second home interior to create captivating character.

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A modern brutalist exterior blankly encases this exquisitely detailed Japanese home, expertly designed by Apollo Architects & Associates. The 410 square metre property is located in a quiet suburban neighbourhood in the densely populated Kanto region. The homeowners acquired this tiered and irregularly shaped lot with meaningful family time in mind. The owners wished to incorporate courtyards as a part of their home life together, and so the design began to take shape within the challenging topography. The distinctive outdoor environment expands the living space in complete privacy. The home interior carries a contemporary ranch-style aesthetic which fashions a comfortable lounge and dining room combo, and a closed, glass wall kitchen.

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You will be hungry to have more luxury in your life and your living spaces once you cast eyes on these two exquisite Turkish villas, each visualised by Jasmin Kodzha. Walnut wood and travertine shape bespoke furniture and bathroom features, and seamlessly cover both floors and walls. Golden lustre dances through both of the home designs via high-end designer light fixtures, door hardware and home accessories, as well as a shimmering satin gold kitchen island and a rich patinated brass fireplace design. These homes are set on a large footprint and impressive concepts are employed to fill that space. You’ll find lavish living rooms, magnificent bathrooms, and one simply stunning courtyard that gives the first villa a cherished living heart.

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