Vast, slick, and all round magnificent, these luxury house exteriors stand out as examples of private residential architecture at its finest. We’re looking at everything from clean cut white & wood linear beauties and nature loving modern palaces, to unique sculptural creations and concrete Brutalist style abodes. Whatever your dreams or style aspirations are, there’s a lot here to light a million sparks. Check out amazing swimming pool designs, gravity defying cantilevered decks, sweeping sun terraces, and some truly stunning locations.

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Welcome to a unique home interior, filled with colour and all out splendour. The 58.8 square metre home located in Moscow, Russia, is an all enveloping art piece. Visualised by Artlife 3D, this updated twist on luxury Art Deco is all about a saturated red meets green colour palette, giant leaf motifs, and oodles & oodles of gold. In true Art Deco spirit, this is a vision of wealth and sophistication, luxe marble elements and imposing patterns. Showstopping bespoke decorative commissions come together with velvety furnishings and attention grabbing modern chandeliers to chime the prosperity bell. So pick out a flapper dress or three-piece suit and dance your two toned shoes through this cats meow.

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Tropical trees and vegetation inspire the U-shaped design of this 342 square metre home in Colima, Mexico, designed by Di Frenna Arquitectos. A rapid growing Papelillo tree in the middle of the build site demanded an internal courtyard for the home, which became an inside-outside family environment that connects the wings of the build layout. Decorative lattice blocks on the exterior of the home screen the sunlight and shape the shadows on the inside. Within its walls, Casa la Blanca is a crisply chic modern space that breathes with cool white expanses and natural wood tone beats, which evoke a high-end yet simple and welcoming vibe.

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Designed for homeowners who wished to live in constant relationship with nature, Casa Entreparotas was built on a site that embraced existing plantlife, and respected the path of a small babbling stream. The 568 square metre home, in Colima, México, is set amongst the dense tropical vegetation, parotas and fig trees. The jungle atmosphere inspired Di Frenna Arquitectos to create a home out of neutral and stony colors, like those of a lost ruin. The build design generates a series of routes that can be used to circulate the vast house, paths that are considerate of the sites wild borders in order to promote daily natural discovery.

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