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Sofa designers have recently invented a new kind of sofa, which is ideal for people, who love to play pool, but due to lack of space cannot afford to have a pool table at home. This new sofa model can be used both for sitting purposes as well for playing pool. So now, if you have friends at home, with whom you would love to play pool then all that you need is to unfold your sofa to change into a pool table. No need for you to travel to distance places, in search of a pool parlor.

The Hotel Silken Puerta América Madrid is an idea of freedom come true, a gathering space merging different cultures and ways of interpreting architecture and design. A masterpiece that awakens guests’ senses, that breaks the mould by using different colours, materials and shapes. A 5 Star Luxury Hotel that ushers guests into innovative spaces, a bold departure from the usual. A compilation of designs from 19 different architects, this eclectic luxury hotel features two contemporary restaurants, a bar, a nightclub, a fitness center, and a heated indoor swimming pool. The 12 guestroom floors were each created in the vision of a unique international architect giving the rooms individualized design and décor. All rooms include complimentary wireless Internet access.

The Hotel Silken Puerta América Madrid is a space that invites people to dream – a neverbeen- attempted-before project that has brought together nineteen of the top architecture and design studios in the world from thirteen different countries. Originality, luxury, innovation and formal freedom define a hotel that awakens its guests’ senses. Each of the floors showcases a different concept in hotel rooms. All play with different materials, colours and shapes to create spaces that bring together the best in avant-garde design and architecture, where creativity and the freedom to develop each of the spaces has been the hallmark.

The Hotel Silken Puerta América Madrid is an eclectic, daring space that does not sell comfort short. Rooms with luxury in their finest detail that entice guests to search for new forms, to interact with them, to touch, to see, and even to breathe and smell… In short, to utterly enjoy a unique space that stands out especially for its quality and wide range of services. 12 different floors, 12 ways of understanding the architecture and the design. A hotel that is unique in the world.

This residence brings a balance between nature and contemporary living in a renovation of an Art Deco style terrace. This Singapore home remodeling project was submitted by Ong & Ong Architects showcasing their work on the 55 Blair Road property. The design team consisted of Diego Molina, Maria Arango and Camilo Peleaz.  My two favorite areas in the home are the pool section and the staircase. The pool is integrated into the home design and features a Century Frangipani tree native to Singapore which brings a sense of peace and reflection to the area. The spiral staircase is set off beautifully with windows on either side creating a visual experience enhanced by the overall white design of the room.  This house was designed by Ong & Ong and it is located 55 Blair Road in Singapore. Stunning photos.

The house was renovated 10 years ago. The new owner however believed it was too dark and desired more light in the living spaces. The entire second floor in the main section of the house had been allocated for a master bedroom/study space with an en suite bathroom. The void acts not only as a large light well but also encourages natural ventilation within the house. The  metallic elements complement each other to create a common theme throughout the house.

The main section of the house is separated by the out door pool and frangipani garden. When both sides of the glazed partitions are open the first floor becomes one large space. The ground floor is not only a lounge and dinning area it is an ideal place to relax and sit poolside. The TV and music appliances are hidden in recesses in the wall that are concealed when not in use buy larges pieces of art, this reiterates the concept of continuity of spaces. The lighting can be controlled by an integrated computer that can be used to set lighting moods within the house.

The rear section  of the house accommodates the kitchen space , a powder room, the maids’ room and a roof terrace. A steel spiral staircase links these spaces. The internal courtyard divides the two sections of the house. The kitchen has been finished in a seamless aluminum cladding. This creates a refined kitchen space.

The overall scheme houses successfully establishes a relationship between inside and outside space. The approach of situating a swimming pool in the centre of the house produces a space that is diverse and suitable to a range of activities.
Overall I think this is a beautiful and unique design. The layout is not suitable for a large family as there is only one master bedroom and a small guest bed in the attic. Outdoor pool is dream. I do love the pool concept and the gnarled tree is a perfect compliment. There is a definite tranquility about the place that is very appealing. And no loud music or excessive noise is permitted here, I think the house would get very upset with you.

This luxury paradise in Costa Rica is one of the most amazing courtyard home  we’ve ever seen. With 4,000 sq. ft. of indoor living space and 2,000 sq. ft. of outdoor entertaining areas, the house takes advantage of environment, located on the crest of a coastal canyon with the Pacific Ocean crashing below and the Costa Rican jungle all around. An outdoor living space features a large infinity pool that flows from under an open sky to a roofed indoor courtyard, blurring the boundary between indoors and out. This wood, five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom coastal home accommodates eight and includes a caretaker’s quarters to ensure you don’t have to lift a finger during your stay. Even when you’re indoors, vast open windows, terraces and decks evoke the feeling of being outside. Made for entertaining and relaxing, this luxury home boasts “tiki-chic” decor that lends the house a casual atmosphere perfect for you and seven lucky friends on vacation. Visit Peninsula Papagayo for your own private piece of paradise!

Mardan Palace is the most expensive hotel in Europe. the construction cost to its owners €1.4 billion and it is situated in the popular Turkish resort town of Antalya.
The hotel has 560 rooms which cost from $ 475 up to $ 19, 000. the most expensive rooms come along with private swimming pool, huge TV, concert grand piano and other stuff. And now take a look at the photos.

Mardan Palace Hotel is almost a unique throughout the world with its 24.000 square meters pool, 80.000 Euro worth antique armchairs and 2500 square meters king suits. Being said to have spent 17 milion dollars only for cutlery sets, Mardan Palace is going to be one of the best in the world for its luxury and splendour.
Further will the resort comprise of extensive conference, meeting and banquet facilities with latest state- of- the- art technology, a 16,000 sqm swimming pools, entertainment areas, generous children facilities and magnificent public places for guests to indulge all day and night long.

Mardan Palace is the ideal choice at any time of the year to have a relaxing holiday, to enjoy a romantic break, to hold a business meeting, to unwind after accumulated stress, to delight in the best conditions of privacy and tranquility and to regain the well-being. Mardan Palace’s facilities offer all the services and sophistication that is expected of a top class hotel. Mardan Palace is 10 km from International Antalya Airport and 15 km from Antalya city center. The Mardan Palace is a luxury hotel in Lara, Antalya, Turkey, built by Azerbaijani Mountain Jewish businessman Telman Ismailov. It was opened on 23 May 2009 and attended by Mariah Carey, Sharon Stone, Richard Gere, Monica Bellucci, Paris Hilton, Seal, Tom Jones and the Kazakhstani President Nursultan Nazarbayev. It’s considered as Europe’s and the Mediterranean’s most expensive luxury resort. It cost $1.4 billion. It has the Mediterranean’s largest swimming pool within which is a sunken aquarium containing 2,400 fish. The hotel has 560 rooms, a 12,000 sq ft  spa, and its own beach containing 9,000 tons of sand imported from Egypt. 10,000 m2 of gold, 500,000 crystals, 23,000 m2 of Italian marble are used in the construction of the hotel. The corporate identity and website for the hotel was created by Brash Brands in Dubai, for which they received an International Design Award.

Palais Bulles is a home to famous French stylist Pierre Cardin. Amazing architecture and its size is stunning.
The house is facing the bay of Cannes and has a territory of 1,200m² and gardens, and swimming pools spread on 8,500m ² territory. It is something out of this world, maybe not the most beautiful but I wouldn’t mind to spend there some time. This masterpiece of modern architecture is located 10 km away from Cannes and was built in 1989. Occupies the territory of 1200 square meters. In addition to the villa in the surrounding area are situated amphitheater with 500 seats, a garden with various water  round pools. The house has 28 round bedrooms similar to soap bubbles, beds are also round. Living room with couches of coral color also has spherical shape. There is no pictures at the walls, but floors from wall to wall covered with thick, fluffy carpets. Specially designed illuminators change the light depending on time of the day. As for materials, then, at the insistence of Cardin, instead of traditional wood and metal, it was decided to experiment with plastic, foam, polyester.

The wide panoramic main room opens to the outside with large windows and several openings in the ceiling and walls.  It can accommodate up to 350 people. The furniture is composed of parts of the collection of Pierre Cardin. Everything, from floor to ceiling, from outside to inside, consists of space age spherical forms. The light penetrates the Mediterranean generously by countless windows: a working artist where the shadows play with curves to draw pictures of real light.

Tapestry and chairs, for example, are designed by Pierre Cardin. On the left is the original television from 1971 which is shaped like an eye and can move in all directions. On the right, the oval door opens directly to the swimming pool, offering a magnificent view.

The interior of the Palais Bulles is a maze of corridors, rooms and round prospects. Pierre Carding likes to compare it with the sensual shapes of the body of a woman. Besides a 500-seat amphitheater which hosts various cultural events and parties, the house itself has a reception room, a panoramic lounge and 10 bedroom suites, all designed by contemporary artists.  Outside, a pool, ponds and garden form an area of 8 500 m².

Overlooking the sea, a cascade of soft curves in the colors of the rocks appear in the corners of Théoule-sur-Mer: the Palais Bulles, with its windows glittering in the sun, this architectural masterpiece seems to belong to another world. Located in the town of Théoule-sur-Mer, the house overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and the red cliffs of the Esterel, with a panorama stretching to the bay of Cannes. Antti Lovag has radically changed the vision of architecture and design of living space. By eliminating the right lines, he has adapted the life of human morphology, returning to traditional ways of living.

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