8.367 Foto di soggiorni tropicali
Idee per un grande soggiorno tropicale aperto con sala formale, pareti beige, pavimento in legno massello medio, TV a parete e pavimento marrone
gli oggetti in legno e il divano che fanno contrasto con le pareti chiare - emanuela_coletti
Foto di un soggiorno tropicale con libreria, pareti bianche, nessun camino e pavimento grigio
Richiamo del verde - webuser_92841668
Here's what our clients from this project had to say:
We LOVE coming home to our newly remodeled and beautiful 41 West designed and built home! It was such a pleasure working with BJ Barone and especially Paul Widhalm and the entire 41 West team. Everyone in the organization is incredibly professional and extremely responsive. Personal service and strong attention to the client and details are hallmarks of the 41 West construction experience. Paul was with us every step of the way as was Ed Jordon (Gary David Designs), a 41 West highly recommended designer. When we were looking to build our dream home, we needed a builder who listened and understood how to bring our ideas and dreams to life. They succeeded this with the utmost honesty, integrity and quality!
41 West has exceeded our expectations every step of the way, and we have been overwhelmingly impressed in all aspects of the project. It has been an absolute pleasure working with such devoted, conscientious, professionals with expertise in their specific fields. Paul sets the tone for excellence and this level of dedication carries through the project. We so appreciated their commitment to perfection...So much so that we also hired them for two more remodeling projects.
We love our home and would highly recommend 41 West to anyone considering building or remodeling a home.
This popular maximalist look is filled to the brim with deep blues and serene teals. Wonderfully atmospheric, this luxe scheme is all about the layering of super tactile materials fused with the grandeur of metallic accents and bold geometric motifs. What's not to love?
Foto di un soggiorno tropicale di medie dimensioni con sala formale, pareti blu, parquet chiaro, camino classico e nessuna TV
Bellissima combinazione di colore e di stile - gi_cannarozzi
The tropical open design in the living room was created with pocketing glass doors that open to the lanai and beautiful pool. The use of natural tropical hardwood flooring bring warmth and color into the home while the white walls sooth your senses making the room feel light and open. Traditional Hawaiian canoe paddles hang on either side of the kitchen pass through, the custom pillows are a mix of tropical green and pink fabrics, keeping the sophisticated living room from getting too serious.
Living Space looking to Kitchen and Dining
Gaelle le Boulicaut
Immagine di un ampio soggiorno tropicale con sala formale, pareti bianche, pavimento in cemento, nessun camino e nessuna TV
Foto di un grande soggiorno tropicale aperto con pareti bianche e pavimento in legno massello medio
Le tende - emmepida
Ispirazione per un soggiorno tropicale di medie dimensioni e aperto con pareti bianche, parquet chiaro, sala formale e nessuna TV
Se ci fosse un'impalcatura... - giorgia_salpietro
Tropical Light Photography
Immagine di un grande soggiorno tropicale aperto con pareti beige, pavimento in travertino, nessun camino e TV a parete
pavimentazione - giulia_pironi
Immagine di un soggiorno tropicale di medie dimensioni con pareti arancioni e pavimento in travertino
This villa hotel, on a narrow lot fronting a protected bay in Tulum, Mexico, is designed to be fully self-sufficient, and to immerse its occupants in the range of environments that the site offers. A narrow path brings visitors through dense vegetation to a large living- dining-kitchen space that is fully open to the beach beyond. The living spaces can be closed at night by a bank of large wooden louver panels that pocket into the walls.
Both sides of all bedrooms can also be fully opened, maximizing views and allowing prevailing winds to provide cooling. The house is powered by a photovoltaic canopy that shades a large rooftop hammock terrace. The terrace also collects rainwater that is filtered and stored for use. The house is grid-tied, produces no excess, and works in harmony with its surroundings.
Architect: Specht Architects
Interior Design: Matthew Finalson
Photography: Taggart Sorensen
Press and Awards:
Coastal Home "Top 50 in the World"
Architectural Digest Mexico