Color Changing House, Italy, by Italo Rota was designed for fashion designer Roberto Cavalli so he could change the colors depending on his mood.

Designer Roberto Cavallis colour changing home near Florence, Italy by Architect Italo Rota

Biblos Art Hotel, Villa Amista', Verona #Italy // étonnant mélange

interior design, home decor, rooms, Byblos Art Hotel Villa Amista - Verona, Italy

Pollack’s parents, Ben Sandzer-Bell and Peta Kaplan, conceived The Bambu House as a prototype product for a sustainable bamboo design and manufacturing firm in Granada called CO2 Bambu, which offers affordable, ecofriendly housing solutions in the area. The Bambu house was a springboard for their efforts, and is a life-size laboratory that tests as many different uses for bamboo design as possible.

Ecofriendly living has a new champion, as a Granada firm kicks off its bamboo offerings with this house's architecture and furnishings

Seashell Palace

Cool place for a The Isla Mujeres Shell House Rental: Casa Caracol is a Caribbean paradise and a unique home away from home! Plan a getaway to escape the winter chill on the beautiful beaches of Mexico!

Scalinata di Caltagirone

Gambino Winery - our land, Sicily - Italy Sicily Caltagirone stairs - travel. Every city should decorate their public shaircases--beautiful!

Antti Lovag- Pierre Cardin bubble house

The Palais Bulles of Pierre Cardin by architect Antti Lovag

Pierre Cardin’s bubble house on the Cote d’Azur. The Bubble House in Cannes (France). In the early eighties, fashion designer Pierre Cardin bought this atypical summer house built by architect Antti Lovag. Photographed by Mai-Linh

Would you 'like' this dramatic entryway in your home?   #dreamhomes #custombuilt #luxuryliving

A contemporary entry by Knudson Interiors is highlighted by a stone wall, a staircase of metal & glass & modern light fixtures.

Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater; Edgar Kaufmann House, Bear Run, PA, 1934-37.

Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.