The Glass House of Lake Lugano House by JM Architecture- Friday, October 26th 2012.
A clever concept, this home is a polygonal shaped glass pavilion with rounded edges, in basic terms. This luxury indoor pool house designed by Italian architects JM Architecture certainly makes the most of minimalist living. Located in Rome, the pool house, originally built in the 1960s, was ushered into the 21st century by way of a minimalist aesthetic, contemporary finishes and luxurious elements that transform this home into a five-star retreat. The Lake Lugano House by JM Architecture interior of this home is a beauty to behold. Vast spaces; a saturation of white colors on the walls and ceiling; attractive, comfortable, luxurious and modern furnishings combined with glorious views of the Swiss scenery produces this unique, contemporary and lavish home.
Lake Lugano House by JM Architecture is one of the unique homes of the future and simple. Things that take precedence in the construction of this house are pretty and luxurious. Enclosed by glorious wildlife, the nature aspect of this house is enhanced, and as a result the aesthetic appeal along with it. Terrace that surrounds the house made an interesting rocky; at the guest room was clean and spacious look. The calming color and themes continues into the bedroom, with JM Architecture combining spacious, relaxing aspects with a beautiful view to create a luxurious amalgamation. Good colors combination make the atmosphere in the room very comfortable and attractive, the color of white walls and white sofas adds to its own pleasure if it were in the living room.
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The Lake Lugano House by JM Architecture walls of this house made of glass that light so the owner can see all the activities that are outside the house, the roof is attractive with a dark blue color. Here the house’s curved glass walls allow extensive views of the landscape beyond a perimeter wall to the northeast and a parapet wall to the southwest. Great attention is given to the environmental aspects, as the use of geothermal energy, roof gardens, and the rain-water collection system.