Luxury Homes are truly works of art in themselves, created by amazing architects who are not afraid of making bold statements in their work. From a waterfront gem along the coast of Maine to a dazzling desert retreat, here you can find exquisite works by artists like Isamu Noguchi, Frank Lloyd Wright, Tom Kundig, and William T. Georgis. stay with us and be inspired by these exquisite luxury homes.
A glass-and-birch house, designed by artist Isamu Noguchi and architect Wallace K. Harrison’s with sinuous lines of which echo the Maine coast on which it sits. This luxury home embodied the concept “site-specific”. Completely burned to the ground in the late ’90s the owners hired three amazing talents to rebuild a new home, just like the old one. The three talented artists that built the replica were: Dan McGraw of Atlantic Builders; sculptor and woodworker Mark Loftus, and master woodworker Jim Robinson.
This luxury home belongs to Lori Kanter Tritsch and her partner, William P. Lauder of the Estée Lauder Companies. Conceived in collaboration with Kovac Design Studio, this property features sliding glass walls that open up to the spectacular views of Los Angeles.
Designers James Magni and Jeremy Graef crafted a minimalist refuge for G.T. Dave. Enjoying spectacular views overlooking Los Angeles, this pavilion is located adjacent to Dave’s luxury home. This exquisite property also features a collection of art where you can find works from Anish Kapoor, Sterling Ruby, Antony Gormley, Chris Burden, and Jaume Plensa.
Located in the Hamptons, this luxury home was crafted by Leroy Street Studio and decorated by Victoria Hagan. Integrating exquisite artworks by El Anatsui and Maya Lin into the design, the dramatic architecture is accompanied by an outdoor infinity pool and amazing views over the shoreline.
Located in Palm Springs, this luxury home represents the pallets of its surrounding desert. Designed by Marmol Radziner, this property has a graphic pattern against a site-specific installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III, made of mirrored glass and LED lights.
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Capturing inspiration from a modernist seaside villa, designer Lillian Fernandez has created a serene Palm Beach luxury home. With the help of local architects Stephen Roy and Virginia Dominicis, as well as designer Fernando Wong, she was provided with a succinct set of directives for an artful one-bedroom house and a guest house, connected to the outdoors.
Located in Southern California, this luxury home was originally designed by Homer Delawie. William T. Georgis revamped this property, featuring a stunning collection of art, where you can find works of amazing artists like George Condo, Kenny Scharf, and Tom Sachs.
Created by Steve Giannetti and designer Anna Busta, this luxury home belongs to major art collectors Linda and Jim Lippman. Located in Palm Springs, this property features a visual punch to the entrance gallery, where you can find one of Anish Kapoor’s concave mirror works, a painting by Willem de Kooning, and a Richard Hudson sculpture.
Created by Tom Kundig, this luxury home overlooks Washington‘s winding Spokane River. Located on a cliffside, the dwelling is as breathtaking as its woodland surroundings.
Created by the amazing architect Frank Lloyd Wright, this luxury home is located in the Arizona desert and belongs to David and Gladys Wright. Incorporating elements of his Usonian ideal, the architect wanted to create “A Modern Castle in the Air.” With floor-to-ceiling windows, concrete floors, and a mahogany ceiling, this luxury home was been preserved by the current owners.