In 2006, Jon Platt, Tony Award-winning producer of “Angels in America” and “The Book of Mormon” purchased Frank Gehry’s Schnabel House in Brentwood. The conception of this unusual residence was called in many ways: deconstructive design, free-form architecture, career watershed, status symbol, family home, sculpture. But it is really stunning! The 5,700 sq ft residence is composed of four stand-alone buildings: the main house, office, guesthouse, the garage/gym. The house also features a sauna, a reflecting pool, as well as an Olympic size lap pool. According to the architect this is “the design I had fantasized for my own house”. Platt has modernized the house to include iPad controlled home system and convoluted mechanized skylight system to cool the interior spaces with minimal energy consumption. Good work.
№85 is a contemporary residence located in Delhi, India which was designed by Morphogenesis Company. The architects tried to put the latest and the most fashionable trends in the house. It is very elegant especially at night when glowing like a lantern at a glance and allowing the activity within it. The concept is very airy and transparent. Transparency is achieved not only by the glass, but the combination of water, reflections and light modulated. The place is decorated with graceful steps and pools. The main materials used by the architects are stone, wood and concrete. They come alive when light strikes a horizontal surface is different. This №85 is residence which has a spacious, all-equipped space, with plenty of green areas and places for relaxation and entertainment.