Experience cutting-edge modern amenities and unique architectural methods with our collection of unrestrained modern homes.
New Zealand | sothebysrealty.com Property ID 5MXERB
With striking views, this modern eco-container home was constructed from six forty-foot high cube containers and set on an elevated north-facing site. The stunning property has been designed to soak up the beautiful surroundings of Taiapa Valley, which is just 35 minutes from Auckland City. The German manufactured Leicht kitchen majestically serves as the hub of the home with picturesque vistas and an adjacent alfresco courtyard. LED lighting and other features throughout the property echo the owners’ intention to design a cost efficient, eco-friendly and functional home.
South Africa | sothebysrealty.com Property ID 7HPTB9
Rigorous planning, convivial collaboration and creative freedom from architect Vernon Head, achieved a class act architecture design. With uninterrupted views over False Bay, this eco-friendly home was designed for both function and drama. Emphasis was placed on careful design, sensitive landscaping, energy efficiency in construction and general conservation of the indigenous vegetation. Breathtaking panoramic views are framed through walls of glass and the indigenous habitat can be enjoyed from all angles of this glamorous yet serene home.
Sag Harbor, New York | sothebysrealty.com Property ID HYBM2M
Designed by architect Roger Ferris, this 6,000 square foot ultra-modern residence features seven bedrooms and a guest house. Set on 175 feet of waterfront and facing Noyac/Peconic Bay, this striking home epitomizes indoor/outdoor beach living. Sunlight filters into museum-like spaces through glass walls and aluminum louvers which afford views while shading and providing privacy.
La Crescenta, California | Property ID D2TQP3
This monumental compound offers the rare opportunity to acquire two important architectural homes in one spectacular setting. The first structure on the property is The Dorothy Serulnic Residence, which was built in 1953 by Richard Neutra, FAIA. Walls of glass offer spectacular mountain and city skyline views while the interior of the home is open and welcoming with a Bear Valley stone fireplace and a classic Neutra built-in sofa and cabinet. The Maltzan Structure, which is the second on the property, was designed by Michael Maltzan. The modern home is comprised of series of triangles and polygons which create a unique seven-sided design. Inside, the rooms are discovered through a circular journey, which are anchored by a raised interior open courtyard that becomes the core of the architectural experience.