Why limit yourself to a lawn with just a grill when you can own a home that has a full-on outdoor kitchen?
Below, a roundup of listings where outdoor kitchens are a standout feature.
Built in a Georgian Colonial style, this home in the tony town of Greenwich has an entrance featuring a curved staircase and several formal entertaining rooms. The lower level is decked out with a gym, sauna, movie theater, game room, and wine cellar. And then there’s the impressive 7,000-square-foot stone terrace that includes a pool, and a cabana with a souped-up kitchen that even has a wood-burning fireplace.
Sustainably built with a solar-energy system and energy-efficient appliances, this estate is located in The Strand, an upscale Turks and Caicos development with oceanfront residences. Owners have access to amenities such as tennis and pickleball courts, a pool, and a yoga deck. Grand Residence R-4 includes a main house with a great room that leads to a terrace with an infinity pool and a kitchen that has two grills.
Featuring uninterrupted Pacific Ocean views from most rooms, this property has 12-foot ceilings and overlooks the 16th and 17th holes of the Hualalai Golf Course. The nearly 2,500-square-foot lanai, or covered porch, is the big claim to fame: It has a large pool and a chef-worthy kitchen complete with a pizza oven, fire pit, and Molteni oven: the centerpiece appliance in the kitchens of the world’s top restaurants.
This architecturally distinctive home is contemporary in design and overlooks the Strip and the Red Rock mountain range. There’s plenty to be impressed about: the neutral serene color theme, indoor-outdoor casita, gym, billiards room, glass wine cellar, bar, and indoor-outdoor office. The outdoor area is equally wow and includes a courtyard with a reflecting pool, two infinity pools, a cooking area with a hibachi grill, a bar, and a swim-up barbecue kitchen.Read More
As we enter 2021, the world finds itself at a significant turning point – politically, economically, technologically, and socially. What comes next? It’s never easy to predict, and especially so this year.
Our 3D Visuals Trends article aims to support your interior design and architecture business in what is a relatively uncertain future.
“Trends are predictors of the future.”
It explores findings that can help you build richer connections with your audience, your consumers, and your clients, to drive business growth through 2021/2022 and beyond.[caption id="attachment_3578" align="alignnone" width="1000"] – Mue Studio project[/caption]
Blurring the lines between fantasy and reality, 3D artists and studios around the world are creating dreamscapes that imagine new ideal worlds.
Here, we’ve rounded up some digital surrealists making visuals that will fill your feed with pure escapism. this is a great option for furniture and accessories brands to communicate their products, offering more visibility to each one of them.
Even though the furniture industry has been slow to adapt to the new realities, traditional brands are finally starting to catch up and experiment with new forms of engagement, both online and in showrooms, to deliver more compelling customer experiences.
As online presence becomes more important than ever for furniture brands, the first question is how to close the online-offline gap and offer engaging experiences online.
– The answer is 3D product visualization.
There are many benefits signed to this trend. We will mention some of them.
2. The engaging product page experience
3. Room scenes
4. Interactive product configurator for tradeshows
5.Catalogues and brochures
6.Cost-effectiveness is a fact
When an architect or developer takes the effort to present their work in a 3D design, it carries more influence because investors or clients aren’t always that great at reading and understanding simple drawings. Aside from the fact that sketches are difficult to understand, investors and potential clients need a certain amount of imagination to clearly understand and visualize what the AEC professional is trying to display. Only truly high-quality 3D graphics can yield such a result. This is why we recommend looking at the following four criteria when evaluating the visuals.
Each object should have all the small imperfections it does in real life: scratches, reflections, rust, slightly uneven tile joints in the bathroom, shadows on the furniture, etc.
2. Appropriate surroundings
3. Accurate lighting and atmosphere
4. Realistic composition
All attention to the textures
By this trend, we exactly mean strongly expressed ones. The texture is important. This is an image applied to the polygonal model by overlaying, in order to give the model texture, relief, and the desired color.
2021/2022 is expected to be popular for strong and bright textures.
3D virtual tour
It is obvious, this type of service significantly raises the interest of clients, who would like to observe properties or real estate, internal spaces. Nowadays we use our phones, laptops, and other gadgets to search for everything and the virtual tour allows us to watch what we want, we don’t have to be physically present to do that.
A virtual tour works for the benefit of your company all year round, at any time of the day. In general, this trend is going to be at the top for clients and companies.
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