British studio Ellis Williams Architects transformed a 130-year-old derelict Grade II listed water tower into an amazing contemporary home.
Located in Lymm, a large village in North West England, this 5,500 square foot multi award-winning property has been renovated with a double-height glass extension and decked out in uber-chic luxury.
This contemporary camping hut is a 2007 project by Casey Brown Architecture that is located in the remote area of Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia.
The tiny structure can provide shelter and breathtaking views for up to two people and is equipped with a rain water collection tank, kitchen, living area, and sleeping loft.
London-based location agency 1st-Option features a unique portfolio of shoot locations for stills photography, TV and filming.
We spotted this unique project on their website, a truly stunning water tower conversion located in north-western London, England, UK.
Lewis Butler, principal of San Francisco-based studio Butler Armsden Architects, designed the Yolo Cabin for his parents.
Located in Winters, a lush farming town nestled in the Sacramento Valley, California, this modern farmhouse is composed of two sections, a tall water tower, and a lower lean to area.
Mauro Brigham from Bham Design Studio has designed the Chateau d’Eau project.
Located in Steenokkerzeel, a municipality in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant, this water tower built in 2038 was converted in a single family six story residence.