Beach House in Miami
This beach house in Malibu hills is projected in 1956 in association with Jerrold E. Lomax. You can clearly see the ocean from almost every side of the house as well as when you sit in the mid-century modernism inside it. The house has been abandoned for many years and now we can see that it is restored is ready to become someone’s Californian dream. Have a look at the architecture as seen by Founterior.
When being inside, you will notice the Laverne International 1950s table in combination with the Paolo Piva ‘Alanda’ coffee table and rosewood Eames chairs. There is simply no need of carpet. This cork flooring complements all the rest of the interior.
The swimming pool merge perfect with the landscape around – hills and the Pacific ocean. This spot of the house is amazing for relaxation or party with friends. You can enjoy there one of the most beautiful views in California.
This interesting and creative sofa from 1956 is placed in the children room. This brings a stylish and fresh appearance of the space.
50s style in living and dining rooms is so neatly designed.
The brick wall combines great with carpet and the the rest of the interior. The colors are clean and white mixed with black and brown which is a great idea for the brick wall color.
What a dream house! This is how the property looks when seen from a distance. Palms and green bushes surround the place and the beautiful ocean is at the other side.
The clever distribution of spaces and areas in the house separates a working corner. Wall-mounted desk is a comfortable piece of furniture and it doesn’t cost you a lot of space. Furthermore, it is easy to be removed.
This space combines in great way the natural colors and materials. The wooded ceiling and the brick wall is looking amazing together with the mid-century modernist furniture and this adds in the atmosphere luxurious and glamorous overall appearance.
The cork flooring is placed everywhere in the house and the bedroom is not an exception.