Ideas of the indelible and award-winning architect, Zaha Hadid, resonate throughout today’s luxury homes. “I don’t think that architecture is only about shelter, only about a very simple enclosure,” Hadid said. “It should be able to excite you, to calm you, to make you think.” Certainly, these are words to live by, and more importantly, to design by.
Today’s modern architecture is based upon new and innovative technologies of construction, particularly the use of glass. The design MO that form should follow function, coupled with the selected use of ornament, is inherent in any A-list contemporary architectural masterpiece. Clean lines, warm woods and bold views culminate together to create a transformational design that makes an interior space synchronize with its external surroundings. Undoubtedly, interiors across the globe are taking their design cues from Hadid.
Here, we take you inside some A-list penthouses and palatial apartments that are at the height of modernist design, and in some of the most sought-after metropolitan space.
Ultra-Deluxe Living Rooms
This masterpiece lies simply and solely with the views.
The retrained use of the ornate details around the arched windows and the minimalistic interior serve to elegantly combine the old with the new.
The curved symmetrical shapes of the windows transform this living room into a sanctuary.
The geometric designs in this living space work together to leave just the right amount of room for some inspiring song writing.
Circular shapes have never looked so good.
The soft hues in this bedroom create the most luxurious serene space.
All that’s needed in this bedroom is that view.
This bedroom holds its beauty amongst the most beautiful.
Less is definitely more.
Dynamite Dining Rooms
When two views collide, you take the space in between.
Contemporary design makes room for the magnanimous.
Sleek, sublime and smooth. A contemporary combo that calls for classic, culinary cuisine.
Only in this dining space does light transform the area into a work of art.
Dining here would be a festive feast that would inevitably transform interior design.
Aristotle said that,“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Said another way, when individual parts are connected together to form one luxury living space, it is better than any one singular architectural detail considered alone, because the total when taken together provides that je ne sais quoi quality. And these luxury spaces prove this sentiment.