Coming off a two-year restoration, the Neutra J.M. Roberts House is looking as fresh as its 1955 debut. The southern California residence retains its signature Richard Neutra features — Texas Shellstone entrance, built-in planters, and double-sided fireplace — while receiving some upgrades to the heating and cooling systems. Internally, the home is comprised of four bedrooms and three baths and is filled with midcentury modern touches, including cork tile, original terrazzo flooring, birch paneling, original fixtures, and stainless steel firewood boxes. Situated on 3.5 acres, a kidney-shaped pool and koi pond are surrounded by rows of eucalyptus, pine, and oak trees, and backed by views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Created by architect Magnus Ström and meant to provide superyacht-level luxury on land, the Superhouse is a highly customized, highly limited accommodation. Each one will be tailored to the needs of the owner, taking into account both their personal style and the home's location, be it on a beach near their yacht or a city penthouse. Consultants and partners will be brought in to provide bespoke furnishings, storage systems, and lighting, and each home will have its serial number discreetly hidden in the facade, letting other super-rich houseguests know exactly when you got in line. Limited to just 30 worldwide.
Shipping container conversions can be low-cost, efficient ways to build a home. They can also be overly spartan. Honomobo Shipping Container Homes combine the savings of a traditional container build with a clean, modern aesthetic. They come in several sizes and configurations, from the 208 square foot HO1 to the three-bedroom HO4+, all while offering conveniences like floor-to-ceiling glass, quartz countertops, plank flooring, and spray foam insulation that can combine with a rooftop solar system to drastically reduce your home's energy use.