Step inside a dreamy Pennsylvania stone farmhouse on the Malibu coast

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Ward Jewell Architect has designed this gorgeous beachfront home in the style of a rural stone-clad historic 18th-century Pennsylvania farmhouse in Malibu, California. Nestled on a 2.5-acre bluff, this dwelling boasts panoramic views stretching from Paradise Cove to Catalina Island. The property offers an unusual combination of topography, vista, and weather that inspired the design […]

Tuscan farmhouse-inspired home in Malibu has breathtaking ocean views

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This sprawling Italianate home in Malibu, California was designed by Paul Brant Williger Architect to be reminiscent of a Tuscan farmhouse. Beautiful details abound in this desirable home, from the exquisite barrel-vaulted arches in the living room to the hand-hewn wooden beams on the ceiling to the lovely gardens. Gorgeous steel doors and windows capture sweeping […]

Farmhouse on the coast of Malibu offers a Scandinavian-inspired oasis

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This Scandinavian-inspired farmhouse designed by Burdge Architects finds itself nestled in picturesque Point Dume, a promontory on the coast of Malibu, California that juts out into the Pacific Ocean. This is the beautiful home of Helene Henderson, owner, and chef of California-based Malibu Farm Restaurant. The homeowners sought a sprawling property for their Scanidanivian-inspired oasis, where […]

Gorgeous Balinese inspired pavilion house in Malibu, California

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Hayne Architects is responsible for the design of this gorgeous Balinese inspired pavilion house located in Malibu, a city west of Los Angeles, California. This opulent dream home is owned by real estate agent Chris Cortazzo, known for closing deals with some of the biggest names in entertainment and business. English interior designer Martyn Lawrence […]

A modern seaside retreat delights the senses in Malibu

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This modernist seaside retreat features newly renovated interiors by Jamie Bush, located in the bluffs above Malibu, California, with sweeping views over the Pacific Ocean. The home was originally constructed in the 70s, offering 3,400 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The project encompassed a full gut-remodel, transforming into a warm, […]

Majestic mega estate with sweeping Pacific Ocean views

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This spectacular mega estate home is located in the luxurious Carbon Beach Estates, a gated community in the Carbon Beach area of Malibu, California, designed by Burdge & Associates Architects. There will be four luxury homes built in this area, which is a highly desirable location above the Pacific Coast Highway called ‘Billionaire’s Beach’. This particular home […]

Walls of glass capture sea views through a Malibu beach house

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The design team at Jamie Bush & Co. took a five-story beach house in Malibu, California from dark and dreary with awkwardly unusable spaces to a bright and airy home full of life. The homeowners wanted their spaces to feel like an art gallery, using their crisp white walls as a backdrop to highlight their colorful works […]

Mammoth Malibu beach house retreat lists at $53 million

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This fascinating modern beach house showcases a shoji concept of translucency designed by Ed Niles Architect, located on Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, California. The home was originally built for Dr. Wei-Tzuoh Chen, a kidney specialist who wanted a family weekend retreat from his hectic schedule. The concept for the home was to soak in the views […]

Weekend house built over the waves and sand of Malibu Beach

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Wave House is a contemporary weekend beach house retreat that was designed by Mark Dziewulski Architect, situated in beautiful Malibu Beach, California. The form of the 3,200 square foot house takes its inspiration from its context: the beach and waves. Description from the architects: It is literally cantilevered over the surf, which passes beneath it at […]

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