As people are increasingly seeking connections to nature, biophilic design and the trend of extending living space into the natural world are stronger than ever in architecture and luxury real estate. San Francisco-based luxury home creator, Troon Pacific is championing this effort by designing gorgeous outdoor living rooms that include elements like radiant-heated seating, firepits, built-in barbeque areas and more.
In the heart of San Francisco, the Troon Pacific-designed Residence 2646 features a lush private garden with a sunken outdoor living room. A true extension of the home via floor-to-ceiling glass pocket doors that seamlessly connect the indoor and outdoor areas, the space includes radiant-heated cement couches surrounding a firepit, a wooden seating and dining deck, a built-in grill and outdoor kitchen.
San Francisco’s newest biophilic masterpiece, Residence 950 comes complete with an outdoor living room located in the property’s 36-acre park-like garden. Designed by Troon Pacific, the space features stunning city and bay views, and includes radiant heated built-in concrete couches, a firepit and outdoor kitchen with a wood-burning pizza oven perfect for enjoying the California summer nights.
TriBeCa luxury condo 91 Leonard, a collaboration by Hill West Architects, SOM and Whitehall Interiors, boasts a shared outdoor living room on its roof, complete with lounge seating, grills, an outdoor fireplace and television. These amenities, combined with a showstopping view of the surrounding cityscape, make for unforgettable New York summer nights – right from the comfort of home.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach features expansive terraces perfect for entertaining with luxurious outdoor living and dining rooms. Located on the exclusive shores of Surprise Lake, the development is celebrated Italian architect Piero Lissoni’s first full-scale architectural project in the United States. Every space has been thought through to perfection, opening up a traditional den to the landscape, sanctuary and dramatically framed views that lead the eye to meditation gardens and beyond.
The Bathhaus penthouse, designed by award-winning Meshberg Group, features a spacious minimalist-style outdoor living room that acts as an extension of the residence, complete with a firepit and sitting area to cozy up during the cool summer nights in the city.
Nine on the Hudson, a luxury resort-style condominium along New Jersey’s Gold Coast offers its residents a communal outdoor living room overlooking the Manhattan skyline. This area is complete with fire pits, barbecue grills, a wet-bar, billiard table and large screen televisions.
Designed by interior design star Kara Mann, residents living at 1000M will be able to enjoy the community outdoor living room year-round. Located on Level 11, this space offers a rich sense of community tucked into a verdant corner of the gardens.
Summit, Manhattan’s newest luxury rental in Midtown provides residents with an outdoor living room and green space in the heart of the concrete jungle with a backyard terrace and sundeck on the 6th floor Club Level. The Club Level features an outdoor seating, TV/screening, children’s playground, BBQ and a fireplace.
Adriana Hoyos Design Studios brings nature in by using traditionally outdoor materials indoors. Their recent project, Champagne House in Quito, Ecuador, shows the harmonious nature of indoor/outdoor living through the entwining and mixing of materials, highlighting the interiors with outdoor materials such as wood and millwork to contrast against the marble and combination of textures and tapestries throughout. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows eliminate barriers between the outside world and home, while the architecture further notes the fusion of materials and colors, achieving an integration of the interior with the exterior.
With sweeping city views, 525 West 52nd Street’s community has an ideal back drop at their rooftop living room. With real grass and lush plants, it’s the perfect location to spend summer evenings with friends.
Alaia Belize residences and oceanfront villas will be curated to celebrate Belize’s outdoor living, blending indoor and outdoor spaces seamlessly. Designed to highlight the splendor of its natural surroundings, the living rooms in the residences will be outdoors and oceanfront villas will offer direct access to the pristine white sand beach. Curated by Debora Aguiar (known for her eco-luxury aesthetics) all units will feature repurposed wood, local rustic marbles and stones, textured beige walls, earth-toned hues to complement the awe-inspiring views of the Caribbean Sea.
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