This website analyzes the usage behavior of visitors, with the help of cookies, among other things, for purposes of range measurement, optimization offers and personalization of content. Our analysis partners may combine this information with other data they have. You can obtain further information and change your data protection settings at any time under the link Learn more and settings. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to this data processing by the site operator and third parties – revocable at any time in the future.

Hammock on curved stand in front of modern pool below palm trees

Image ID: 12345165
License type: Rights Managed
Photographer: © living4media / Kaplan, Marina
Rights: This image is available for exclusive usage.
Restrictions: Clearance required before use
Model Release: not required
Property Release: not available
 
Location:St. Paul de Vence; FR
Print size: approx. 10.15 × 14.35 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Legal (8 ½” x 14”)

Prices for this image

starting at $50
advertising
(banner or billboard, electronic, outdoor, poster, print etc.)
starting at $75
consumer product
(calendar, greeting, post card, packaging etc.)
starting at $75
editorial
(book, digital media, magazine, newspaper, television etc.)

This image is part of a series

Search for similar images

Architecture Building Contemporary Copy space Designed designer Designer Exotic exterior Furniture Gray Grayish Grey Greyish Ground Hammock Holiday House Leave Luxuries Luxurious Luxury Lying Mediterranean Modern No one Nobody Palm Planned Pool Rack Relax Relaxation Rest Resting Season Series Sky Soil Stand Stony Style Summer Summertime Swimming Vacation

This image is part of a feature

Carved in Stone

12345151 | © living4media / Kaplan, Marina | 35 images

A challenging architectural project in a small French village

For some the greater the challenge the greater the reward. Architect, Goux seems to thrive best when he is presented with a problem. A steep slope, a relatively small area, access to the road below, a close neighborhood might be a deterrent, but he dug a tunnel under the house to gain ground and installed a garage, gym, and access to the floors.
Show feature

More pictures from this photographer