A creative take on this outdoor, mobile cabin derives from clouds. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
This simple residence offers up amazing views of rice fields from each and every room of this 3 bedroom space. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
ONG&ONG architects have designed the JKC2 House in Bukit Timah, Singapore. The house comprises of three volumes positioned around a central courtyard such that they interact, whilst each wing remains distinct enough to be viewed as an independent entity. The home’s interiors and outdoor areas are configured with flexibility of space in mind so that the house can be adapted to suit a broad spectrum of homeowners.
Architect Mário Martins, founder of Mário Martins Atelier, has been molding the contemporary structures of western Algrave, Portugal for the past 20 years. Martins latest addition to the Algrave’s rolling landscape is the Villa Escarpa, a rectangular white structure suspended from the hillside that was inspired by the Bauhaus movement. The Bauhaus philosophy was founded on the principal that form should follow function, while all other distractions and decoration should be avoided. Martins relates to this philosophy and wanted the space to be understood for its purity.
The pairing of architect and client could not have been more perfect for the Villa Escarpa. In this case, the client and Martins shared very similar definitions of “modern” and“statement living”, which gave the architect a clear direction for the design of the home.Martins believes that modern design can be achieved through several overriding principles – clean, straight lines, simple uncluttered spaces and a mix of natural and industrial materials.
This W Retreat is located in Koh Samui, off the coast of the Kra Isthmus in Thailand. The hotel is pure sophistication, providing its guests with luxurious spaces to enjoy at their leisure. Continue reading »
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Viewing Pavilion on Hill is a minimalist structure located in Shandong, China, designed by TAO. The pavilion is located in woods on the hill of TashanPark in Weihai, a coastline city in Shandong. To protect the trees in site and offer the view to major sights of city, the building is conceived as a merged volume with three viewing tubes like tree branches orientating to different axis. Half buried and half cantilevered, the building provides to the visitor different experience on two levels.
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The new Hotel Jay, Jay Peak Resort, Vermont. Black River Design Architects, of Montpelier, VT.
Designer Elora Hardy and architects PT Bambu, designed a complex of buildings which made of bamboo in a beautiful valley on the island of Bali, Indonesia. These unique bamboo house, repeat the office of land on which they are built, and offers magnificent views of the river, tropical forests and volcanoes. Here everyone can feel at one with nature!
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A guest bathroom in a Vermont residential architecture project, by Studio III architects of Bristol, Vermont.
Photograph by Susan Teare.
The house’s beauty is influenced by the special lighting system, that adds value to the interior, bringing into the spotlight different artistic objects. The light system, in this particular case, is a powerful tool: it generates mystery, making everything look absolutely lovely in nighttime and of course, it create a more spacious environment. The interior is connected to the terrace through a glass wall, favouring a slow transition between the environments. Continue reading »
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