“Mr. Diamond, who prefers not to give his age, now has two boys of his own, Davis, 10, and Skyler, 8, with his wife, Tamra Davis, a filmmaker, who also prefers not to give her age. The outdoor space is a recent addition.”
Studio Andrew Todd in Paris has designed a sustainable theater made mostly of bales of recycled paper, as well as bamboo and cardboard. See more on collabcubed.
Designed by interior designer Ashley Campbell, this beautiful victorian residence is situated in Denver, Colorado.
This stunning modern single family house consisting of two separate blocks was recently designed by Singapore-based architecture studio FARM.
This 1950′s ranch house perched on a hill in Tiburon with sweeping views of Richardson Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge was recently redesigned by Feldman Architecture.
A french space comes with a simple interior, thatched roof and open windows. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
A tiny home prototype created from blocked modules. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
The Moscow-based architectural studio Atrium was established by Anton Nadtochiy and Vera Butko in 1994. They incorporate landscape architecture with urban planning, working with a series of scales from interior design pieces to tourban plans.
The studio comprises of 50 employees and since its inception, Atrium has been working on projects spanning offices, houses, retail, recreational, social and public spaces. Atrium outlines its vision to be driven by a rather formal approach to architecture, often expressing bold spacious experiments in real design.
One of their latest creations is Gorky House, situated nearby Moscow to the west. The house took inspiration from the shape of a folded airplane and has much going for it in terms of environmentally friendly technologies.
Diamond Residence is a minimalist house located in Kumamoto, Japan, designed by Hiroyuki Arima. The residence is split up into various volumes that mimics the site in which it is constructed on. The ground floor of them home contains living spaces such as the kitchen, living room, and dining room, while the upper floors contain the private areas such as the bedrooms. Unstained natural wood make up the majority of the home’s flooring while various windows are strategically placed to allow as much lighting as possible to infiltrate the interior.
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