It’s no secret that the beautiful islands of Hawaii are home to some of the most dazzling homes on the planet, and the Santa Monica based studio Belzberg Architects has just added their latest contemporary residence to that. Check out more photos of this Hawaiian home here!
Many of us have heard the rumors and myths of a giant sea serpent that occupies the lake of Seljord. The myth of this giant seam monster named Selma has been around for hundreds of years, and the locals decided it was time to optimize the viewing experience constructing a new lookout tower to help spot the monster in the water. Check out more photos of the Seljord Lookout Point here!
Balancing Barn by MVRDV in collaboration with MOLE Architects on thisispaper.com
In 2008 MVRDV was approached by a new organization called Living Architecture. Founders Charlotte and Alain de Botton and Mark Robinson met with MVRDV to explain their innovative concept. The basis was the discrepancy between what is often unappealing urban sprawl and the idealized countryside…
Fábio Galeazzo has designed the “Urban Cabin” in São Paulo, Brazil.
In an old abandoned house were used retrofit construction techniques. The existing structure couldn’t handle the heavy load and was complemented by a sustainable framework of giant bamboo beams and columns treated in autoclaves, the roof received green thermal tiles. Continue reading »
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This beautiful villa was designed by Lee Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership and it`s located on a top of a cliff, in in Anguilla, Caribbean. The interior of the house is decorated with fresh and modern elements. For more pictures click here.
The most creative concept behind the project is the fact that this house is multi level, yet it features no full set of stairs. The home is designed with levels that move up in small increments as you approach the top of the residence. Check out more photos of this Glass House here!
The Spanish design studio A-cero is known for creating some of the most stunning contemporary and modern residences on the planet. Their heavy use of concrete found throughout many of their projects makes their work easy to spot, yet each offering is truly unique to itself. Check out more photos of the Open Box House here!