House 205, designed by H arquitectes. At first it appeared that the site was not suitable for the construction of a house. However, removal of the surface layer of earth exposed a wide bank of rock upon which a house could be placed without damaging the surroundings. The following objectives, shared by the developer, were […]
Australian Letterbox House, designed by McBride Charles Ryan. The reason why this building named “letter box” is the building begins as the letterbox and unfurls to become an irregular open verandah. + Project description below provided by architect – McBride Charles Ryan It’s like a half space, half enclosed, half open. Neither in nor out […]
Designed by USA practice Michael P. Johnson Design Studios Ltd. Ruth Hiller Residence is flying above the dense evergreen forest where located at the Winter Park – Colorado, USA. The building is set on the existing foundation and all the living spaces are planned at the top of the house to have the best view […]
The Vanke (one of China based developer) Sales Pavilion designed by CL3 architects, based on the principle of Chinese Courtyard house with an entry court, front garden, main pavilion, side pavilion with support facilities and back garden that leads to show units.
An incredible lighting design in Gilbert Yoga center, Yoga Deva. Designed by Blank Studio. The Yoga Center offers student a better mind and body connection practice environment. The architect attempts to design a calming atmosphere that the spaces dimly lit by cove lighting. The lighting condition changes in every spatial sequences, from a slender strip […]
ODOS architects has designed a wine store for Louis Albrouze located in Dublin. Two backlit “walls of wine” were created to either side of the store that to define the interior perspective. A random pattern but regular setting visual effect is achieved by the light which is filtered from the ‘wall’. The ‘wall’ is made […]
How do architecture bring your awareness of Aboriginal culture in response to its history and environment? What happens when architecture considers itself a small component of a larger system, as opposed to a self-referential all-encompassing whole? Let’s have a dialogue with The Pinnacles Interpretive Centre, which is designed by Woodhead.
This is a tropical architecture in Bali Indonesia, designed by Singapore based WOHA architects, who has built a global reputation for innovative design for projects in tropical environments. WOHA believes that it is the responsibility of the architect to create diverse, innovative and exciting environments.
Shattered, assembled by Canadian designer Brent Comber, he creates furniture using wood in unusual ways. The wood pieces pattern cut into various contemporary geometric forms, and fit them together like puzzle pieces. It ends up the chaotic-yet-organize aesthetic.