• Wang Shu again...
  • Ceramic House
  • Mattituck Beach House
  • . The Brazil architecture firm of Fernanda Marques makes the most of what is a relatively compact home design, measuring 2,700 sq. ft., by taking it outside, so to speak. This modern loft features “outdoor” elements inside, like stone, steel, glass and wood paneling, and eliminates the typical interior walls and dividers in what becomes an open, airy outdoor living house plan – extending living space well beyond the home’s mere square footage.
  • Nice
  • The Avenue House by Neil Architecture
  • ON the water
  • Munich, Germany     A project by: Deubzer König + Rimmel Architekten
  • The house above is Villa Mecklin, designed by Huttunen + Lipasti + Pakkanen Architects. It is located on a rocky Finnish island. According to ArchDaily (the source of these photos, taken by Marko Huttunen), most of the architectural problems were hammered out on site, negating the need for work drawings. Construction went at a slow pace, but the result is a home that is fully integrated into its environment.
  • Openings by Wang Shu
  • Carling Residence by TACT Architecture
  • saunders architecture 'squish' studios, newfoundland, canada
  • Wolfson Trailer House 1949-51 by Marcel Breuer
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  • imagine painting here?  squish studio by saunders architecture
  • La Casa de Retiro Espiritual de Emilio Ambasz en Sevilla
  • Renzo Piano | Piano Pavilion, Finland
  • Amazing. And it's in Thailand.
  • Wang Shu - perfect imperfectionism
  • Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion, located on the outskirts of Dovrefjell National Park. Designed by Oslo-based architects Snohetta, the Pavillion offers a place for visitors to observe the last wild reindeer herds in Europe on the mythical Dovrefjell mountain range. The curved interior constructed by shipbuilders out of reclaimed pine while the exterior is made of raw steel for durability in a harsh climate. The suspended fireplace is for warmth.