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  • What’s Inside The Old Chapel In Mill Bank?

    The Old Chapel In Mill Bank from the beginning of 19th century located in West Yorkshire (United Kingdom) is a Grade II listed property. While it is out of service and not run by a church  congregation anymore, the Chapel facade as a listed property had to remain intact. Not only that, but anybody who […] More

  • Philharmonie de Paris by Jean Nouvel Is Now Open

    The plans for the much talked about Philharmonie de Paris were first revealed seven years ago, the project by Jean Nouvel has immediately received harsh criticism. Not so much for the design (which was in its own right praised) but instead for the massive spending costs planned in advance for the project. The initial cost estimate for the project […] More

  • Asymmetric House by SNARK x OUVI

    Talk about a good use of space, Japanese studios SNARK and OUVI designed a three story house in a mere space of 6×13 meters. The restricted nature of the plot – measuring six meters long and 13 meters wide, and with three-storey buildings on either side – prompted the architects to integrate ceiling voids, set […] More

  • House of Eight Gardens by Goko

    Eight glass-walled gardens offer views of greenery to the occupants of this minimally furnished house in Cuernavaca, Mexico, by architecture firm Goko. The open-air spaces that give the project its name, House of Eight Gardens, were incorporated into the design by Mexico City-based Goko to enable daylight to illuminate the interior, as well to introduce elements of nature. “Our goal was to create a […] More

  • Stattmann Neue Möbel Lookbook by Studio Oink

    Lea Korzeczek and Matthias Hiller are the creative directors behind the German design office Studio Oink. The studio specializes in creating customized concepts for high quality set design and styling for film and photo productions. Apart from that, the designers also help clients to choose sustainable and tasteful design objects for home. Studio Oink aims […] More

  • HausHaus Hohlen by Jochen Specht

    Austrian architect, Jochen Specht, stuns us with a new project, HausHaus Holen. Creating an extension to a house to accommodate a family of four. Located on a hill above Dornbirn, Austia, the house stuns us with is waterfront view of the Rhine Delta and Lake Constance. Continue below for more: More

  • Littorinahavet 7 by Skälsö Arkitekter

    Skälsö Arkitekter erects Lottorinahavet 7, a stunning private holiday house for a young couple in the northern part of Gotland, Sweden. The house celebrates simple and clean design globally recognized as “very Swedish.” Continue below for more: More

  • Architect Mouzhan Majidi to join Zaha Hadid Architects

    Architect Mouzhan Majidi is the latest team member of the renowned Zaha Hadid Architects, it might have been a long road for Zaha and her team but today the architecture practice reshapes the way we see and understand architecture. Mouzhan comes from an equally important architecture studio, the Foster and Partners firm known for numerous […] More

  • MEKA House by Jason Halter & Christos Marcopoulous

    At only 320-square-foot, the MEKA house revolutionizes urban living with a price point of $100 per square foot in New York. That’s what a pop-up shipping container structure that was displayed in the West Village in 2010 promised Manhattanites. The sleek, 320-square-foot MEKA home, designed by Jason Halter and Christos Marcopoulous and featuring 70% recycled materials, was […] More

  • Vegetarian Cottage Extension by Cousins & Cousins

    Cousins and Cousins updates a Victorian house in London, to compliment a growing family’s need. The brick-built extension provides a glass-fronted dining room and extra bedroom for the residence – the first boasts the new modern window, while the second features more traditional fenestration. Continue below for more:  More

  • House in Miyake by Yoshio Ohno Architects

    Originally seen on Dezeen Photography by Kenji Masunaga. Yoshio Ohno Architects designed the 93-square-metre structure, named House in Miyake, for a site in Hiroshima, Japan. The one-bedroom home is built across a split-level site, which is separated by a four-metre-tall retaining wall. “Our thought was to use it as one site again. It was arranged so as […] More

  • Medical Center by SATA

    Led by Mark Thompson of SATA, the team designs the West Limerick Children’s Center in Newcastle West, Ireland. “We have focused on creating specific spatial experiences to be enjoyed all users at the centre regardless of disability, and on enhancing that experience through design features which would not trigger any distraction or discomfort for users […] More

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