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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • National Library of Israel by Herzog & de Meuron

    The world renowned Herzog & de Meuron architecture practice has revealed its concept design for the National Library of Israel. The National Library is pleased to share the concept designed by the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron for the new home of the Library in Jerusalem. As set out in the brief for […] 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

  • Dubai Creek Harbour by Emaar Properties & Dubai Holdings

    Emaar Properties & Dubai Holdings partners up to erect the world tallest twin towers. Plans of developing a 6 million-square-meter waterfront is also underway. “Planned on an open site, Dubai Creek Harbour will combine the city with the natural contours of the creek,” said a statement from Emaar. “With no legacy ties to infrastructure, this […] 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

  • Lens House by Alison Brooks

    When a couple who run their own design and photography firm sought to turn an uninhabited Victorian villa in London into an integrated home and office, they gave architect Alison Brooks free rein to maximize the space. The result, dubbed the Lens House, features an unorthodox addition inspired by the aperture of a camera. Continue below for more […] More

  • Fondation Louis Vuitton by Frank Gehry

      Designed by the American architect Franky Gehry, the much anticipated Louis Vuitton museum located in France is finally completed. “From the invention of glass curved to the nearest millimetre for the 3,600 panels that form the Fondation’s twelve sails to the 19,000 panels of Ductal (fibre-reinforced concrete), each one unique, that give the iceberg […] More

  • Mountain Hostel by Atelier 8000

      This proposed project by architects Karel Havliš, Filip Havliš, David Zámečník and Ondřej Novosad of Czech studio; Atelier 8000 implies a giant cube appearing to have landed on its side in a snowy mountain valley. It will facilitate dining and accommodation for those travelling across Slovakia’s High Tratras peaks. “In the context of the mountain peaks the sharp […] More

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