Casa a Bozzolo by Paola Marini
The ground floor is slightly lower than the garden, making it more intimate, and cozy, and protecting it from road.
Rocas House by Studio MK27 & Renata Furlanetto
The uneven terrain has been preserved, allowing for unobstructed ocean views from all main rooms.
Mothersill by Bates Masi Architects
The design was very much about travelling through the site and weaving the house together with the deck.
Cheongshim Water Culture Center by UnSangDong Architects
Windowless, as solid concrete helps stabilize interior temperatures, which is important for maintaining the machinery that runs around the clock in the underground plant.
Russet Residence by Splyce Design
A steep site with mature cedar and douglas fir, and an ocean view, it responds by nestling into the hill while also projecting out over it to maximise views.
King Fahad National Library by Gerber Architekten
Located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where it can reach 50ºC, the façade has a solar penetration level of only 7%, and at the same time makes it possible to look both in and out.
Observatoire by Noémie Goudal
The astronomical observatories by Maharajah Jai Singh II in Jaipur and Delhi were superimposed onto natural landscapes.
Mamun Residence by Shatotto
The heavy south west wind from the bay and round the year scorchy sun are two major considerations for the design.
25 Hours Hotel by KEC Architects
The interior design was planned by Studio Aisslinger.
Karvansaray Restaurant in Baku
The first photo made the rounds on Tumblr last year, with the rumour that ‘the hole’ was originally caused by a rooftop bomb attack. False. The restaurant is housed inside a 14th century caravasai, a Persian word combining kārvān (caravan) with sara (palace), essentially a traveler’s inn.
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