Holiday House By Wim Goes Architectuur
Light penetrates the interior through a four story glass façade, while the floors become more private in vertical succession.
Pontifical Seminary Reform by ON-A
A prestigious research centre where science, art, religion and history are part of the essence of the project.
Cities like open-air museums by Arne Quinze
When cities are perceived as open-air museums people would start seeing art as a given, as a part of life.
Fragment by United Visual Artists
421 octahedron frames forming an inverted pyramid.
House in Urgnano by Matteo Casari Architetti
Concrete box rises off the ground, offering a striking contrast with glass and azure water of the swimming pool.
Fairhaven Beach House by John Wardle Architects
The spatial journey from arrival to view is choreographed to increase anticipation before reaching the main living space.
Witchhouse by Maurer United.
Roof garden on top and three modules below with different functions: selling confectionery, sanitary facilities and storage.
House for a Musher by Mayer Sattler-Smith
Charred wood siding was used for the exterior cladding as reference to wildfires that happen in the area frequently.
Power Station Punibach by Monovolume Architecture
The power station is conceived as a fracture in the landscape.
Operable Boundary Townhouse by Dean/Wolf Architects
The relationship between the garden and the house fluctuates with the use of full height windows and flushed floor levels.
Sketches by Anna & Eugeni Bach
All of their architecture projects are represented by intricately hand-drawn black and white sketches, just line work, no greys.
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