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Glass/Wood House by Kengo Kuma & Associates (via Daily Icon)


Organic Architect Robert Oshatz’s house ( Portland, Oregon )

GM World Headquarters - Detroit, Michigan

Copenhagen Sunrise - Denmark

View of Corniche through Arch, Doha city, Qatar

Amazing View - Rome, Italy

Moonlight at Twilight Pakistan Monument situated in Islamabad Usman Bajwa


Renato D'Ettorre Architects

Barcelona balconies

Wow. Good colors.

Phantasmagorically Lovely, poppypanache:Oia’s sunset by Beppe 1977 on...

The Malator House, Pembrokeshire, England. It's carved out of a hillside and shaped like a tunnel, but its glass-fronted design allows it to be bathed in masses of light.

Incredible high-tech homes The Heliotrope in Germany may be the world’s first home that generates more power than it uses.

The Spiral Building - Japan

The Spiral Building, a photo from Aichi, Chubu | TrekEarth

Luxury Houseboats in Alleppey Kumarakom Kerala, India

Skiatos Island, Greece

Designs for a jumbled stack of apartments in Montenegro by Indian firm Sanjay Puri Architects was awarded the future projects residential award. The studio was inspired by the organic patterns made by rooftops in a nearby town to create the unusual shapes on the facade of Terasa 153, which will contain 9 floors of apartments above 2 commercial floors. The “project was selected for its original connection to context, inspired by the local architectural language transposed into a new built form”

Bioclimatic architecture is a speciality that aims to combine comfort, energy conservation and environmental sustainability . Although it may seem a new term in antiquity and is built around the idea of optimizing spaces depending on sun exposure, climatology and environmental geolocales characteristics. A house built according to bioclimatic architecture can be more expensive than usual but the initial cost is amortized to decrease energy consumption

What looks rather like Noah’s Ark is actually a ship house in Borovoy, Russia. Owner and builder Nikolay claims the idea for this 29-foot-high, 45-foot-long house came to him in a dream. He started on July 7, 2007 and constructed the three-bedroom house without any architectural drawings. Since then, it has received much attention - and admiration.


Ten Recycled Shipping Container Buildings

Architectural Models by Peter Zumthor

Architectural Models by Peter Zumthor

Youth Centre by Cornelius + Vöge