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Concrete houses


Concrete houses

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Stepping stones traverse a pool at the centre of this concrete home.

Stepping stones traverse a pool at the centre of this concrete home.

Stepping stones traverse a pool at the centre of this concrete home.

Stepping stones traverse a pool at the centre of this concrete home.

Stepping stones traverse a pool at the centre of this concrete home.

Stepping stones traverse a pool at the centre of this concrete home.

Luciano Kruk Arquitectos complete concrete and glass cabin.

Balham House interior by Simon Astridge

Balham House interior by Simon Astridge

A combined car park and terrace covers the roof of this hillside house in Los Angeles.

Some of the concrete walls of this house in Yokohama, Japan, were formed against wooden planks, while some have been rendered white and others have been left plain.

Some of the concrete walls of this house in Yokohama, Japan, were formed against wooden planks, while some have been rendered white and others have been left plain.

Some of the concrete walls of this house in Yokohama, Japan, were formed against wooden planks, while some have been rendered white and others have been left plain.

Some of the concrete walls of this house in Yokohama, Japan, were formed against wooden planks, while some have been rendered white and others have been left plain.

An indoor courtyard with an earth floor and central tree is concealed behind the concrete walls of this bulky house.

An indoor courtyard with an earth floor and central tree is concealed behind the concrete walls of this bulky house.

An indoor courtyard with an earth floor and central tree is concealed behind the concrete walls of this bulky house.

An indoor courtyard with an earth floor and central tree is concealed behind the concrete walls of this bulky house.

A bridge over a stream connects the two sides of this concrete house in India.

A bridge over a stream connects the two sides of this concrete house in India.

This concrete house in Tokyo was designed for a family that regularly accommodates foreign exchange students.

This concrete house in Tokyo was designed for a family that regularly accommodates foreign exchange students.

This concrete house in Tokyo was designed for a family that regularly accommodates foreign exchange students.

Japanese firm atelier HAKO architects used concrete dotted with formwork impressions for both the internal and external surfaces of these stacked residences in a suburb of Tokyo.

A rooftop swimming pool with a glass floor cantilevers out beside the entrance to this house in Marbella, Spain

  • Tamara Isaacs Ciocci
    Tamara Isaacs Ciocci

    Very cool