Tender2 brings to the beach Royal Botania’s iconic Wave and Surf Hammocks, as well products like from other luxury brands including Smeg, Trespa, and Duravit, in whose Blue Moon tub guests can luxuriate from their en-suite bath while gazing out to the blue seas.

At one end of the space, which is topped by a barrel ceiling, a hammock offers a tantalizingly cozy place to nap. Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel Read more: http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/arch-support.html?slide=14=y=true#ixzz20QjoJfjz

Plastic Moon / N MAEDA ATELIER

This writers studio could make an awesome tiny house with some minor modifications. Designed by SMNG-A Architects, this 448-square-foot studio is an addition to an existing 1,100-square-foot house. It doubles both as a creative get-away for the owner and as a private space for any guests. For more info & pics check out http://humble-homes.com/a-small-energy-efficient-guest-house/

Can Manuel d’en Corda / Marià Castelló - Daniel Redolat

Energy Solar Decathlon show home solar panels can be used as a decorative covering as well to create breezeways that contribute to the home as well.

Eichler home - Orange California


Bamboo broom hedge, designed by Hiroshi Sugimoto

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House of glass

Minimalist style is one of the crowning architectural achievements of the 20th century. Minimalism is charming in almost any space. Simplicity and elegance in furniture and decor choices.

Stairs leading up from the ground via an intermediated terrace to the covered outdoor space of the house. The Farnsworth House by Mies van der Rohe (1945-1951).


minimal facade | modern house

Castelvecchio - Carlo Scarpa. @Deidra Brocké Wallace

Float House / Pitsou Kedem

DIA Beacon

seventeendoors: incredible sliding wall of windows to bring the outside in.

Dwell shows us how to extended lai residence exterior. Another unique use of expanding the living space by bringing together interior and exterior spaces.

Dogwood tree blossom.