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Casa Meztitla, Tepoztlan, Mexico by EDAA. A series of pivoting doors allow for natural cross ventilation, open the house to the hillside scenery and lets individuals decide how much air flow they want in the space in which they're occupying inside

Casa Meztitla / EDAA

Casa Meztitla, Tepoztlan, Mexico by EDAA. A series of pivoting doors allow for natural cross ventilation, open the house to the hillside scenery and lets individuals decide how much air flow they want in the space in which they're occupying inside

Gallery of Interior Office of the Royal Tichelaar / Monadnock - 3

Gallery of Interior Office of the Royal Tichelaar / Monadnock - 3

Making a big deal out of the entryway in a very minimalistic way. The dark charcoal contrasts elegantly against the tan building, which also seems to float due to the darker finish below.

Gallery of Dig In the Sky / Alphaville Architects - 1

Gallery of Dig In the Sky / Alphaville Architects - 1

Digging a hole in the sky At the center of Osaka, We designed a residence that is composed of three buildings sandwiching two courtyards, so as to bring light to a narrow site surrounded by neighboring houses on three sides. As each building...

House like village / Marc koehler architects (17)

House Like Village / Marc Koehler Architects

House like village / Marc koehler architects (17)

Brandywine House  / Robert M. Gurney Architect

Gallery of Brandywine House / Robert M. Gurney Architect - 1

Two light-filled courtyards and a private parking space are concealed behind the metal-clad facade of this small house in Osaka, Japan

Two light-filled courtyards and a private parking space are concealed behind the metal-clad facade of this small house in Osaka, Japan

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