"T Space" was designed as a gallery space in Dutchess County, New York by Steven Holl Architects (photo by Susan Wides) The skylights were designed so that no electricity was necessary, and there is no plumbing.
The T Space Gallery in New York’s Dutchess County, designed by architect Steven Holl to float over the landscape, and covered in a rain screen made of cedar boards that wrap around the building. Photography by Susan Wides via Archdaily.
This just looks great and adds interesting detail (this one is placed in a meeting room, but could be nice pretty much anywhere). Great use of a corner. Apartment and conference space in Warsaw by Maciej Kurkowski and Maciej Sutula