Tiny Phoenix House At The Base Of An Active Volcano

Tiny Phoenix House At The Base Of An Active Volcano
This tiny guest house by designer Will Beilharz stands on a lava field on Hawaii’s Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is “literally rising from the ashes” of volcanic activity in the area. It is located... 
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Hillside House With A Shipping Container On Top

Hillside House With A Shipping Container On Top
Clay House designed by architect Budi Pradono is set on a hill in an Indonesian island east of Bali, and what’s special about it – it shows off a unique design feature: there’s a shipping container that seems to be slipping away from the top of the house. The residence is made up of a... 
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Modern Bali Retreat With East-Influenced Decor

Modern Bali Retreat With East-Influenced Decor
Today’s eye-candy is for all those of you who are missing a good seaside vacation and are eager to see a beautiful little slice of paradise. This is a gorgeous modern Bali retreat, which is perfect to relax, enjoy swimming and sunbathing. Fella Villas is created by the founders of the iconic Australian swimwear brand... 
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Jungle House With A Rooftop Infinity Pool

Jungle House With A Rooftop Infinity Pool
A swimming pool on the roof of this concrete residence by Brazilian office Studio MK27 sits within the dense canopy of a coastal rainforest in São Paulo state. The introduction of this house to this landscape has the objective of optimizing the connection between architecture and nature, privileging the view looking out to the ocean... 
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Minimalist Concrete Casa Branca In The Tropics

Minimalist Concrete Casa Branca In The Tropics
Sao Paulo-based architecture practice Studio MK27 designed ‘Casa Branca’, a concrete retreat inspired by Brazilian modernism. In order to withstand the area’s extreme tropical weather conditions, the minimal two-story structure was created with a combination of wood, concrete and white aluminum. To ensure air ventilation throughout the building, the architects decided on the installation of... 
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Living Amidst The Forest: Glazed Tepozcuautla House

Living Amidst The Forest: Glazed Tepozcuautla House
Nestled in the hills of Mexico City, the Tepozcuautla House consists of two concrete bodies — one for services and the other for the bulk of the house’s main areas — joined by steel bridges and a cantilevered staircase. The stairs and bridges give the illusion of walking on the vegetation below, all without interfering... 
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Tropical Casa T With Bold Earth, Wind And Fire Parts

Tropical Casa T With Bold Earth, Wind And Fire Parts
Casa T is a private residence composed of three studios located in Tulum, Mexico. Designed by Studio Architectos and owned by a New York fashion designer, the space integrates the idea of a Caribbean paradise with many textures, colors and adaptation to the tropical framework. Each studio represents a theme (earth, wind, and fire) with... 
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Boho Chic Home With Mexican Decor Touches

Boho Chic Home With Mexican Decor Touches
This is a dream home for a calm lifestyle, a quiet two-bedroom house overlooking the ocean in the southern hillsides. The style is boho with the most pure Mexican touches; white stone walls make a wonderful canvas for creating an awesome boho chic interior. Lots of natural-colored wooden and wicker furniture and décor pieces give... 
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Secluded Paradise: Casa AL With Natural Decor

Secluded Paradise: Casa AL With Natural Decor
The latest project from design studio Arthur Casas, Casa (house) AL, is built in Joa, in the hills outside of Rio de Janeiro, and is fully integrated with its natural surroundings due to the choice of materials. Upon the owner’s request, stone, wood and glass have been used throughout. Each of the three floors has... 
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19th Century Bacoc Hacienda With A Rustic Feel

19th Century Bacoc Hacienda With A Rustic Feel
Hacienda is a Spanish word for ‘estate’, and this 19th century Bacoc Hacienda has spent many hard years in abandonment and disuse. Then the new owner restored the house leaving the old masonry but with additions of modern architecture by Salvador Reyes Rios and Larrain Arquitectos. As Yucatan peninsula where it’s located looks like a... 
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