Modern Home Extension For Art Collectors

Modern Home Extension For Art Collectors
This 19th century long house in Waterloo, Belgium, was transformed by architect Louis Paillard into a lived gallery space for a pair of art collectors. The project comprises a wood-clad extension with views toward a raised park, which gives the impression of an urban barn. The extension is an anamorphic, wood-clad house. Developed for a... 
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Contemporary A-Frame Cabin With Dramatic Decor

Contemporary A-Frame Cabin With Dramatic Decor
The Polish seaside town called Jezierzany very recently became a new tourist attraction thanks to a project completed by studio mode:lina. They designed a group of resort homes which form Camppinus Park. Both the architecture and the interior design of these resort homes bring together elements of both modern and traditional styles and the result... 
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Parisian Apartment For A Young Family With A Cat

Parisian Apartment For A Young Family With A Cat
When designing the Sacha apartment in Paris’ 15th arrondissement, SABO project turned to simple materials, like Baltic birch plywood, white resin, and the original concrete, for a clean, family-friendly space. The design involved combining two identical, overlapping apartments into one with the lower floor housing the bedrooms and the upper floor becoming the social space.... 
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MeMo House With A Garden On Three Levels

MeMo House With A Garden On Three Levels
BAM! arquitectura has designed a modern concrete house in San Isidro, Argentina, for a client who is passionate about landscaping. The house has been designed to have a garden which connects all of the architectural floors, which is immediately visible from the front door. Outside, the furnished patio leads to a swimming pool. From this... 
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Tall Holiday House With A Small Footprint

Tall Holiday House With A Small Footprint
This house was designed and built by architects Christine Arnhard and Markus Eck of studio Arnhard und Eck Architekten, and it’s only 4 meters wide and 13 meters long which is not a lot by any standards. The house is located in Oberaudorf, in Germany and serves as a holiday home. The dark exterior walls... 
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Minimalist House Shaped As A Wooden Tent

Minimalist House Shaped As A Wooden Tent
In a rural village in Nagaoka City, Japan, Takeru Shoji Architects has built the Hara House, a tent-like, wooden truss structure for a couple and their two children. Situated in a corner of a family-owned land, which the clients will inherit in the future, and which already includes various buildings, such as a main house,... 
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Unique Cleft House Split By An Atrium

Unique Cleft House Split By An Atrium
If you love seeing unique homes that make your jaw drop, this is it! This home features a “breached monolith” that hides a giant light-filled atrium, which Anagram Architects has completed on a busy street in New Delhi. Named Cleft House, the four-storey dwelling is designed by Anagram Architects for three generations of the same... 
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Natural Home With A Modern Art-Filled Interior

Natural Home With A Modern Art-Filled Interior
This fantastic home in Washington’s San Juan Islands is a unique bridge between nature and art – it’s a stylish canvas with plenty of artworks that are strongly connected to the landscape. Designed by Seattle architects Tom Kundig, the home was conceived in a way that makes the most of scenic views and plentiful wildlife... 
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Tiny Off-Grid Cabin For Sustainable Summer Getaways

Tiny Off-Grid Cabin For Sustainable Summer Getaways
Cabins located in the wild are all the rage now, and you may see lots of cool cabins here and there – by various architects and designs. Here’s one more cabin, a sustainable and off-grid one. Sydney-based architecture firm fresh prince has designed a compact off-grid cabin in Australia that offers a sustainable dwelling for... 
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Sondern-Adler House By Frank Lloyd Wright

Sondern-Adler House By Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright fans, here’s your chance to admire  his Usonian-style houses built in 1939. The Sondern-Adler House in the Roanoke neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri, is an L-shaped, 2,965-square-foot Usonian-style home, one of two that Frank Lloyd Wright built in Kansas City. In 1939, Wright designed a 900 square foot home for Clarence Sondern... 
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