This house is located in an exceptionally picturesque location: the holiday village in the mountains of Nagano Prefecture: Karuizawa. It is provided for a couple who have just started retirement.
Brutalism has been extremely popular recently, architecture fans eagerly reach for photos of brutalist projects in search of inspiration. We present a project that will delight all fans of not only brutalism, but also of Paris!
In times of a pandemic, a house outside the city is an extremely valuable asset: after all, when travel is much more difficult, the possibility of going away for a weekend away from civilization becomes priceless. This minimalist house located in Mexico is the perfect example of an elegant home for the weekend!
This house is the perfect vacation spot. It is situated on a hillside in Oaxaca, overlooking Mermejita Beach and the endless waters of the Pacific. Lots of exotic greenery around - can you imagine a better place to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life?
If an exotic vacation in Bali or the Maldives is not enough for you, this destination will surely impress you! Who wouldn't want to spend your holidays ... in orbit? Although it seems like a science-fiction story, it turns out that such a holiday may soon become possible!
Rome-based Alvisi Kirimoto studio has designed an inexpensive residential complex to be built in the Barletta district of Apulia. Named after Viale Giulini, the C-shaped building consists of 50 apartments, an underground car park and service premises.
Madrid's architecture offers a lot of variety: from baroque pearls to modern skyscrapers such as the CaixaForum by Herzog & de Meuron. Spanish photographer Roberto Conte, however, decided to focus on a less known period in the architectural history of the Spanish capital - brutalism. His series, created in 2020, is a fascinating journey through the most interesting, brutalist gems of Madrid.
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This project is a surprising combination of rural building traditions and modern architecture. The architectural studio Bureau de Change decided to combine the form of a barn, local materials and modern accessories.
This house is the perfect example of a building that has been designed with respect for its surroundings. Its minimalist form, instead of spoiling the landscape, gently blends into the background, and the selected materials harmonize with the local nature. The Canadian studio Office of McFarlane Biggar Architects + Designers is responsible for the design.
Because of pandemic, artists lost their jobs almost overnight. Many performances and concerts have been canceled, and the hitherto bustling theaters, operas and concert halls have been abandoned. Stufish has an idea for a theater that will work even in times of a pandemic.
The annual H&M collection created in cooperation with a famous fashion house is already a tradition. Every year, in front of the famous chain stores, there are lines of fashion lovers. This year, H&M invited Irish-Chinese designer Simone Rocha to cooperate.