Archive for category: architecture

AndreBlair / December 1, 2010 1:59 pm

RIBBON HOUSE BY G2 ESTUDIO

The Ribbon House designed by G2 Estudio is located in the Argentine Patagonia.  The exterior is wrapped in a stone and wood facade while the interior is criss-crossed by diagonal columns and windows.  These columns and windows provide for a very beautiful dramatic home.  More pictures after the jump

AndreBlair / November 3, 2010 3:29 pm

TH HOUSE

The TH House by Japanese architecture firm baqueratta is a real work of art.  Incorporating traditional Japanese design aspects like large courtyards into a very modern aesthetic.  More pictures after the jump

josephaslam / October 20, 2010 3:04 am

LAKE HOUSE BY JOHN NILSSON

I will apologize before hand, but your family trips to that lake you go to ever year really never looked this good. Could this be the ultimate escape from reality? Designed by John Robert Nilsson Architects, this home sits in a far away place, somewhere in Sweden, exploiting the coexistence of beauty between design and nature. Infinity pool included

josephaslam / October 19, 2010 8:31 am

PAIK NAM JUNE MEDIA BRIDGE

A beautiful architectural piece is in the development stages in Korea. The company Planning Korea is the ones designin the mega-bridge structure over the Han river that aims to efficiently expand the city fabric on to the water. With a total length of 1080 meters, the bridge connects the Dangi-Li power plant, which is currently being redeveloped into a public cultural space, and the National

ella / October 13, 2010 1:58 pm

MICHAEL MALTZAN HOUSE

This heptagon shaped home by architect Michael Maltzan is an absolute beauty.  Sitting in the San Gabriel, Ca foothills this home represents a return to form for the once thriving Southern California modern architecture scene.  More photos after the jump

josephaslam / October 13, 2010 11:29 am

ONE+ MODULAR HOMES

We are such suckers for simple structures and barren landscapes. The future looks very minimal… One+ is a housing concept by the Swedish company Add-A-Room that allows users to build their home through prefabricated modules. The system was designed by Danish architect Lars Frank Nielsen and uses 15m square rooms as building blocks for dwellings. The units are built off

josephaslam / October 13, 2010 8:20 am

THE EAGLE COPTERS OFFICE

Did you guys ask for some pretty architecture for your Wednesday morning. Well let me fill up your bellies with this treat. The Eagle Copter office building is located in Colina, Chile and designed by Nicolás Lipthay | L2C. Impressive and minimalistic, just how we like it. More images and info after the break

ella / October 11, 2010 9:01 am

CD. DE MEXICO, VIDEO DOCUMENTARY

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/15068747[/vimeo] Came across this video while browsing online.  Produced by the Mexican government to promote tourism in Mexico City, this short video is very well put together.  It’s nice to see Mexico shown in a positive light with all the negative press they have been receiving the last few years