We’ve collected some photos (with information) of some of the strangest buildings in the world. Now it’s time to share the “DOs and DON’Ts” in architecture.
The structure actually envelopes two houses as the clients (father and son) wanted separate houses, but shared experience.
The house is located in a spot overlooking downtown Seattle and Elliot Bay.
The windows with their red curtains resemble a theater where a major act is going to be revealed. A great way to use curtains as a focal point in the facade.
The clients from One & Co wanted to create a workspace that represented the culture of their collaborative studio. The interiors are clean, kind of minimalist and well lit with predominant white color.
Located in Buenos Aires, this house is a great representation of how one should use small plots of land and still get amazing results.
The interior of this restaurant is drawn from James Bond from the 60’s and 70’s. We wonder if there are men eating sharks hidden somewhere there.
With a history of over 550 years the priests decided to build a headquarters that will be used for various events. The building itself is composed of two elements – roof and rooms housed underneath it.
ABYU have a great collection of lamps and pendants. The materials chosen for some of the lamps are unconventional, but deliver a great effect.
Mike Thompson has designed a lantern powered entirely by algae.All you have to do is add water from time to time.