Looks can be deceiving and this private residence located in the Persian Gulf in the United Arab Emirates proves this saying.
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Villa BH is created for an elderly couple who wanted easy to walk around spaces with lots of natural light.
The Verdant Avenue House uses smart lighting system and motorized oversize exterior window louvers to make use of the natural light and provide a better ventilation.
The Kiltro house is located in Talca, Chile and has a very controversial design.
Lumenhouse’s house is probably a favorite on this years European Solar Decathlon. With its small size it packs a lot of technologies to make your life easier and more eco-friendly.
Play a little golf, then relax in your living room watching the smooth waves of grass. h_Home is located on a golf course, which may be the perfect home for a golf enthusiast.
The World Architecture Community have completed the list of the 7th cycle of their awards. Be sure to check them out, some great architectural ideas, built or yet to be built.
The odd structure is made that way so it can pass fresh air below it, cool the house on hot summer days, and a whole bunch of other reasons.
The Casa V is made almost entirely of exposed concrete and wood to minimize the maintenance requirements and ensure the adequate aging of the spaces.
If you ever have the chance to visit Puebla, Mexico be sure to visit Boutique Hotel. Once a bottle factory, now remodeled to be used as a hotel.
The Ridgewood Residence is very luxurious and was designed to take advantage of the local Californian climate to the maximum – mainly natural light, warmth and views.
The solar array on the roof generates 9 kilowatts of electricity which powers the whole house. The building is almost entirely made out from bamboo.
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.
Located in Buenos Aires, this house is a great representation of how one should use small plots of land and still get amazing results.
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.