The house is in a residential area at the foothills of Los Andes mountain range, in Las Condes, Chile.
The house sits on a steeply sloping hillside overlooking the historical centre of Ascona with views toward the lake and the mountains beyond.
The minimalist cliff cabin named “Maralah” is a tribute to the history of the specific area as a Native American Reserve.
Designed by Viennese architectural firm, BEHF Architects.
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The future home of the Boca del Rio Philharmonic Orchestra in Veracruz, Mexico.
Featured inside is an 88-foot long coffee bar, a ceiling constructed from 10,000 handmade wooden tiles, and the location even utilizes augmented reality.
Nestled into a Mercer Island hillside, this intimate two-story residence emphasizes craft, materiality and the connection to the outdoors.
Designed by Airbnb’s Environments Team with local architecture studio WRNS.
Forêt Blanche, a 54-meter-tall mixed-use tower located within the Paris metropolitan region in Villiers-sur-Marne.
Danish firm 3XN has been selected as the winner of a competition to design a new mixed-use waterfront building in Toronto’s East Bayfront district.
Located in the south of Portugal, in an area that serves as a transition between the Sea and the land.
This 3,000-square-foot ultramodern home is situated in Santa Barbara’s coveted Riviera neighborhood.
Designed by Casper Mueller Kneer Architects, the 22,000 square foot concept store — housed inside a 1930’s heritage building serves as both a retail space and a cultural hub.
The design mainly focuses on how to logically organize and repeat the basic unit of the form and structure to generate specific function, light environment, and atmosphere within each space.
Designed by Marco Simcic, the home is cantilevered either side of an outdoor man-made 'Canyon River' circulating seawater to produce geothermal radiant heating and cooling.
The architects and clients wanted to work with local artisans and employ local materials, while minimizing the impact of the pavilion upon the landscape.
Created with the hand tufting technique, a manually operated pistol injects pieces of wool, intuitive and fluid lines are achieved, as well as an organic composition.
As a trailblazer of Brazilian Modernism, Oscar Niemeyer is celebrated for his bold, sinuous forms, and his use of the “the liberated, sensual curve.”
Residence and Social Restaurant in Paris, designed by following an environmental approach while compromising with an existing building.
These recently completed stepped apartments are endowed with large terraces and private gardens ideal for those who wish to downsize from a suburban house.
A dramatic sense of openness, broad spaces that develop continually, with no partitions.
Lingers book and coffee bar is located in Shenzhen city, a hybrid space which combines reading, books, arts, coffee and desserts.
Using a ventilated facade on all sides and a system of piles, the shelter functions as a hermetic element suspended on the ground that from specific openings uses the rising current of the mountain to ventilate its interior.
Planned as a weekend residence, the owners were enthusiastic about transforming it into a permanent home.
The See Through House is located in one of the most exclusive areas of Singapore and was conceived together as part of a larger project comprising seven other houses.
Self-contained wooden shell, flexible and adaptable on different locations, climate conditions and terrains.
Located in the leafy suburb of Higgovale, set below the iconic Table Mountain, House Invermark overlooks the city and harbour of Cape Town.
The first up-close mass sighting of the most talked-about new building in the world, a $5bn, or so it’s said, Foster + Partners-designed loop of glass, aluminium, limestone and concrete and Apple’s new HQ.
Residential condominium building nestled in TriBeCa offering just 13 full-floor, duplex and triplex residences.
Aesop's in-house architect Jean-Philippe Bonnefoi provided Snøhetta with a mood-board of inspirations, including James Bond scenography for the new London flagship.
The building acts not only as an education center but as a connector from the park into the cultural district.
Designed to encourage social interaction and interdisciplinary collaboration, the building is vertically porous, making use of large open floor plates, glass partitions, and spacious staircases serving as social condensers.
Will make you feel like you’re living in a painting.
Ortraum Architects builds forest home in Finland with a trapeze, a climbing wall and a hammock.
The design aims to create a park borne of Russian and Muscovite heritage as well as one that draws on the latest construction technologies and sustainability strategies.
Auction house Wright taking bids for furniture from the incredibly-decorated Copenhagen restaurant Noma.
Despite her tragically early death in March of 2016, the projects now being completed by her office without their original lead designer continue to push boundaries both creative and technological.
Designed by H Arquitectes, two of the three sides of the site area defined by the heritage-listed frontage of the former Planell glass factory, built on Calle Anglesola in 1913.
Award-winning architect, Patel Taylor, reveals its latest contribution to London’s riverscape, Lombard Wharf.