An international team of young architects based in Copenhagen have won first prize for their proposal ‘Finnskogens Hus’ in a competition for a new Museum of Forest Finn Culture in Svullrya, Norway.
Only accessible by seaplane, Bawah is true barefoot luxury, a sanctuary to slow down and unwind in.
“Svart” the world’s first Powerhouse hotel, at the foot of the Svartisen glacier that runs through Meløy municipality in northern Norway.
An assertive piece of architecture located on top of a ridge of 50 acres, directly in front of Mt Franklin, with dramatic views of the surrounding hills, farmland and bushland.
Japanese designer Jin Kuramoto created a 100% biological flax fiber chair.
A retreat and secluded entertainment destination for an invited few.
The shape allows the tent to stand up to winds of over 58 mph – as the force is spread more evenly across the structure.
"Every year I take my backpack over the world to explore new lands, in search of a sense of loneliness and freedom with the intention of letting nature take its place."
Born in Madrid, Spain, Daniel Beltrá is a photographer based in Seattle, Washington.
Located on a 40-acre site at the base of the Teton Range in northwest Wyoming, this 6,500-sqaure-foot house is situated atop a gently sloping knoll inhabited by a mature aspen grove.
Elegant single-family home that reflects the surrounding area’s medieval and renaissance history and takes full advantage of the rural landscape.
Sitting pretty in nature’s playground, this lush lakeside resort emulates nostalgic alpine and après-ski ambiance – perfect for the pleasure seeking adventurer.
Located on a granite outcrop of the scarp, this small project is a restrained piece of contemporary design, a steel and glass box.
Set within the Gudbrandsdalen valley, this little cabin in Sjusjøen was designed by Aslak Haanshuus.
A seascape and ocean photographer living on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Showcasing a sun terrace and views of the sea, Sunyata·Pure House is located in Dali.
San Francisco California is known for its foggy weather. The Fog in the bay area feels like it has a mind of its own.
“My main goal always is to try to capture the emotions and feelings my animals feel while I take the photos of them”
Spasm Design has created this Lonavala, India-based home. The country residence overlooks some incredible sights, including the nearby Pawna lake.
Transformative technologies that allow growing fresh, vitamin-packed food locally and sustainably.
2017 Contest Winners.
Once a working sugar mill, Alila Yangshuo is now a modern retro resort, combining stylish simplicity, in tandem with its picturesque setting.
Flying in a helicopter high above the coast of Greece, German photographer captures unusual networks of circular fish farms.
The minimalist cliff cabin named “Maralah” is a tribute to the history of the specific area as a Native American Reserve.
Most of the footage in this film was shot in Arizona in 1,000fps uncompressed raw.
Sleep within a whisker of tigers.
Forêt Blanche, a 54-meter-tall mixed-use tower located within the Paris metropolitan region in Villiers-sur-Marne.
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.
Areal views of the rugged mountaintops, glaciers, and vivid northern lights painting the skies.
Low Earth Orbit is a zone between earth's surface and 2,000km, where we find most of our satellite system orbiting around our planet, together with the international space station.
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.
One of the strangest landscape elements of the Alps are the so-called earth pyramids of South Tyrol.
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.
Collection of timelapse clips and aerial clips from the Dolomites mountains in Italy.
Assembling snippets of reality into intricate architectural collages.
For generations, Kazakh fishermen have set out on the frozen Ishim River in the hope of catching fish beneath the ice.
Sitting on a wooden platform, the structure floats on the surface of a lake.
Under will provide an under-water experience inspiring a sense of awe and delight, activating all the senses – both physical and intellectual.