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This is a category for those of you who find pleasure in analyzing the graceful lines and the silhouette of a beautiful building, who enjoy discovering new and intuitive designs for multi-functional spaces or who love modern architecture and everything that has to do with it. Browse our articles to come across wonderful architectural designs from all over the world.

A Modern Mountain Cabin With A Rustic Stone Shell Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on February 17, 2016

A Modern Mountain Cabin With A Rustic Stone Shell

Casa Vi is a romantic cabin retreat found in Sondrio, Italy. It covers an area of 75 square meters and was designed by EV + A Lab Atelier d’architettura in 2015. The cabin wasn’t built from scratch. The project involved the transformation of a derelict structure made of bricks and stone into a modern residence....

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House In The Andes Wrapped In A Rusty Metal Shell Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on February 10, 2016

House In The Andes Wrapped In A Rusty Metal Shell

Every house is built in relation to its surroundings and the impact it has on the landscape. This raises a set of unique challenges in every case. When the Evans House was built, the focus was on creating a smooth dialogue between the residence and its surroundings. The house was built in 2014 by A4estudio,...

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The Caterpillar House Brings Shipping Containers To The Andes Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on February 4, 2016

The Caterpillar House Brings Shipping Containers To The Andes

The Caterpillar House is a modern family home situated in Santiago de Chile. It was built in 2012 and occupies a surface of 350 square meters. The house was designed by Santiago Irarrazaval Architects in collaboration with Erick Caro for an art collector and his family. Although the reason why it was named like this...

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Exploring The World Of Green Roofs And Underground Homes Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on February 2, 2016

Exploring The World Of Green Roofs And Underground Homes

The strategies architects use to make buildings better interact with its natural surroundings, especially in remote locations surrounded by nature, are diverse and complex. There are two common approaches we can’t get enough of. One is to have the structure buried into the site in which case it would become a sort of underground home....

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Monolithic Villa Blends In With The Swiss Alps Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 27, 2016

Monolithic Villa Blends In With The Swiss Alps

Most of the times, especially in the case of urban homes, the location doesn’t really make a difference in the design and the architecture of the structure. However, when a house is located in an area as beautiful as this one, priorities change. Every design starts somewhere. In the case of the Montebar Villa, this...

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Michael Bay’s LA Villa – From Concept To Reality Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 25, 2016

Michael Bay’s LA Villa – From Concept To Reality

The process of designing and then building a house usually starts with a series of requests, a list of requirements coming from the client. After this, the architect or the team in charge starts starts to develop a concept meant to incorporate those elements along with a few suggestions. In the case of this gorgeous...

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Rustic Ski Chalet Renovated With Minimal Environmental Impact Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 22, 2016

Rustic Ski Chalet Renovated With Minimal Environmental Impact

Respecting the environment has become a priority for a lot of architectural projects lately. Whether the structures are built from scratch or renovated, lots of projects pay great attention to the surroundings, trying to make the most of the location with as little impact as possible. One such example is La Muna, a rustic ski...

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