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This ship-like hidden retreat is cloaked in the forests of Spain

Great use of Glass and Steel! ------------------------- This ship-like pavilion in Spain reconciles the openness of glass architecture and the need for privacy. Penelas Architects designed the Hidden Pavilion as a quiet retreat that protects its occupants not through the use of curtains or blinds, but by treating the surrounding forest as...

Fly Box / ARO studio

Very monolithic looking! _________________________  ARO has designed a representative center for planning area a new development town in Voi - Lang Giang - Bac Giang. The new center will help homebuyers better understand the appearance, materials, and functions of new life when buying a home here. Link to Full...

Architects want to transform an old Dutch bridge into zero-energy apartments

Bridge housing projects are relay catching on!  Love i! ----------------------------------------------------------- In a bid to save, rather than tear down, a historically significant bridge in the Netherlands, Delft-based cepezed architects unveiled an adaptive reuse scheme for turning the defunct bridge into a base for energy-neutral dwellings and a conference center. Created in...

Owl Creek / Skylab

We do love corten steel and concrete! This is a spectacular looking house. ------------------------ Perched on the hillside, with panoramic views of Snowmass Mountain, the Owl Creek Residence was built on the idea that a physical place can deepen the connections between friends, families and the natural world....

ModPools – Cargo Container Pools

Something a little different this week. ---------------------------------------------------------- Modpools’ patent pending pool utilizes the structural rigidity of a modified shipping container to provide end users with a relocatable hot pool. Set up your pool in minutes and take advantage of Modpools’ built in spa. Enjoy your pool all...

War ruins are reborn as a sustainable home in Lebanon

Great repurposed /recycled building turned into something great! ------------- Having survived the Lebanese Civil War as a torture and detention center for militia forces, The House With Two Lives has a colorful past to say the least. So when Lebanese design practice Nabil Gholam Architects was asked to renovate...