Petting Farm / 70F Architecture
Completed in 2008 in Almere, The Netherlands. Images by Luuk Kramer. Most city parts of Almere, a city with almost 190.000 inhabitants, have a petting farm. In the 'den Uyl' park there used to be one, but it burned...
"Casting Architecture" Examines the Humble Ventilation Block in Tropical Design | Artinfo
humble ventilation blocks.
O Una Arquitetos fundado em 1996 é a associação de quatro arquitetos formados pela Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da USP.
Utsav House / Studio Mumbai
On a barren plateau, a house is set low into the ground, protected by four black basalt walls that enclose a shaded courtyard, within which pools,...
Corner House by DSDHA
A solid and geological, charcoal brick six-storey apartment block is a thoughtful and refined addition to London’s Fitzrovia, says Catherine Slessor
Guilhermes Home Studio / Studio Guilherme Torres
Completed in 2010 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Images by Denilson Machado – MCA Estúdio. This house is an original construction of the 40s,it belonged to a great Brazilian artist, Victor Brecheret, the man behind great references in the...
Lebanon-based architect Paul Kaloustian took advantage of the height a dense pine tree forest offers, and opted to invert the thumb-rule of broad and horizontal modernism. Designing a residential house infused with a courageous vertical visual identity; often found in museums and university campuses.
The Breezy, Beautiful Brazilian Leaf House
Outside of Rio de Janeiro, on a beautiful little beach with amazing blue water, sits a little house with a flowering roof that shades and protects like a big
RIBA Find an Architect
Daylight and natural ventilation of the debating chamber via this beautiful aluminium tubes clad funnel. National Assembly of Wales by Richard Rodgers. (image copyrights Redshift Photography 2006 via RIBA website)
Gallery of Paraty House / Suzana Glogowski + Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan - 4
Image 4 of 47 from gallery of Paraty House / Suzana Glogowski + Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan. Photograph by Nelson Kon
Stirling Prize shortlist 2011 | Dezeen
Hopkins’ hyperbolic paraboloid-shaped Velodrome for the London 2012 Olympics (above) is one of six projects shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2011. Top and above: Olympic Velodrome London 2012 by Hopkins - photography by Richard Davies The shortlisted projects are: » An Gaelaras, Derry by O’Donnell and Tuomey » The Angel Building, London by Allford Hall Monaghan
Stanton Williams builds contemporary addition to Cambridge University campus
Stanton Williams has completed a four-storey addition to a business school at the University of Cambridge which adjoins to an existing historic building.