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House M by Jun Igarashi

Located in the center of Hokkaido, House M, designed by Jun Igarashi, is a minimalist beauty with clean, streamlined elements throughout its interior and exterior. There is an exhilaration of simple, modern elements that define the home’s unique characteristics, including the way in which the architect separated the space to increase privacy. (more…)

Photographer Matt Lambros

What is it about abandoned places that draws our interest and opens our imaginations? An empty, disused building simply seems to beckon passers-by, tempting us to step inside and take a look at what happens to structures once humans leave them behind. Photographer Matt Lambros heeds that call, exploring and photographing these mysterious empty spaces. His incredible photographs express all of the history, loneliness and hope that are inherent in abandoned places. (more…)

Beautiful Plexiglass House

wpid-stainglass_house_03-2011-04-16-21-08.jpg“Kolonihavehus” is a colorful outdoor sculpture by Tom Fruin. (more…)

An NYC Home with a Steel Slide by Turett Collaborative Architects

How do you combine two penthouse condos together? With a slide, of course.
Turett Collaborative Architects (TCA) met the challenge of a NYC East Village client who wanted to connect the interior of two newly constructed penthouse condos in a fun way — with a slide. (more…)

M2 Metro Station

Here are a few photographs of the M2 Metro Station in Lausanne, Switzerland by Bernard Tschumi Architects, 2008. Above the green roof in the photos at top and bottom is the Interface Flon Railway and Metro Station (2001), also by Tschumi. A predecessor to these two projects is his Bridge City (1988) proposal for the area. Photos are by asli aydin.wpid-5030431191_1591b5272c-2011-04-9-02-01.jpg (more…)

TDA House

Cadaval & Solà-Morales designed this home to withstand the saltwater air and take advantage of the views in a coastal Mexican town. (more…)

Brian Parillo

Taking a cinematic approach, Brian Parillo finds incredible amounts of character in Los Angeles. Shooting at abstract angles, he directs our eyes to captivating geometric shapes. When he shoots up from the ground and into the sky, he gives us a sense of scale, showing us just how magnificent modern architecture can be. (more…)

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