Treehouses, thankfully, aren‚Äôt one of the many things we had to leave behind as we grew older. There are still plenty out there ‚Äď you can just check our collection of 15 awesome treehouses around the world. And today we want to show you another one ‚Äď Treehouse Retreat inRead More →


I think my fascination with European chateaux and castles is due to the fact that we just don‚Äôt have that type of history here in the United States. If you share my obsession, you should definitely pick up T Magazine 2018 Design Issue in The New York Time s onRead More →

Located in the port of Copenhagen, this small artificial island offers a true oasis of relaxation. Created by designers Blecher and Fokstrot and soberly entitled √ė1, this 25m¬≤ platform was built entirely of wood, using traditional techniques used for boat building. This island is the first prototype of the CopenhagenRead More →

At 2018 Milan Design Week, Nagami will make its official debut with a pioneering project, ‘Brave New World: Re-thinking Design in the New Age of Technology,’ combining computational design and large-scale robotic 3D printing.Read More →

Black and white architecture

Black and white combination has always been synonymous for elegance, synthesis and minimalism. There is no better than classic for an assured successful design. The architecture in black and white brings with it a great symbolic burden. Source: Top 10 Architecture in Black and WhiteRead More →

Arquitectura x have designed a modern steel and glass house for a family in Quito, Ecuador, that has a large garden and an outdoor living area. The single level home sits slightly raised from the garden which is used by the family for playing football, while the structure of theRead More →

If ever there was a hotel made for the 21st century bohemian, it would be Casa Cook Kos. The second hotel in the Casa Cook hotel series following the launch of Casa Cook Rhodes in 2016, the Kos iteration has designers Annabell Kutucu and Michael Schickinger‚Äôs style stamp all overRead More →

Russian photographer Ekaterina Busygina captures the marvellous verticality of the city of Hong Kong in her series City Maze. Whether looking down at the city from the Peak, or looking up at the vertiginous buildings, we get to discover this amazing city that is constantly alive with people, lights, soundRead More →

It‚Äôs that time again! Floor Plan Friday! I always find a never ending supply of plans to look at. I also never get sick of searching for them. There are a lot of¬†same-same¬†styles out there, so the hunt for ‚Äėthat something different‚Äô is always on. Today I have a prettyRead More →

photographer laurian ghinitoiu has shared images of the new headquarters of amorepacific, korea‚Äôs largest beauty company. designed by david chipperfield architects, the project broke ground in central seoul in 2014, and is now opening in stages to the company‚Äôs employees. the building spans seven basement levels and 22 storeys aboveRead More →

Herzog & de Meuron¬†has unveiled plans for two apartments blocks built on stilts, as part of its¬†redevelopment¬†of an abandoned brewery on the banks of the Moscow River. The Swiss architects¬†plans to restore the Badaevskiy Brewery in the centre of the Russian capital will include building two residential blocks raised 35Read More →

Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron Herzog & de Meuron¬†has released images of their proposed scheme for the redevelopment of an old¬†brewery site on the banks of the¬†Moscow River. The Badaevskiy¬†Brewery project will see the transformation of a largely abandoned cluster of historic,¬†industrial buildings,¬†a delicate¬†restoration¬†project contrasting with the contemporary additionRead More →

    An art collector who died earlier this year donated a remarkable collection of escaliers to Cooper-Hewiit Museum. The tiny staircases were fashioned by French compagnons, a secretive trade group of master craftworkers. Via Atlas Obscura: Historically, woodworkers have often chosen to produce a tiny, intricate staircase as theirRead More →

Name: Eloisa Ribeiro and Anderson Ribeiro Location: Venice, California Size: 800 square feet Years lived in: 3 years, renting Eloisa Ribeiro is a mom, dog lover, model, actress and the owner of The Wolf Nest, a business that sells one-of-a-kind designed “pillows for pups + cushions for home.” Born inRead More →

Cody Ellingham is a photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. He has been exploring Japanese public housing apartments, known as ‘Danchi’. These massive structures were built in the 1960s and 70s as a vision of a new Japan. Half a century later, the buildings are in decay.Read More →

¬© Javier de Paz Garc√≠a Architects: ENORME Studio Location: Plaza de Santa Maria Soledad Torres Acosta, 28004 Madrid, Spain Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Javier de Paz Garc√≠a, Luis Alda Collaborators: Construcci√≥n CARRSA / energ√≠a solar e interactividad CRE√ĀTICA Gardening And Landscape: Greener and the Other Side Client: MINI Espa√Īa /Read More →

¬© Pedro Vannucchi Architects: Base Urbana, Pessoa Arquitetos Location: R. C√©lso Lagar – Jardim Ester Yolanda, S√£o Paulo – SP, Brazil Area: 82000.0 m2 Project Year: 2014 Photographs: Pedro Vannucchi Authors: Catherine Otondo (Base Urbana), Marina Grinover (Base Urbana), Jorge Pessoa (Pessoa Arquitetos) Team: L√≠via Marquez, Matheus Tonelli, Patricia Mieko,Read More →

¬© MD Pursuit Architects: HII Architects Location: No. 420, Section 2, Shulin St, South District, Tainan City, Taiwan Executive Designers: Jing-Yuan Hu, Kao-Chun Huang, Bin-Chuan Lai, Chia-Hern Wei Lighting Designer: Bo-Kuan Wu Visual Design: block design Area: 364.0 m2 Project Year: 2016 Photographs: MD Pursuit ¬© MD Pursuit TextRead More →

Pink sculptured wall

In 2016 sculptures by the artist Fred Sandback were exhibited in buildings designed by the famous architect and Pritzker Prize winner Luis Barrag√°n. Entitled The Properties of Light, the on-site installation became a sensitive dialogue between the two creative disciplines ‚Äď one that is now celebrated in a new bookRead More →

¬© Yijie Hu Architect: COBBLESTONE DESIGN CANADA Address: No.9,Ke Yuan Roa ,Daxing District, Beijing, China Lead Architects: Tingjie (Peter) Liu Design Team: Tingjie (Peter) Liu, Lianying Qin, Biao Dai Collaborators: Shanghai Zhongfu Architectural Design Institute Area: 11500.0 m2 Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Yijie Hu ¬© Yijie Hu Text description providedRead More →