Maldives luxury resort

  PV panels never looked so good From above, the Kudadoo Maldives Private Resort looks like a shiny black beetle floating in a tranquil aquamarine sea. Located off one of the Maldives’ tiny tropical islands, the luxury resort’s main building has a roof built from solar panels arranged into aRead More →

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The 10 Most Envy-Inducing Architectural Homes of Last Year Architecture by Sally Tabart The ‘Planchonella House’ by Jesse Bennett and interior designer Anne-Marie Campagnolo. Photo – Sean Fennessy. The ‘Planchonella House’ by Jesse Bennett and interior designer Anne-Marie Campagnolo. Source: The 10 Most Envy-Inducing Architectural Homes of Last YearRead More →

2018 just might have been the year of tiny house saturation, and I’m okay with that. There are a number of HGTV shows on small space living, and every time you scroll through Instagram, it feels like yet another cute couple or family has decided to renovate a bus orRead More →

Portfolio of the new architecture of “Großmarkthalle Frankfurt”, 1928. Typography: Hans Leistikow. Via Nosbüsch Stucke Source: Portfolio of the new architecture of “Großmarkthalle Frankfurt”,…Read More →

The architectural objective was to achieve the maximal optimization of land which is 200 square metres (2,152 square feet), which would promote cohabitation as a family and at the same time, offer intimate spaces with the privacy required for each of the family’s daily activities, taking care of the relationshipRead More →

How small does an apartment actually have to be for it to be considered small? What’s small to some people might be tiny to others or standard to some. What about a micro-apartment? Well, we can assume that it would have to be pretty tiny so how do you imagineRead More →

Julien Gaquère, alias Jigé , is a self-taught artist who works at the Jouret workshop in Roubaix. His drawings in multiple shapes and colors are sometimes figurative, sometimes abstract, where characters and strange animals intertwine. Source: Cute and Colorful Characters by JigéRead More →

  These dimmable outdoor lights were designed by the architect Dominique Perrault and the designer Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost, a beautiful interpretation of the traditional tube light of Samode. Adjustable via your smartphone, the luminaires called Gude and Kyhn are available for indoor and outdoor use and fit perfectly in a contractRead More →

There are a few things that can improve the quality of your outdoor areas like a deck can. It is the most versatile addition that you can update your backyard, courtyard, porch or garden with. I mean, there are just so many things that you can do with a deck,Read More →

Growing up in New Zealand, London-based photographer Adrienne Pitts (@hellopoe) always had the urge to travel. “We are so far removed from everything there at the bottom of the world that we are taught at an early age to spread our wings and fly,” she explained. She recently booked aRead More →

From a floating university to a network of black female architects, Phineas Harper offers an alternative guide to the year’s most important happenings in architecture. A barrage of “top 10” articles come out at the end of every year, trumpeting the best films, plays, exhibitions and so on of theRead More →

What does your dream kitchen look like? The kitchen of our dreams is massive and flooded with natural light. It has counter space for days. Most importantly, it has a gleaming gadget lineup that spans the likes of KitchenAid mixers to Miele espresso makers. Source: Build Your Dream Kitchen InRead More →

Small studio space

This small one-room studio is decorated with lots of white combined with natural materials and warm colours like beige an ochre. This warm palette looks very inviting and unifies the style throughout the space. My favourite area must be the small white dining area with the white bentwood chairs. PerfectRead More →

tiny home you can buy

Here’s the thing about tiny houses that doesn’t get talked about much: They can actually be really expensive. A brand-new, completely finished tiny house can set you back somewhere around $80K, almost as much (in some places) as a much larger, more traditional home.Read More →

A small space doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be cramped. Maybe there is not enough light, furniture doesn’t sit well, the layout just isn’t right? How do you make a small room feel more spacious? With clever use of colour, furniture placing, space planning and lighting, your small spaceRead More →

The wooden original home constructions in this living space were completely put our attention to enjoy and feel the spirit of comfortable space for both living and accompanied our family member to growth and enjoy the life. The existent of wooden material still applicable until today since this material wasRead More →

Gorgeous roof garden feeds owners in proposed off-grid Yin & Yang House

View Slideshow Architecture studio Penda unveiled designs for an off-grid home Kassel, Germany with a stunning rooftop garden. Commissioned by a young family who wants to produce most of their own food, the Yin & Yang house.Read More →

The Magpie was one of Monet’s early attempts at capturing the effects of snow on the landscape.  This palette is called the Magpie.Read More →

Gazing up, the first thing you notice when viewing the 33-foot tall cabin, The 7th Room , is its base, an aluminum covering featuring black and white images of the pine trees that surround the structure. Used as camouflage, this exterior panel immerses the treetop cabin into its environment, blurringRead More →

Time Machine, a photographic exploration of Bauhaus and Art Deco stairwells in Budapest, Hungary captured by Balint Alovits. Balint Alovits is a freelance Fine Art and Commercial photographer who lives and works in Budapest, Hungary. Source: Bauhaus and Art Deco Stairwells Shot by Balint AlovitsRead More →