Japanese architectural firm has created the House in Nanakuma.
Completed in 2013, this 1,528 square foot contemporary home in Fukuoka, Japan, consists of three floors which are connected by a large open staircase.
New York-based architectural firm has designed the LM Guest House.
Completed in 2012, this 2,000 square foot contemporary home features a simple rectangular shape with glass walls and a wood interior.
London-based architectural firm has designed the Fishing Lodge.
Completed in 2012, this 3,122 square foot contemporary house in Batak, Bulgaria, was built partially into the hillside in order to reduce the impact on the landscape and the environment.
Australian architectural firm has created the Fairhaven Residence.
Completed in 2012, this 4,628 square foot contemporary home captivates the eye with its unique angles and stunning ocean views. It is located in Victoria, Australia.
In 2013, created this contemporary interior for the Don Coffee Company in Pristina, Kosovo.
It was constructed from 1365 pieces of specially cut and formed plywood to create the impression of being inside a crumpled bag of coffee beans.
Argentine architect created this contemporary residence in Sag Harbor, New York, USA.
It is a renovation project that expanded the home’s exterior living spaces and improved the building’s overall sustainability.
This 2011 project is a contemporary vacation residence by that is located in Normandy, France.
The architects took a minimalist approach to the design, creating a comfortable yet efficient retreat.
recently created this contemporary residence for a large family in Sagaponack, New York, USA.
It is situated between the Atlantic ocean and a lake which required the home to be constructed from durable materials that could withstand harsh, wet conditions.
This modern residence is a 2012 project by that was designed for a client in Kitzbühel, Austria.
The contrast of wood and glass makes Haus Walde feel quietly elegant yet comfortable against its rugged Alpine backdrop.
This modern villa was created in 2012 for an elderly couple located near Mount Yatsugatake in Hokuto-City, Japan.
Because of the somewhat harsh environment of the area, the Tokyo-based architects of took special care in their design so as to manage the disagreeable temperatures.
By Sophie • Apr 18, 2013
This contemporary, multi-family residence by is located in Valle de Yunguilla, Ecuador.
The 2011 project features an open design that forms an intimate relationship with the exterior landscape.
This sustainable home is a 2011 project by located in the state of Michigan, USA.
Its height and cantilevered balconies allow the clients to better appreciate views of the surrounding landscape.
By Sophie • Mar 12, 2013
This rustic lodge, nested in the Dolomite Mountains of San Cassiano Alta Badia, Italy, was created by in 2010.
Although the building is a winner of the 2010 Cubo Dorato at the CasaClima Awards for its sustainable design, it has all the amenities one would expect from a five star hotel.
This award-winning cabin is a 2012 project by that can be found in Rovanniemi, Lapland, Finland.
It is a wooden structure perched on an outcrop overlooking the forest that consists of a living space, sauna, and woodshed.
Japanese architectural firm has created the House H.
Completed in 2012, this 1,242 square foot contemporary home features a bright and open wood interior.
In 2009, created this rustic residence located in the historic village of Albinen, Switzerland.
The exterior uses traditional materials such as rough wood and stone while the interior is, in contrast, dominated by smooth, white fir.