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Detached House with Scenic Views of the Fjords in Norway

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Schjelderup Trondahl Architects AS completed last year in the tranquil city of Holmestrand, Norway the detached House Off/ Ramberg project, a single family house with a neat rustic appearance. The dwelling is located on the edge of a cliff and it overlooks the city and the fjords. It’s the perfect place to enjoy all the benefits of a […]

How to Elegantly Stage Your Secret Room: Bookcase Door by DeForest Architects

Have you ever seen a more elegant and “cultural” approach to a door design? This bookcase is our idea of a clever secret entrance and we just had to share it further with you guys. The project is part of a dream home by DeForest Architects entitled North Lake Wenatchee Residence, a sophisticated mountain retreat […]

Intriguing Design Roller Coaster: The Shifted House in Russia

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Admit it!- having your place turned upside-town (after a memorable party, let’s say) is not something you are unfamiliar with at times. But this particular house was intentionally built this way, which currently makes it a tourist attraction at the VVTs the All-Russia Exhibition Center in Moscow. Discovered by Freshome on My Modern Met and […]

Record-Breaking 53 Skyscrapers Built in Asia in 2013

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Interested in knowing how the construction of skyscrapers has evolved over time? Discovered by Freshome on Archdaily, these charts below unveil the number of 200+ buildings constructed in each year from 1920 to 2013, as well as the projected number of mega-structures in the following two years (a growing trend can be perceived). Moreover, the […]

Modern and Stylish Woorock Hammock Swing by Georg Bechter

Just swing in style with the inspiring Woorock Hammock Swing. It was designed by architect Georg Bechter to meet the expectations of those who adore to indulge themselves after an exhausting day of work. Just curl up, draw a deep breath and enjoy a fine moment of relaxation. At the intersection of hammock and swing, the stylish […]

Colorful and Diverse Small Apartment in Kiev by Rina Lovko

Rina Lovko completed the design of a colorful and diverse small apartment in Ukraine, packed full with captivating design details. The project has a total surface of 120 square meters and is located on the fourth floor of a new house in the historical part of Kiev. Working together with the creative team, Rina Lovko […]

Old Elegance Meets Modern Approach: One House, Two Faces in San Francisco

Janus House is a residential project, where old elegance meets modern, completed in 2012 by Kennerly Architecture & Planning in San Francisco. The house has two façades, a classic and formal one, Victorian, to the north and a less stiff and contemporary appearance, to the south. One of those homes that cannot pass unnoticed, Janus House responds […]

Train Depot in Rural Connecticut Transformed into Welcoming Modern Home

A tiny local train depot in rural Connecticut, USA was completely reinvented by the creative team at Gray Organschi Architecture. The resulting Depot House is an original looking welcoming modern home. We found out the studio saved and reinforced the existing 19th century foundation, cutting the costs of the new building. Two wooden volumes-reminiscent of […]

Visual Connection Between New and Old: Fitzroy House by Techne Architects

Fitzroy House, completed in 2011 by Techne Architects is a spectacular harmonious dream home integrating artworks and other personal items with sentimental value into a design that exudes boldness and character. The owners, a young family from Fitzroy, Australia, were looking to refresh some aspects of their life, so they started with remodelling and enhancing their house. Placed at […]

Majestic Semi-Rural Retreat Responding to the Environment in Brisbane, Australia

Northeastern Australian coastline, near Brisbane, benefiting from the watchful eye of the Tinbeerwah mountain we stumble upon the majestic semi-rural retreat of Sunshine Coast – The Tinbeerwah Residence. Carefully planned and the attention to detail dedicated to its design, give a simplicity of essence and differentiates the dwelling, from many others, highlighting primarily the quality of […]

Stir Kinetic Desk Guarantees You Will Become More Fit and Healthy [Video]

A sedentary lifestyle is unfortunately one of the major issues the modern world is facing. Coping with “sitting”, as a negative way to spend eight hours or more at the office, desk producers have come up with a revolutionary way of working, encouraging people to stand up. Even though there has been a burst of […]

Charming Modern Apartment Designed for Two Book Lovers in Barcelona

A skin made of wood that transversely crosses the housing is Susanna Cots‘ “leitmotiv” for this charming modern apartment for two book lovers in Barcelona. According to the designer, the main artery that unites the whole space is a wooden lacquered sheet that crosses the rooms and wraps them up like a warm and protective […]

Family Beach House With a Striking Silhouette in California: Rockledge Residence

The collaboration between Horst Architects and Aria Design led to the development of Rockledge Residence, an imposing family beach house perched atop a spectacular ridge in Laguna Beach, California. The owner’s brief requested a relaxed beach home for both the family and guests, as well as an optimized indoor-outdoor connection. Accepting this challenge, the project […]

Cubic Shapes and Modern Comfort Near Cracow, Poland: XV House

Located in a peaceful region near the old town of Cracow, Poland, the XV House was especially developed by studio RS+ Robert Skitek to take advantage of its hillside location and views: “The building stands on the highest point of the street; distinguished by its cubic form and smooth white elevations, it is the dominant […]

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