Published 19 days ago in Architecture
TG Studio has designed luxurious penthouse called St Pancras Penthouse Apartment in London. Read the rest of this entry →
The world famous scientific and geographic National Geographic magazine celebrated its 125 years, it was founded in 1888. Today, the publication read by over 40 million people in 26 languages around the world.
Published 74 days ago in Architecture
Designer Elora Hardy and architects PT Bambu, designed a complex of buildings which made of bamboo in a beautiful valley on the island of Bali, Indonesia. These unique bamboo house, repeat the office of land on which they are built, and offers magnificent views of the river, tropical forests and volcanoes. Here everyone can feel at one with nature!
Dar Al-Hajar – is a historical monument, considered one of the symbols of Yemen. It is located in the village of Souk Al Wadi, and often referred to as the Palace of Islam. The exact date of the original construction of the castle is unknown. However, there is a perception that the first buildings appeared long before the advent of Islam. In the Middle Ages the castle was completely destroyed by the Turks, and only in the eighteenth century, partially restored. Read the rest of this entry →
In the singaporean park complex “Gardens by the Bay”, where recently was installed a sculpture of the famous english painter and sculptor Marc Quinn. Made of bronze and painted white, it depicts a sleeping child – own son of the sculptor. Because of its special design, the new attraction seems weightless.
Published 106 days ago in Architecture
Tehran plans to build amazing Mosque Amir Al-Momenin. The integrated entity of the proposal plays its role as a religious and cultural center in the region scale while communicating with the environment. Read the rest of this entry →
Published 135 days ago in Architecture
This beautiful historic home in Williamsburg belongs to the artist Anthony Goicolea, and his partner Paul Kelterborn. Anthony and Paul originally bought the building on 1.200 square feet for $ 625.000 in 2006. After three years of work and about $ 1 million invested in the reconstruction of the house increased to 2,000 square feet. Read the rest of this entry →
Published 158 days ago in Architecture
In Marrakesh, Morocco, you can find this amazing four-buildings private residence, Fobe House, project signed and designed by Guilhem Eustache, for a Belgium film producer.
The house is made up of four white boxy structures, that comprise the main home, a pool house, a caretaker’s residence and a garage, for a 240 square meters total in this 2.5 hectares property. Fobe House is made out of locally-sourced natural materials and techniques, like clay, tadelack, Pierre de Ourika and, together with a sustainable architectural design, all this has helped to preserve at most the wildness of the land. And even if it could appear quite unreal, more like an art installation in the middle of the desert, its double-height walls, roof terrace and a fluid internal divisions, make it impossible not to admire.. Read the rest of this entry →