Construction is moving forward with Zaha Hadid Architects‘ mixed-use Leeza Soho tower in Beijing. The firm recently released stunning black and white photographs of the work in progress, as they move toward the late-2018 completion date. The images show the construction of the atrium as the building soars toward reaching its full 679-foot (207-meter) height next month.
This beautiful barn in Valldal, Norway is an incredible feat of amateur engineering featuring a stone ramp spiraling out from the...
Vacation planning offers a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Residing anywhere near a volcano might seem like a crazy proposition, but as the 103-acre Bistae Lodge in northern Rwanda shows, it’s not as scary as it sounds. Developed by eco-tourism group Wilderness Safaris, they’ve created six forest villas that are nestled into an eroded volcanic cone on the edge of the country’s Volcanoes National Park.
From ancient Rome to Harry Potter, creative individuals meticulously use LEGO bricks to create mind blowing scale models.
Historic Ottoman architecture was designed to accommodate more than its human inhabitants.
If you ever wanted to live out your Hansel and Gretel fantasy, but don't want to live in the forest, this urban cottage in New York's East Village might fit the bill. With its shaker shingles and lush greenery, the rooftop cottage looks like it's been plucked from a seaside vacation spot. The building, located at 72 E. First St., is full of history.
We all know that good architecture has the ability to create connections to place, and this runs so deep that...
Stairs are so commonplace in architecture that you might not give them a second thought.
Bordeaux-based contemporary art company Zebra3 has creatively paired animals with architecture for a recent—and arguably their most adorable—project. Called Les Guetteurs (“The Watchers”), this big-eyed bungalow is composed of three wooden owls that huddle together to form a sunny and off-the-grid two-story cabin. Crafted from timber and featuring feather-like, plywood shingles, Les Guetteurs puts a cute and clever twist on the traditional cabin. Its loft-inspired interior is both cozy and quirky.
Citing the street as their favorite workplace and the whole world as their canvas, Valencia-based couple Anna Devis and Daniel Rueda inventively interact with architecture.
Brick and mortar homes are the norm, but that doesn't mean they’re the only choice when it comes to living...