Earlier this fall, the LEGO House opened its doors to the public. The giant center is located in the company’s hometown of Billund, Denmark, and its combination of shops, eateries, and interactive exhibits has made it a paradise for any LEGO lover. Now, one lucky family is getting the chance to take their LEGO experience even further.
We’ve previously introduced you to the Dutch architecture firm MVRDV, whose innovative designs show no creative bounds.
During the 20th century, architects turned their attention from traditional designs to more original aesthetics.
First designed in 1963, the Portland Japanese Garden was declared “the most beautiful and authentic Japanese garden in the world outside of Japan” by Nobuo Matsunaga, the former Ambassador of Japan. Today—after three years of construction—the 9.1-acre garden has been expanded by a further 3.4 acres, thanks to the work of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. Working together with the garden’s curator, Sadafumi Uchiyama, they designed a new “cultural village,” comprising three green roofed structures.
More than 20,000 visitors got a chance to admire Zaha Hadid Architects‘ latest project when the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and...
If you've ever dreamed of dining under the sea, you may soon get your chance.
When we think of tiny homes, it often means sacrificing some of the luxuries of more conventional-sized spaces. Your hobbies, for instance, might have to take a backseat to make room for more important things like your bed or kitchen. Olive Nest Tiny Homes proves that you don’t need to give up your passions to live in a small abode.
German architectural photographer Reinhard Görner has been working in the field since 1982, photographing both historical and contemporary architecture.
On the grounds of Segera—an award-winning, 50,000 acre wildlife eco-safari retreat in Kenya, East Africa—sits the NAY PALAD Bird Nest...
Many of us remember a time when getting your first library card was a rite of passage. Stepping into the library, filling out some details, and getting your card stamped for the first time signaled entry into the world of learning. Now, as time marches on, brick and mortar libraries are giving way to virtual collections, where borrowers can download and read texts online or via e-readers. So what do these changes call for?
We all know you can find almost anything on Amazon, but did you know that includes a house?
Auckland-based architect and director of LTD Architectural Design Studio David Maurice, focuses on combining affordable design with the stunning New Zealand...