When two seemingly disparate subjects come together, they can produce a visual enchantment we would've never imagined otherwise. Illustrator Federico Babina is known for his creative mashups like Archilife, which paired movie stars with homes designed by famous architects. He’s recently unveiled his latest series called Architale that’s in the same vein—this time, it focuses on fairy tale architecture.
Self-taught photographer Thibaud Poirier points and shoots his camera at the interiors of Berlin's most stunning buildings in his new...
In 1987, acclaimed architect Roderick James transformed a crumbling concrete home into a beautiful barn house.
There is almost no setting more perfect for a living space than the stunning Colorado Rocky Mountains. When architecture, construction, and development firm GLUCK+ was hired to construct a house in the area, the architects made sure their work integrated harmoniously with the beautiful landscape. Their solution was the House in the Mountains, a green-roofed guesthouse that’s partially buried underground and perfectly blends in with its surroundings.
Australian architecture firm ArchiBlox has created an eco-friendly home that was constructed in just six weeks' time.
What do you do if you have a wooden office building from the 1950s on your property next to a...
You've probably heard of condominiums, but what about barndominiums? Thanks to Morton Buildings, they're becoming a housing trend in North Texas. For over 15 years, the construction company has specialized in transforming ordinary barns into extravagant spaces. Often, these barndominiums are used as “hobby houses,” where people pay homage to their passions like big game hunting or car racing. For Paul and Judy Pogue, however, it's the site of their luxurious home.
Located near the base of Lion's Head mountain in Cape Town sits the OVD 919 house.
This amazing prototype, rolled out by green architectural and manufacturing firm ArchiBlox, is billed as the first pre-fabricated, carbon-positive house.
A new landmark will soon be joining the iconic New York City skyline: 432 Park Avenue, the address of a 1,396-foot condo tower that is now the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th streets in midtown Manhattan, the 96-story skyscraper offers 104 units at 30,000 square feet each, with prices ranging from $16.95 million to a whopping $95 million for the best penthouse suite.
Located near Omiya Station in Saitama, Japan, the S-House is a transparent home with an extraordinary, avant-garde geometric structure.
Designer and architect Margot Krasojevic recently revealed designs for this futuristic home concept, called the Hydroelectric Tidal House, in which...