How can you resist to such a nice welcome ?
Would a special agent like this villa ?
Who said architecture couldn’t be a tribute ? This villa is clearly one. Discover to whom in the article.
When artists create their own home, you can be sure to enjoy a very personal point of view on architecture and design.
Are you in a contemporary museum ? Not at all. You are in a parking ! Check it out.
What if your house could rotate to follow the sun or give you more space ? This is now a reality with this incredible house.
A luxury holiday villa, 6 meters above the ground, in the Atlantic Forest (Mata Atlantîca), UNESCO World Heritage site. A contemporary design entirely made from recycled wood and locally available materials, which can be returned to the ecological cycle (cradle to cradle). Enjoy. Une villa de luxe, 6 mètres au-dessus du sol, dans la Forêt Amazonienne (Mata Atlântica), site classé patrimoine mondial par l’UNESCO. Un design contemporain entièrement fabriqué à partir… Lire la Suite
Houses for pets are always a bit awkward, but this one is also very creative in terms of colours and decoration. Completely organised around the cat’s wellbeing, the house provides tunnels, climbing devices, walkways, ledges and even a spiral step, together with trees, plants and a specific ventilation system for this house to 18 cats! Do look beyond this fresh green and find all the cat’s installations … There is also a… Lire la Suite
In the 70s, the cold war created a true fear of nuclear bombing and some made sure they would survive in building an underground home. This house, built in Las Vegas in the 70s, is carefully hidden under a regular home and could host the entire family. They even thought of the barbecue; such a touching idea ! Dans les années 70, la guerre froide a créé une vraie crainte des… Lire la Suite
A great retreat house to rent, for a remote and rebalancing holiday. Une maison à louer, pour un séjour de repos contemporain. Place / Villa Extramuros, Arraiolos, Portugal Architect(e) / Vora Arquitectura Information / Archdaily