A modern cabin architecture design located in Cape Breton Nova Scotia. This is a single family summer home designed by Omar Gandhi Architects. / The Green Life <3

Omar Gandhi Architect Inc. worked in collaboration with Design Base 8 to design Rabbit Snare Gorge, a cabin in Inverness, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

B25 House / PK Arkitektar

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POD Boutique Hotel Cape Town, South Africa A project by: Greg Wright Architectsl (via Gau Paris)


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Maison Palmeraie in Marrakech, Morocco | Yellowtrace.

Maison Palmeraie in Marrakech, Morocco

Walls-courtyard-pool House in Marrakesh designed by interior designer Esther Gutmer and architect Helena Marczewski

House on the Marsh / A1 Architects

House on the Marsh / A1 Architects

Casa na Areia / Aires Mateus

Casa na Areia / Aires Mateus

Casas na Areia > Comporta > Portugal Project by Aires Mateus - Casas na Areia › THE PROJECT Casas Na Areia is a 2010 project from the architect Manuel Aires Mateus. Casas Na Areia was chosen to represent Portugal at the Venice Bienal of Architecture 2010

Grzywinski+Pons | The Nolitan Hotel

Located at the corner of Kenmare and Elizabeth Streets, The Nolitan Hotel is the first boutique hotel to grace Nolita – one of the most endearing and authentic neighborhoods in New York City. The Nolitan offers guests much more than luxurious design.

Gumno House / Turato Architects

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W Architecture

W Architecture - Doma gallery, renovation of a former barn to a residence and art space, Baltimore Photos © Erik Kvalsvik, Alan Karchmer.

Concrete staircase + white walls.

Three houses in Meco is a residential project by Portuguese studio DNSJ.arq on the outskirts of Aldeia do Meco, southern Portugal.

A Low-Tech Machine That Cranks Out Today's Biggest Design Trend: Facets

A Low-Tech Machine That Cranks Out Today’s Biggest Design Trend: Facets

To produce his Faceture range of items – vases, lightshades and tables – London-based, New Zealand-born designer Phil Cuttance has built an engaging machine which makes the slow-tech manufacturing process as aesthetically pleasing as the resulting object.