We took you all around the world, showcasing everything from minuscule and micro to massive mansion, with a little LEGO thrown in, to show you some of the best and most innovative architecture out there. Sit back and take a tour of the top 10 Architecture posts from 2013.
10. LEGO Architecture Studio Kit
LEGO expanded their popular LEGO Architecture series with the release of a toolkit that lets you embrace your own inner architect by designing your own structures.
8. Hillside Luxury: Head Road 1816 by SAOTA
A Cape Town, South Africa residence perched on a hillside with unbelievable coastal views and a luxurious indoor/outdoor connection.
7. 182 Square Foot Micro Apartment in Seattle
This piece of residential property left our jaws dropping. With such a tiny footprint, it’s hard to imagine that all the comforts of home could fit, but miraculously, they did and then some.
6. An X-Shaped House in Spain by Cadaval & Solà-Morales
Situated on a steep hill on the outskirts of Barcelona, Spain, this house is designed in the shape of an ‘X’ to conform to various site restraints and also to maximize views.
5. Camping Retreat: Drew House by Anthill Constructions
A cozy weekend retreat that reflects the homeowners’ childhood camping trips. Broken up into pods, the house gives you the feeling that you’re at a luxury campsite.
4. 10 of Our Favorite TV Shows Home & Apartment Floor Plans
After spending every week with the casts of your favorite TV shows, their homes become quite familiar to us. Take a look at these spaces from a completely different angle – from above.
3. Tiny NYC Apartment Renovation Full of Nooks and Cubbies
Want to see how to make a tiny NYC apartment into a spacious and livable 240-square-foot space with a cozy sleeping loft?
2. The Living Cube by Till Koenneker
Sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands when you live in a studio apartment that has zero storage. This designer built a simple cube to provide some much-needed storage space.
And the top Architecture post of 2013 is…
1. Manhattan Micro Loft by Specht Harpman Architects
This firm did the impossible. They made 425-square-feet feel and look spacious by creating layers of platforms to house the necessary functions.