To help withstand long, hot Portuguese summers, the House in Possanco, designed by ARX Portugal Arquitectos, has a slanted, asymmetrical, white roof and exterior with patio cut-outs that appear bluish.
Photo © Lars Evanger
The compact Polite House by JVA in Trondheim, Norway, has a shifting geometrical shape that’s covered in white fiber cement.
Photo courtesy of A-cero
With slanted walls and unusual angles, the white, two-story Sotogrande House by A-cero has a striking presence full of cool structural details.
Photo courtesy of Minimum Arquitectura
White volumes, woven geometries, and strategic cut-outs make up this horizontal, concrete home by Minimum Arquitectura.
Photo by Brigida Gonzales
Project A.01 Architects designed Residence Freundorf near Vienna, Austria with all kinds of sharp angles and futuristic geometry.
Photo by Hiroshi Ueda
Located in Mie Prefecture, Japan, this white paneled home, House O, was designed by Chikara Ohno of Sinato, with a triangular courtyard center that’s within the geometric forms.
Photo by Makoto Yoshida
Atelier TEKUTO designed this small, faceted white home in Tokyo, Japan that looks like an abstract, geometric ball.
Taking six years to build, this House in Porto was designed by . Álvaro Leite Siza Vieira. The massive white structure is full of complex angles, cut-outs, and geometric abstractions.
Photo by Curiosity
The C1 House, by Curiosity and Milligram Studio, is a glass box wrapped by a white, exterior walkway that elevates at a angle as it goes higher.
Photo © Lindman Photography
The Widlund House is made of precast concrete that Claesson Koivisto Rune “corseted” in the middle to turn the white box into two uneven trapezoids.
Located in Ludwigsburg, Germany, the Dupli Casa by J. Mayer H. is a futuristic villa with curvy, stark white pods that jut out in various directions.
Photo by Robert Les
This Croatian semi-detached house by DVA Arhitekta is covered in white panels that accentuate the abstract nature of the structure.