This Chinese experimental design studio plays with glass and perspective to create an ever-evolving spectrum of light.
Designed by Stuart Silk Architects, the home boasts an 8,100 foot elevation and sits on the side of a mountain.
Arhitektura designed an atrium house to meet the needs of a ceramic designer working and living under the same roof.
Luciano Kruk designed a concrete and glass home free of artifices near Buenos Aires.
OMA designed a facade with unique glass details that are interactive for both onlookers and shoppers.
Pavel Mícek Architects were tasked with building a striking weekend home into the side of a sloped meadow.
Wittehaus managed to create a four bedroom open floor plan home with just 1,990 square feet to work with.
Assembledge+ utilized floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors to create an effortless indoor/outdoor experience.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to study at one of the top design schools in Milan + Europe, this is your chance to find out.
Lucas y Hernández-Gil was tasked with creating a well-lit oasis in Madrid while delivering an otherworldly interior.
A residence filled with oceanic references, from balconies that resemble docks to a staircase that mimics the underwater experience.
This chair's organic details and structural frame effortlessly merge playfulness with sophistication.
Douglas & Company Architects transformed this small Victorian cottage into a modern home while keeping original details intact.
Patricia Anastassiadis' new furniture collection for Artefacto, Edition 2020, takes inspiration from Japanese minimalism.
A house where the architects imagined the structure to be a wall that acts as a barrier to protect the slopes looming above it.