A comprehensive collection of world-class architecture from around the world. Cutting-edge design, fascinating projects, eco-friendly technology. 🏢
This large, modern house by architect Cutler Anderson has the clean, rectilinear lines that to us, embodies modern design perfectly.
In this strange new time of shelter-in-place and 'hunkering down', this delightful little writer's studio caught our eye. If we were working on the next great novel, we might want to be self-quarantined in this 650-square foot modern space.
The AA Robins Architect’s Gulf Islands house is pretty darn badass. It could be summed up with eloquent adjectives, but let's keep it short and sweet.
A dramatic bamboo basketball court in Chiang May, Thailand.
An exceptional collection of staircase photography by Christian Theile showcase the swooping forms of these architectural gems.
The Renault Morphoz is a new concept car which can physically change it's size and shape to accommodate different types of travel.
This ambitious home concept is buried within the sand dunes of Cape Cod, and plans to be completely off-the-grid using solar and wind power.
We’ve gathered some great interiors of homes in the late 1950s and 1960s, with spaces and colors and decor that really symbolize the era.
Seattle-based MW WORKS Architecture+Design is responsible for this classically modern home on a still-working farm on Whidbey Island, Washington.
This bespoke, tennis ball-studded, 3D printed dog house was created for an auction to benefit the SPCA of Texas, a nonprofit animal shelter.
We love the elegance of these cityscapes and landscapes that have been flipped on their heads to create impossible scenery.
These innovative wall tiles are made from soft wood shavings, bound together by water and cement to create a sound-absorbing, decorative covering.
In Belgium's De Wijers Lake District, a unique cycle-path cuts directly through a lake, creating an experience that looks almost surreal.
Based in Czech Republic, artist and designer Pavel Novák has a great series of low-poly (low number of polygons) renderings that encapsulate entire scenes in neat little squares.