CHANG architects is responsible for this elegant and verdant tropical paradise home in Singapore.
The classic Eero Saarinen-designed TWA Terminal at JFK has been completely remade into a 500 room mid-century hotel masterpiece.
Some of the world's most famous architectural structures have been revisited by a gothic sensibility, exploring how they would change.
Photographer Christopher Soukup prowls the streets of San Francisco and surrounding areas at night, looking for that perfect moody shot, finding vintage and classic cars that help to set the stage for his cinematic-like photography.
Woodworker Dan Pauly makes adorable cabins and guesthouses that look like they're straight out of a movie set or a fairytale.
The Harvard HouseZero is a major retrofit of a 1940's house in Cambridge, created to be net-zero and a design prototype for efficiency.
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.
We love treehouses, and cabins in the woods. These modern cabins on stilts are the best of both worlds, bringing contemporary design and accommodations directly into the tree canopy, making them feel very much like a part of the forest.
This remarkable series by fashion photographer Rob Woodcox turns human bodies into architectural works of art.
A sexy and luxurious bar interior for Alice & Fifth in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The Finland Glass Resort is nestled in and around a thick forest, giving the modern architectural retreat a serene and peaceful surrounding.
If you're the highly adventurous type, the Hammerfest Hiking Cabins might be the perfect place to check out.
The idea of recuperating in a natural setting has long been known as a great way to mentally and physically get well. Now that idea has been created as an official care facility, as part of Oslo University Hospital.