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Fundamental Architects has a bold vision for a new building in the city of Nursultan, the capital of Kazakhstan.
Looking straight out of a science-fiction movie set, this beautiful and sleek restaurant has a design stays true to its futuristic vision. Architectural Decoration Design Co. is the firm that pulled it off, and the mirrors, sleek flowered panelling, and beautifully spare …
Armenian graphic designer and artist Nvard Yerkanian gives us a look at the modern yet somewhat dystopian Soviet designs of the 60s and 70s.
This beautiful 'treehouse' is more a modern cabin, built vertically, and suspended into the Mexican treetops.
This strange and startling concept by architect Amey Kandalgaonkar is about as 'out there' as we can imagine, merging ultra-modern lines with the organic natural forms of a craggy, enormous rock.
This Massachusetts university has an impressive new business school building, with a facade that resembles falling dominoes.
Architecture giant SOM releases plans for a permanent "Moon Village", in collaboration with MIT and the European Space Agency.
The future-forward Jewel Changi addition has just opened after a five year construction, and features some amazing architectural wonders, including the world's tallest indoor waterfall, which gracefully plunges seven stories down through a glass atrium and an enormous indoor forest.
An impressive bookstore in China features a massive chandelier that is meant to mimic pages floating in the air.
We are always impressed by new and innovative ways that people use existing materials. So we found this cafe in Mumbai especially interesting and bold, using corrugated cardboard to make the majority of the cafe's interior.
An impressive jungle home in Nosara, Costa Rica.
If your rooftop was designed to capture rainwater, and become a swimming pool, would you utilize it?
An exceptionally sleek and modern home in Spain makes us wonder, what is too minimal? We explore the Hofmann House.
Located in Tel Aviv, this beautiful and clever redesign of a 1960s school makes itself a perfect kid-oriented place for refugee children.