You enter the 1,980 square foot, two-bedroom, two-bath home through an A-frame skylight, and the space expands to an open floor plan with living, dining, and kitchen laid out around a stone fireplace and a sculptural staircase. The kitchen appears original, and could use an update, but everything else looks to be in great condition. See more here.
The Pole House. Towering high on a steel stilt, overlooking Australia’s seriously beautiful Great Ocean Road, you’ll find this brag-worthy beach stay 80 miles southwest of Melbourne. See more.
Aquatecture may just be the next big wave in architecture, as a radical, eco-friendly solution to the rising water dilemmas around the world. Architects are turning their talents towards the sea with new designs emerging all over the world, from minimalistic, rustic dream floats to solar-powered water nests. See more.
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What’s better than one hundred photos of cabins? One hundred and one photos of cabins. See more at Dwell.
From Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater to Philip Johnson’s Glass House, AD surveys some of the most architecturally significant homes that were built with flaws. See more at Architectural Digest.
These carefully constructed and government-certified buildings show with significant reality a future that may be within reach tomorrow. See more at Arcitectural Digest.