Measuring 2,201 square feet, the home is constructed of stone, glass, and three different kinds of wood—redwood, cedar, and Douglas fir. Seems like a lot of designers are going back here. See more at Curbed.
From the outside, this barn guest house on a 15-acre property near Jackson, Wyoming may come off a bit jarring. A big glass wall under a gambrel roof barn and between weathered reclaimed wood siding? Once you’re inside though, that decision suddenly makes sense. See more.
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.
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.
At first glance, cardboard doesn’t seem like a suitable material for building. Yet, we have seen it done, either by award-winning architects using them for large-scale structures, disaster relief housing and even bridges. Dutch design studio Fiction Factory is now offering a microhome constructed out of layered cardboard that they say will last up to 100 years. See more at Treehugger
With the help of vaulted ceilings can be hidden installation, concrete beams or ribs on the ceiling, bumps in the ceiling, if necessary, reduce the height of the room, but often and almost always the reason is the aestheticSee more at architecture art designs.