Connecting the interior to the exterior was the basic design premise for the Venezuelan house. See more at HomeDSGN.
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.
Over in the Loess Plateau in Shanxi, China, the traditional cave dwelling got a modern makeover courtesy of a Chinese architecture studio. The striking home takes over a barrel-vaulted recess in the earth, and comprises a combination of new spaces and a derelict existing cave revamped for contemporary living. See more.
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.
To inspire a downsize, here are 11 examples of small modern homes around the world that show how style can be achieved even on a smaller scale. See more at the Contemporist.
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.
This unique futuristic underground house is located in Maldegem, Belgium. The size of the home is 175 square meters. Basically the residence is half underground and half out. Read more at Creative Residence