A Japanese glass house that is simple and proving to be timeless.
This 1.5 million sq ft retail and hotel complex is set to become Bangkok's new architectural landmark upon completion in 2013.
wHY Architecture shows how a family can maintain personal space while staying under one roof.
Japanese architects Jo Nagasaka and Schemata architecture office have designed a house contained in a three metre cube. What a packaging marvel!
A floater in the woods.
Finnish architect and artist, Sami Rintala's Element house places a sharp contrast to the usual buildings or houses one can find in Korea's capital, Seoul.
Arranging the house in the center of the site and shaping it like a wedge spreading towards the sea gives this weekend house a sensation of living among a garden and sea.
Tezuka Architects have been experimenting with accessible roofs in their public and private buildings over the past decade. Their award winning Fuji Kindergarten cleverly doubles the playing space for the school children.
Shuhei Endo's latest completed project from his "tecture" series. Bubbletecture M is an amazing bubble-like wooden structure that houses a kindergarden in Osaka, Japan.
A retired architect's home in Ushimado is the latest showcase of wall-less wonder structures by Tezuka Architects.
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