Surreal : "Lucid Stead: A Transparent Cabin Built of Wood and Mirrors by Phillip K Smith III"

This is a transparent cabin built of wood and mirrors by Phillip K Smith. Part architectural intervention and part optical illusion, Lucid Stead is a recently unveiled installation by artist Phillip K Smith III in Joshua Tree, California.

The Next M.C. Escher? The Disorienting Polyhedral Panoramic Perspective Drawings of Rorik Smith

The Disorienting Polyhedral Panoramic Perspective Drawings of Rorik Smith panoramic drawing architecture

Live in a treehouse

Treehouse

The Treehouse. Sappi, The Flemish Forest and Nature Agency, the commune of Hechtel-Eksel and Proximity joined forces in a unique partnership to stimulate companies, politicians and organisations to embrace sustainability in their daily activities.

open

Townhouse

To know more about Elding Oscarson Townhouse : Landskrona, Sweden, visit Sumally, a social network that gathers together all the wanted things in the world! Featuring over 4 other Elding Oscarson items too!

‘Rolling Masterplan’ turns the old industry train tracks into a new kind of infrastructure for mobile buildings carrying mobile houses which can be rolled around depending on seasons and situations. They created not only houses, but also a mobile hotel, a rolling public bath, a park or even a rolling concert hall. Fully implemented in the city there would be over one hundred rolling buildings

Rolling Masterplan

rolling-hotel-Swedish architects Jagnefält Milton shared with us their proposal, awarded with the third prize in an open international master plan competition for the city of Åndalsnes in Norway

House W

House W

minimal beach house in the town of Huentelauquen, Chile was built by with two main requirements: the first, wind protected areas – which took the form of dark pin walled courtyards – and the second to not exceed a limited construction budget.

Aqua Expeditions on the Amazon

Aqua Expeditions

Travel company Aqua Expeditions collaborated with Peruvian architect Jordi Puig, to create the Aria.

‘Rooms that follow the landscape’ is a series of rooms that are situated to capure different moments of the day and night. Everything litterally follows the landscape. You wake up in the room where the sun light comes in the morning and take a nap and read a book at a warm place full of sun light. Activities lap over with the scenery under the time line of magnificent nature

Interior aspect of a residential house in Karuizawa Saku-gun, Nagano, Japan by ON Design Partners

Pinterest
Search