House GEH, which stands in Kodaira, has been created as a single-family dwelling offering quality of life despite spatial constraints.
Why have walls when you can do without? This house, known as the Tent because of its shape, was built using local techniques and is self-supporting.
Fine metal mesh envelopes the facade of the MoyaMoya House like a silvery veil, with the cubic building acting not only as a home and private studio for the owner but also as a meeting place for ...
In the inner courtyard, a new extension nestles gently against the borders of the existing plot and forms a modern exhibition floor.
Both indoor and outdoor walls show the textural imprint of longitudinal wooden shuttering, and even some of the fixtures are cast in concrete.
Precise mechanical engineering was necessary for the realisation of this single-family house in Tehran.
Offering closed-off facades that provide shelter from the wind, the Himalesque radio broadcasting station blends in perfectly with its surroundings.
The new 'Markthal' by MVRDV in Rotterdam combines a covered food market and housing development in an innovative arch-shaped solution.
Panama has more mammal and reptile species than Canada and the United States put together. A science museum opened to showcase the unique diversity.
Anything is possible, but not everything must come to be: the Unfinished House, which stands in the Japanese city of Kashiwa, presents a real challenge to its inhabitants.