Situated between an old logging road and a working hillside vineyard in a village in Quebec, the Virgin Vineyard House by Vivian Lee and James Macgillivray and the team of LAMAS Architecture employs natural building materials that fuse the home with its site.
Located in a quiet alleyway in Bangkok, CPK75 House by Sivichai Udomvoranun of AOMO Architects is a 5-bedroom house designed around a central courtyard that allows for cross-ventilation and plays of light throughout the day.
Habitable Module IWI is an architectural project developed and patented in Ecuador by the architects Juan Ruiz and Amelia Tapia that offers the user a flexible living space that adapts to their lifestyle.
Designed for Division Twelve by Los Angeles-based design firm EARL, Bitsi is an itsy-bitsy chair for the teeny-weeniest of spaces – whether you’re working with 50 or five square feet, it’s all about compact comfort.
Intersticis habitats is a renovation project by 05AM Arquitectura of a 1950s home by architect Rafael Masó that employs a minimal design to focus on the interconnectedness of spaces, creating unique atmospheres flooded by natural light.
Located in a historical neighborhood in Olot, Spain, The Popular House is an unexpected residence by Arnau Estudi D’Arquitectura that creates its own presence in its context with a radical, statement-creating façade.
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