Walls, features and structures formed in concrete.
Louis Kahn’s Salk Institute (top left) is a stunning building that looks directly out to the sea.
The whitewashed interior uses a limited palette of finished surface materials.
Yumi (left) and Maya (right) cheese around on the steps leading into the front door.
A stepped concrete garden planted with herbs and flowers marks the descent to the house.
In Tokyo, Japan, where the houses are crammed cheek by jowl, two old friends from architecture school have created a...
Cor-Ten steel and board-form concrete give the exterior a weathered look.
Two hiking trails lead to the Lunder Center at Stone Hill which was designed by Tadao Ando in 2008.
Perforated concrete blocks in the guest bathroom provide ventilation and discreet views of the patio.
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