Collection by Roger Yang

Floating up on the air

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I always curious about the feeling of living within a spatiotemporal place that floating up on the air in a certain way. This collection is aimed to share such type of master pieces that may thus inspire a future direction of residentiology (residential + -ology) that feasible, applicable and environmentally compatible.

“In a regular house you can't hear the birds or feel the fresh air,” says Meffan, contrasting it with his...
The large windows shown here open up allowing hot air to escape during the summer months, a passive cooling technique...
Both the Eclipse and Silhouette lamp models produce light with low-energy LED bulbs embedded in the lower half of the...
You turn the lamp on with a strangely low-tech button embedded in the fabric-covered power cord.
The second-floor office is housed inside a rounded rectangle of concrete that the architect inserted on top of the old...
Agustín Hernandez's home office.
Michael and Tamami brought greenery to the master bath courtyard, which is lined with Eco Arbor Designs deck tiles, in...
Two-year-old Annika and five-year-old Soren make music on the "nap swing," a popular hangout spot for kids and adults...
The terrace off a bedroom holds chaise longues from Design Within Reach.
Open to the valley, the home lets the Shopes fully experience the seasons, even the sound of the Hudson River’s ice...
Inspired by the small scale of Japanese residences—in particular, Makoto Masuzawa’s 1952 Minimum House—architect Andrew...
Estate Bungalow in Matugama, Sri Lanka, by Narein Perera as published in Cabins (Taschen, 2014).
While you’re there, make sure to try out activities or sports that take advantage of the incredible natural...
Reinhold Messner: A Man and His Museums
We met with the mountaineering legend in the Dolomites, where the late architecture icon Dame Zaha Hadid designed the last of...
The project’s unique challenges—a tight budget and steep, difficult terrain — led the architects to a creative solution...
Uninspired by the loft options in downtown Portland, Oregon, the Andréns opted to design and build their own...
Cottage, Vallemaggia by Roberto Briccola...
Aufberg 1113 by Andreas...
Stinessen placed each cabin carefully in order to ensure the best possible views and the right amount of privacy.
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