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A Professor Takes His Students Around the World to Build Modern Spiritual Monuments
A Washington, D.C.-based architecture professor takes his students to remote outposts to create modern structures steeped in...
Kex is the Icelandic word for biscuit, and the 132-guest hostel was built in an old biscuit factory on the Reykjavik...
Sheets of hot-rolled steel were used as exterior cladding—as well as for parts of walls and countertops indoors—to...
The focus of this competition-winning design for Nanyang Technological University’s Learning Hub, completed in 2014 in...
Wenes asked artists from Studio Simple to devise an imaginative storage solution for the bathroom.
Connected to the main house by a narrow bridge, a three-story cedar tower with a sauna at its base recalls a tree house.
The "Tippy Cup Rain Chain" teaches the children about water conservation.
More anomalous than imperfect, Miller’s terra-cotta “Whatever Pots” are cast from objects one would use if one didn’t...
Board-formed concrete retaining walls double as ramps from the deck to the garden’s highest point.
The owner had been fixing up cars and trucks since high school, and wanted a place where he could work on his...
The client collects '70s Vanguard-Sebring electric CitiCars, and wanted a place where he could work on them and tinker.
Rather than resist the natural slope of the Buena Vista Heights backyard, landscape architect Eric Blasen composed a...
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