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Posts tagged with ‘architecture’

  • Bacoc Hacienda on Yucatan Peninsula

    By admin on September 9, 2013
    Back in the 1800s, the property below existed as a fiber factory. Now, it has been converted into a family home by Reyes Ríos + Larraín Arquitectos. The sprawling, secluded estate seems to have been landscaped and decorated in a relatively minimalistic way, giving it the appearance of a perfectly relaxing destination.
  • Casbah Cove by Gordon Stein Design

    By SP on August 27, 2013
    Casbah Cove is a lovely Moroccan style riad located on a hill in Palm Desert, about 2 hours outside of Los Angeles. Intricately designed by Gordon Stein Designs, craftsman from Morocco spent months constructing the estate. Not a single element was missed; including the custom tiles, windows, archways and you can’t miss the seventy-five foot salt water lap pool. Enjoy […]
  • Old Bus Converted Into Comfy Mobile Home

    By SP on August 21, 2013
    Architecture student at the University of Minnesota, Hank Butitta, was uninspired by designing buildings for fictitious clients. Wanting to put his talents to work, Buititta bought an old bus on Craigslist and with the help of his brother and friend, they were able to transform the bus into a modern, functional mobile home. The bus is complete with a kitchen, […]
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  • Conan House by Moon Hoon

    By admin on August 16, 2013
    Never seen anything quite like The Conan House, also called Play House, by Moon Hoon. The geometric, asymmetrical house was built by South Korean architect Moon Hoon in Daejeon, South Korea. The residence was a project commissioned by a young couple hoping to experiment with the idea of “playful architecture” to create a home for them and their young son. […]
  • Amazing Renovated Beverly Hills House

    By admin on July 23, 2013
    Beverly Hills is full of amazing real estate, but this is one of the more incredible ones we’ve seen. Iconic American architect Hal Levitt originally built it in the 1950s. Recently, Argentinian architect Pablo Jendretzki was commissioned to reconfigure it. The house features floor to ceiling glass doors, as well the same wood inside and outside, both features which make […]
  • Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle Palace

    By admin on May 30, 2013
    We are so inspired by the gorgeous Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle in Mexico City! The 17th century palace is located where the Aztecs once settled, and has recently been renovated into a hotel and hostel. The colonial style is preserved in some ways while given a modern update in others. The result is a striking destination that has moved […]
  • Google’s Stunning New Offices in Tel Aviv

    By greghuntoon on February 19, 2013
    The first thing that grabs you about Google’s new Tel Aviv Headquarters is the wonderful variety of interior layouts and colorful landscapes. The architects lean on consistent conventions of startup design, providing tons of open space intended for collaboration and communication. Yeah, life’s not too bad when this is your cafeteria. The architects did a wonderful job of bringing the […]
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  • Canadian Home With Picturesque Views

    By Michal Upchurch on January 28, 2013
    This home located in Pender Harbour, BC, Canada has views that are worthy of being displayed on a post card and/or painting. Simply beautiful…enjoy! x