Monument Valley: A World of Impeccable Architecture, Geometry and Landscape Twists

06 May 2014 No Comments

A game which uses new game mechanics and it's built around the premise of guiding Ida, a silent Princess, through mysterious architectural landscapes leading her through monuments, hidden thresholds and turning stairs all the while avoiding the enigmatic Crow People. [...]

The Rota do Românico’s Information Centre in Paredes, northern Portugal

02 May 2014 No Comments

A house-shaped structure lands within a former primary school, as Portuguese architecture studio Spaceworkers reveal their Information Centre for the Rota do Românico in Portugal. [...]

The Winged Victory Of Samothrace Could One Day Dominate Your City's Skyline

24 March 2014 {9} Comments

The Aphrodite of Milos and the Winged Victory of Samothrace become breathtaking skyscrapers, as part of a series of inspiring architecture concepts by Vasily Klyukin conceived as a new kind of legendary architecture of the future. [...]

Baroque & Blue: Swimming Pool K By dmvA Architecten In Grimbergen, Belgium

22 March 2014 No Comments

Belgian design studio dmvA architecten have given this old school house in the town of Grimbergen a stark minimal rooftop terrace featuring a bright turquoise swimming pool, which creates a beautiful contrast with the adjacent Baroque basilica. [...]

What Would A House Designed By Mondrian Or Anish Kapoor Look Like?

16 March 2014 {2} Comments

Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina was happy to take the question seriously, producing a series of playful architecture illustrations as a result. [...]

The Black Barn by Arhitektura DOO In Šentrupert, Slovenia

06 March 2014 {2} Comments

A contemporary take on the emblematic form of the barn, this new building by Arhitektura DOO in a traditional Slovenian village combines a high-profile corporate program with the less prestigious everyday chores of farm life. [...]

The Desert House: A Landmark Of American Organic Architecture by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg

05 March 2014 {3} Comments

If you’ve been looking to buy an avant-garde private residence overlooking the Californian desert, then this might just be your lucky day: made out of curvy cast-concrete forms, red metals, glass and stone, the Desert House is one of the best-known works of American pioneer of organic architecture Kendrick Bangs Kellogg – and it’s for sale! [...]

Living Laboratory: Richard Pare on Le Corbusier and Konstantin Melnikov

04 March 2014 No Comments
21 March 2014 - 11 May 2014

The works of two great architects and one exceptional British photographer will be celebrated in a new exhibition opening in London in March 2014. The buildings of two of the most influential modernist architects, Le Corbusier and Konstantin Melnikov, will be examined in a show devoted to the photography of Richard Pare. [...]