1. archello:

    Dutch Mountain

    Architects denieuwegeneratie designed a house in the Dutch hillside with sustainability in mind - from ‘hardware’ - the materials used and its structural composition to its ‘software’ - lighting, solar panels and other interesting features.

    (via arch-hunting)

     
  2. remash:

    black s house ~ hammerschmid pachl seebacher

    (Source: dezeen.com, via arch-hunting)

     
  3. (Source: spaceagearchitect, via 081arch)

     
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  5. b22-design:

    Charles Gwathmey - Gwathmey house and studio - East Hampton - 1965

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  7. ylfdc:

    [ XAN House | MAPA Architects | Porto Alegre, Brazil | via: contemporist.com ]

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  8. archatlas:

    CCV | Casa Professores Ufrgs MAPA | MAAM + STUDIOPARALELO

    (via designchitecture)

     
  9. jonasgrossmann:

    richard meier, lambert house (1961)
    @ dwell

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  10. arqsa:

    enochliew:

    Villa Bie by MLRP

    Arose from the restrictions by the strict local planning authorities, allowing only 1.5 floors and a gabled roof.

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    (Source: profftre.no, via arch-hunting)

     
  11. (Source: airows, via 081arch)

     
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  13. micasaessucasa:

    Mountain Hill Cabin by Fantastic Norway

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  14. midgetsarentreal:

    Delta Shelter, by Tom Kundig

    This 1,000 square-foot weekend cabin, basically a steel box on stilts, can be completely shuttered when the owner is away. Situated near a river in a floodplain, the 20’ x 20’ square footprint rises three stories and is topped by the living room/kitchen. Large, 10’ x 18’ steel shutters can be closed simultaneously using a hand crank.

    Interiors by Olson Kundig Architects.

    I always love seeing this project

    (Source: olsonkundigarchitects.com, via arch-hunting)

     
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