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Tea House by Archi-Union Architects

Shangai-based studio Archi-Union Architects has designed this Tea House and library . Completed in this contemporary tea house is located in the backyard of Archi-Union Architects’ office, in Yangpu District, Shanghai, China.

Barcode House is a beautiful contemporary home located in Washington DC and designed by David Jameson Architect.

Small Space, Big Style - The Barcode House

Barcode House, Washington, DC, USA by David Jameson Architect “Barcode House explores juxtapositions between the heavy and light and the old and the new. The work is formed by positioning the.


Built by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects in Chiba, Japan with date Images by Fumihiko Ikemoto. This is a house for young couple and their child, located in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture. Matsudo City has a background.

The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architecs

The Pierre, San Juan Islands design by Olson Kundig Architects Architecture Design – Residential Building, Commercial Building, Public Buildings, on Designspiration

Redhead Alterations simple 'Australian' palette of timber and corrugated iron. 'Wings' for westerly sun protection

Redhead Alterations: 1970s Home Transformed for Energy Efficiency

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Beautiful Houses: Beautiful Houses: Hanging Home in Malta... wonderful thought, to just be able and jump in the pool

Chris Briffa Architects have designed the Hanging Home in Naxxar, Malta. Description from Chris Briffa Architects A few years ago, Richard England’s celebrated ‘Villa la Maltija’ and its surrounding gardens in San Pawl tat-Targa (Malta) were demolished.

Architecture in the woods.

Residence Villa Noi by Duangrit Bunnag Architect is situated in the Phang Nga bay of Thailand and is designed to accommodate the pine trees of the surrounding forest in its interior.

Mix of vertical timber and reflective cladding

Guilford Cottage Sheets of unframed glass fill the spaces between the building’s operable windows and the sloping eave of the roof, giving the house, as architect Alan Organschi puts it, “the feel of coming apart at the seams—of surfaces unhinged.