Architecture - Page 2

Tree in the House

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via knstrct.com
 

Buried in the trees of Kazakhstan’s sweeping Almaty forest is a cylindrical glass structure designed to help one with spiritual and creative development. At the moment, the four-story greenhouse designed by Architect Aibek Almasov, founder of A.Masow Design Studio, is still in early conceptual phases. Soon, the realized home will be a tranquilizing escape from the bustling of Almaty – Kazakhstan’s largest, most developed and culturally diverse city.
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Bacoc Hacienda, Yucatan Peninsula

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via thecoolist.com
 

This 19th century hacienda has spent many hard years in abandonment and disuse. In the last few decades, its main house stood with preserved stone masonry without a roof, just an empty shell of what it was over 100 years before. Recently, a new owner purchased the hacienda with the dream of restoring it into a traditional-meets-contemporary residence. The old masonry still stands, but a remarkable work of modern architecture rises around it.
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Tin Shed

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via weheart.co.uk | photo © Mark Syke
 

“Fancy staying in a tin shed for our next holiday, dear?” Imagine the frost that would descend over that little scene, but call off the solicitors long enough to experience this unusual bed and breakfast in Sydney’s suburb of Redfern.
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