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Box on the Rock

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Box on the Rock

Box on the Rock

Box on the Rock

Box on the Rock

via wallpaper.com | photos ©

The rugged landscape above the Californian Sonoma Valley is not a frequent choice of site for new sleek and comfortable family homes, but Schwartz and Architecture have managed to turn this awkward spot into a dream location with the appropriately named Box on the Rock.
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California Roll House

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via ignant.de | images © Violent Volumes

Hong Kong-based architecture practice Violent Volumes developed a futuristic concept house inspired by the shape of a California roll. Designed as a prefabricated home for a desert environment, ‘California Roll House’ employs a number of sustainable technologies and automatic systems to create a comfortable atmosphere.
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Amsterdam Building

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Amsterdam Building

Amsterdam Building

Amsterdam Building

via designboom.com | photos © Jorge Hernandez de la Garza

Architect Jorge Hernandez de la Garza has completed a large six storey apartment complex in Mexico city’s Condesa district. named ‘The ámsterdam building’, the structure is surrounded by examples of art deco architecture dating from the 1920s and 30s. This context is referenced in the staggered façade, finished with the same concrete cladding as its neighbors. In addition, the design team were keen to ensure that the height of the dwelling remained consistent with the area.
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Panorama House

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Panorama House

Panorama House

Panorama House

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Inspired by the architectural approach of Mies van der Rohe.

Situated in Maharashtra, India, the Panorama House is designed by architect Ajay Sonar and spans a plot of 400 square meters with views of an idyllic pastoral scene, framed by the Sahyadri mountain range in the background.
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Moonlight Cabin

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Moonlight Cabin

Moonlight Cabin

Moonlight Cabin

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This environmentally responsive home questions what’s necessary in a living space.

Jackson Clements Burrows Architects built a small shelter overlooking the coast of Victoria, Australia. Envisioned as a place to get away, the structure allows inhabitants to engage with its natural surroundings. Sized at only 60 square meters, the small footprint aims to explore how small is too small, questioning what is really necessary in a living space.
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