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Small Office with Corrugated Metal Siding

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Small Office with Corrugated Metal Siding

Small Office with Corrugated Metal Siding

Small Office with Corrugated Metal Siding

Small Office with Corrugated Metal Siding

via dezeen.com | photos © James Newton

This small office space by Freshwest features an inverted roof, corrugated metal siding and a folding glass door that opens onto the banks of the River Teifi in west Wales. Rivershed provides a satellite office in the town of Newcastle Emlyn for the organisers of the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards, an annual international design competition for hospitality spaces.
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AMIE 1.0

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AMIE 1.0

AMIE 1.0

AMIE 1.0

AMIE 1.0

via dezeen.com | Images © SOM

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) worked in partnership with the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory to create the curved pavilion, which the firm claims is the world’s largest 3D-printed polymer structure. A closed-loop battery system links it with a vehicle designed by Oak Ridge, which was made using the same technology.
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Hillside Residence, Texas

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Hillside Residence, Texas

Hillside Residence, Texas

Hillside Residence, Texas

Hillside Residence, Texas

via alterstudio.net | Photos © Chad Wadsworth/ Casey Dunn Photography

The Hillside Residence is a substantial renovation and expansion of a 1927 bungalow in Travis Heights. The existing, 1000 sf building was rescued from dilapidation and delineated abstractly in stark white, and paired with a new, 1100 sf sculptural volume clad black-stained cypress, connected via a glass entry bridge.
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Astrid Hill House, Singapore

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Astrid Hill House, Singapore

Astrid Hill House, Singapore

Astrid Hill House, Singapore

Astrid Hill House, Singapore

Astrid Hill House, Singapore

via wallpaper.com | photos © Richard Bryant

Singapore might be best known for its economically sized living spaces, but a house by the New York architects Tsao & McKown is truly embracing the mantra of flaunting it, if you’ve got it. Situated in an elegant residential neighbourhood, the sizable Astrid Hill House is a dynamic reinterpretation of the traditional Chinese courtyard house archetype. Equipped with five bedrooms, office spaces and areas for entertaining, the house is a poetic blend of indoor and outdoor spaces.
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S&S House, Argentina

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S&S House, Argentina

S&S House, Argentina

S&S House, Argentina

S&S House, Argentina

via dezeen.com | photos © Gustavo Sosa Pinilla

Set on a gently sloping dune on the Argentinian coastline, this holiday home by Buenos Aires-based Besonias Almeida Arquitectos features board-marked concrete walls and warm-toned wood detailing. The studio designed S&S House primarily as a summer home for a family with three children in Costa Esmeralda, a picturesque stretch of coastline around 250 miles south of Buenos Aires.
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Villa MQ, Belgium

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Villa MQ, Belgium

Villa MQ, Belgium

Villa MQ, Belgium

Villa MQ, Belgium

via yatzer.com | photos © Tim Van de Velde

Designed by Office O Architects (OOA), this family residence located in a rural area of Tremelo, Belgium, makes both an architectural and a sculptural statement with its unique voluptuousness and experimental approach to interior spacing. Having a client who encouraged experimentation and enforced no restrictions, the architects eschewed orthogonal geometry and opted instead for curved walls, sloping ceilings and a pinched bowtie-like plan.
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California Dreaming: Stephanie Kloss photographs iconic mid-century homes

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California Dreaming: Stephanie Kloss photographs iconic mid-century homes

California Dreaming: Stephanie Kloss photographs iconic mid-century homes

California Dreaming: Stephanie Kloss photographs iconic mid-century homes

via dezeen.com | photos © Stephanie Kloss

German photographer Stephanie Kloss visited some of California’s iconic Mid-Century Modern homes to create this series of 1940s-inspired images.

The abundance of film stars and warm weather made California a “hot-spot for architectural experimentation” by prolific west-coast architects including Richard Neutra, John Lautner, E Stewart Williams and Albert Frey during the 1940s, 50s and 60s.
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