The Wild and Wonderful Wanaka Wedge House

The Wanaka Wedge House

Wanaka Wedge House is a modern and striking home of corrugated steel is located on an isolated ridge facing the Southern Alps on New Zealand’s South Island. Shaped like a giant wedge, the three bedroom house is a prototype that was an initial design collaboration by the then firm of Min | Day (now Jeffrey L. Day of Nebraska’s Actual Architecture Co. and E.B Min, founder and principal of Min Design Co). (more…)

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Baumraum Green Dwelling Has Bonus Tree House

baumraum green dwelling and tree house

Baumraum, best known for their architecturally impressive tree houses, has completed their first full size home which also includes, to no surprise, a fabulous Tree House on the grounds. (more…)

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Isolation Here Would Be Heaven: The Wave Cabin.

mousarris wave cabin

Now that almost everyone on the planet has been stuck within the confines of their homes due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, they may be reevaluating their living spaces, distinguishing their wants from the needs. If you’ve found that you’ve got more space and stuff than you need to happily exist, and yet you still appreciate aesthetics, the Wave Cabin may be just the home for you. (more…)

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That Incredible House In Westworld’s Season 3 Premiere

the house in westworld season 3 premiere

Note: This post contains spoilers, so do not read on unless you have already seen the episode.
HBO’s Westworld Season 3 premiere episode “Parce Domine” had far fewer viewers* than seasons before but it wasn’t for lack of great locations**. When I recognized the amazing home in the tense opening sequence as Wallace Cunningham’s extraordinary architecture, I couldn’t wait to blog about it. (more…)

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The Bewboc House in Kuala Lumpur by Fabian Tan

a modern home extension in malaysia

The newly built Bewboc House in Malaysia is an extension designed to take advantage of the empty corner area on the lot of a suburban home in Kuala Lumpur. The 3,700 square foot two-story concrete living space has a vaulted ceiling with lots of windows to let in light. (more…)

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Caseta: A Stunning Home On A West Frisian Island

Caseta Frisian Island Home

Located on an island in the Dutch Frisian lakes, this holiday home was designed to replace one that was in poor structural condition. Reachable only by boat, Caseta is a stunning piece of residential architecture, inside and out. (more…)

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