Riverbend is a family retreat located on the east bank of the Snake River adjacent to Grand Teton National Park. The house nestles against the river, which forms the north and west perimeter of an 18-acre wooded property that features dramatic mountain views to the north through a veil of cottonwood trees. A careful study of the relationship betwee...
Project name
Riverbend Residence
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman (fall), Tom Harris (winter)
Perched at 8,100 feet on the side of a mountain in Montana’s Madison Range, the massing and materials of this house are derived from the powerful landscape. The exterior of the house is a composition of Core-ten steel and board-formed concrete, materials which metaphorically and directly embrace the harsh realities of the site and its immediate env...
Project name
Yellowstone Residence
Architecture firm
Stuart Silk Architects
Location
Big Sky, Montana, USA
Photography
Aaron Leitz (spring views); Whitney Kamman (winter views)
The roof is the most essential aspect that makes up a house. The construction of this area, therefore, should never be taken lightly. It must always be done with utmost care and precision because even the smallest mistake can lead to a very big problem.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
KIE, Ben Ruffell, Jean Louis Tosque
High Desert Residence is a Central Oregon home that finds a sense of calm and refuge in the balance between landscape and sky. This 4,300-square-foot, four-bedroom house is designed as a regular weekend sanctuary for an active couple, and a getaway for their extended family – a place where everyone can gather and be together, with a balance between...
Project name
High Desert Residence
Architecture firm
Hacker Architects
Location
Bend, Oregon, USA
Photography
Jeremy Bittermann
Located at the eastern edge of the Texas Hill Country, this private wine cave serves as a destination along a secluded bend of the Blanco River. Excavated into the north face of a solid limestone hillside, this shotcrete lined tube is protected on the east and west by tall oak and elm trees, allowing it to nearly disappear within the native landsca...
Project name
Hill Country Wine Cave
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Texas Hill Country, Texas, USA
Photography
Casey Dunn
An experiment of archetype. Are there any new architectural space prototypes that can be discussed? This is the starting point of this experimental project. This space experiment is located near the river in the tourist area of Jiangxin Island in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu province.
Project name
Wood Pavilion #1 Experiment on space prototype (I)
Architecture firm
LIN Architecture
Location
Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, China
Photography
LIU Songkai, Lin Lifeng
Smart village to adapt to changes in sea level rise inspired by the biomimetic structure of "Pufferfish" A smart village that responds to the environment and adapts to it.
Project name
Puffer Village
Architecture firm
SN Sajjad Navidi
Location
Ganvie, Benin, Africa
Tools used
Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk AutoCAD
This list of impressive listed buildings in London will denote the prominent features and historical values that make these buildings worth listing. From modern and bold architectural designs to decadent and historic architectural designs, London is rich with inspired structures worthy of protection and preservation.
Written by
Jennifer Seene
Photography
Fred Moon (cover image), Yulia Chinato, Alex Segre, Richard Bryant, Kim Frewin-Clarke, Steve Cadman
Selina Villa is a 5 floors villa that brings art and architecture to the structure and connects the first floor with the last with lines that give interior shade from the north facade and open for the south side with a clear facade for the view of nature.
Project name
Selina Villa
Architecture firm
Gravity Studio
Location
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Golf House is located within a gated community on the outskirts of Rosario on a 2006 sqm rectangular lot overlooking a golf course. In addition to maximizing land use to respond to an extensive program of needs, the project explores the duality inherent to this type of urbanization, seeking to achieve a balance between: open/private, natural/urban,...
Project name
Golf House
Architecture firm
Mariano Fiorentini
Location
KCC, Funes, Santa Fe, Argentina
Photography
Ramiro Sosa

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