Prefab Sustainable Studio by Modern Cabanas

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In line with the beliefs that prefab design is simple, beautiful and typically along the realm of green these days– Modern Cabanas has a whole line of various eco-friendly homes on the market. Their 12×25 Studio version is a tiny blend of sensible design elements. While it may look like more of a garden shed from…

Old Meets New With The Vader House Renovation

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Melbourne is home to a lot of character filled architecture, and whether it’s something contemporary or Victorian that you’re set out to experience– there is all of that and more in between. This particular place is the best of both worlds with a Victorian style home undertaking a contemporary addition and renovation with the help of…

Shoreline Squish Studio by Saunders Architecture

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Not many livable studios have the opportunity to be situated on such a breathtaking rocky landscape of Canada’s Fogo Island. The Squish Studio by Saunders Architects shows of the stunning white angular form in addition to the organic ocean views. Sitting around 322 square feet, the small version of the coastal studio features all of the…

Britain’s Elite Building Underground Fortresses

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When the word ‘bunker’ is thrown about, things like a Zombie Apocalypse might come to mind. Well, in London’s elite area of Kensington, residents are expanding below their homes and into the streets of their neighborhood (much to the disgrace of some neighbors). But not for reasons that you might think– you know, of the world…

Super Small Tumbleweed House On A Trailer

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There’s not really a line that hasn’t already been crossed in today’s architecture market. With plenty of homes built at a tiny stature, it’s still just as exciting when another equally small home is found. Take the EPU Residence, by Tumbleweed Houses, for example. This seriously small home was built on a flatbed trailer to make…

Tschuggen Grand Hotel Wellness Centre by Mario Botta

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Located in Arosa, Switzerland, this hotel’s wellness center was created by Architect Mario Botta with not only healing properties from within– but a beautiful piece of architecture to create positive energy from the outside as well. Built in 2006, this gorgeous Tschuggen Grand Hotel and Wellness Centre (or Berg Oase) is mainly level with the ground…

First Netherlands Marktplaats Built Building is A Coffee Bar

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For those who just can’t move past the title wondering what “Marktplaats” is– essentially it is the Dutch version of e-bay, and in this instance it was used to purchase parts and pieces that created a small coffee bar in The Netherlands. Built by Overtreders W in the lush Dutch lands, this is an amazing look…

LEED Certified Tree Top Accommodations in Ontario, Canada

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The concept and excitement of LEED may not mean a whole lot to some, but to the E’terra Samara eco-resort in Ontario, Canada– it is a big deal. So much of a big deal that the resort is going to be installing twelve new rooms on the premise of their Gold LEED standard in the coming…

Open Plan Rajuela House in Yucatán

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Muñoz Arquitectos Asociados was the design team behind the contemporary stunner down in Yucatán, Mexico. This home might not seem like anything spectacular at first glance, but the open plan and contemporary detailing are the major contributing factors to the elegance of this space. Low maintenance materials were a basis of this project, with ‘Rajuela’ being…

Famous Architecture Reinterpreted For Dogs

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Famed architects and their innovations in the built world of architecture have an impact and leave a lasting impression on society. Whether you’ve witnessed these marvels in real life or just taken them in via imagery, they can leave you wanting more. Without being able to afford something from one of these architects or whatever the…