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Rammed earth house in Australia becomes a visionary design

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A farmhouse was purchased as a weekend retreat by a family who commissioned Robson Rak Architects to build a larger house on the 10-acre property in Merricks North, just outside of Melbourne, Australia. The new home was embedded into the ground, comprised of rammed earth, glass and steel. The architects created a rectangular shaped home […]


Amazing glass and steel pad with views over the Sunset Strip

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This two-story contemporary residence is beautiful mix of glass and steel that creates a sophisticated yet intimate atmosphere high above the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California. This luxurious private property is hidden behind gates that provides the ultimate in seclusion while providing breathtaking 270 degree views of the city below. The interiors feature three spacious bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms as […]

Modern steel and glass dwelling in the Colorado mountains

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This conceptually designed house by Israel-based Ando Studio was planned for Jonathan Monjack Architects, to be built in the Colorado mountains, Colorado. Set into the mountainside and surrounded by nature, the exterior of this home is comprised of steel and glass. Inside you will find a spacious single story floor layout wrapped with floor-to-ceiling glass […]

Sexy glass, steel and concrete dwelling in Santa Monica Canyon

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This cutting edge home designed by Gray Matter Architecture in conjunction with designer/builder Rob Hussey, located in Santa Monica Canyon, California. The residence is the personal home of the builder, Rob Hussey, nestled on a quiet, leafy street in the beautiful beach community of Santa Monica. The exciting and bold design of this 4,248 square foot, four […]

Dramatic and colorful three-story home in Venice Beach

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This fascinating home with unique architectural details was designed by R&D Architects, positioned just steps from the ocean in beautiful Venice, California. Built in 2007, the exterior facade of the structure is wrapped in a multi-colored mural by artist Nancy Monk. Comprised of raw concrete, steel and glass, this multi-tiered home offers 3,500 square feet of living […]

Imposing compound surrounded by mountains in Methow Valley

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Studhorse Residence was designed as a four season family retreat by Olson Kundig Architects, situated in the remote Methow Valley, in Winthrop, Washington. Nestled in the North Cascades, the home is comprised of steel and reclaimed barn wood. The home was built with the client’s desire to experience and interact with the surrounding landscape. The compound consists […]

Residential steel structure appears as living forest in Italy

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25 Green was designed by Luciano Pia as a residential steel structure appearing like a forest where trees are rooting in terraces, located in Torino, Italy. Built in 2012, the building has been thought as a living forest, a house on the trees like the houses children dream of and sometimes build. The property also features ponds which are […]

Indoor-outdoor interplay: Cumberland Townhouse in New York

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The Cumberland Townhouse has been designed by Ensemble Architecture, located on a park block in the neighborhood of Fort Greene in Brooklyn, New York. The house was in a dilapidated state when the owner’s purchased the building; the rear wall was falling down and water had been entering the building for several years. The house […]

Loft apartment in Singapore displays as living art by PRODUCE

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Monoform Living project is a loft apartment turned into a living piece of art made from steel rods by PRODUCE Workshop, located in Novena, Singapore. The new 807 square foot (75 square meters) home was designed for Woon Tai Ho, art collector and critic, author, current Director for Media and Marketing of the National Gallery Singapore and former […]

Minimal glass and steel structure on Oregon Coast: 360 House

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360 House is a private beachfront retreat designed by Boora Architects, perched above Arcadia Beach at the edge of the tree line on the dramatic Oregon Coast. The design directive was simple: the site is ruled by the sea, the landscape and the climate, and the homeowners wanted to keep it that way. So the designers pared […]