OPod is a creative prototype designed by Hong Kong architect James Law to ease the housing shortage in one of the most expensive places to live on earth.
This minimalist home in the New Territories in Hong Kong is a stylish suburban sanctuary with a transparent garage for the car enthusiastic owner.
The layout of this modern home located on Stubbs Road in Hong Kong is an open continuous space with curvilinear wall. The 2,700 square foot home is structured around a continuous communal area of the living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom.
Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China was designed to be a futuristic vision of a cultural, economic and political center boasting modern infrastructure and real estate. The Chinese government poured over $1 billion into the development of this Utopian dream intended to accommodate over one million residents. Construction began in 2004 and continued until around 2012.