The restoration of this Grade II-listed modernist home in Cherry Hill’s Wentworth Estate in Surrey, England by Avanti Architects has retained the character of the original British modernist architecture, whilst creating a complete sustainable 21st century home.
“Crayola House” is an award-winning lakefront home located on the shore of Lake Michigan in Oostburg, Wisconsin.
A modern villa in Monaco is built into an existing rock by Jean-Pierre Lott Architecte, creating a five-level home with an subterranean swimming pool that look like a man-made underground lake.
Inspired by natural coastline forms, Vincent Callebaut Architectures has designed a concept tropical eco-resort in Palawan, Philippines featuring a series of spiraling apartment buildings and shell-shaped hotel structures situated on a lagoon.
Located in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains just west of Silicon Valley, this minimalist house in Cupertino, California is like a glass box that floats in the dense tree canopy.
The Wall House located in Cascais, Portugal was built to withstand the strong Atlantic Wind. At the center of the house is a unique modern spiral staircase surrounded by greeneries.
The Cloud of Luster Chapel is a wedding ceremony hall located in Himeji, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Designed by KTX archiLAB, this stunning modern cloud shaped glass structure opens to the garden greeneries and a water basin.