Connect Homes is an American company specializing in the creation of prefabricated houses and can afford to install it in amazing locations. With Connect 5 in Sonoma, California, the home offers stunning views here, to discover with great photos in the article.
Axel De Stampa imagined with Sylvain Macaux a solution to give a new life to four of the twelve stadiums used during the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil. A new life full of apartments for these monuments, which in this concept allows people to live in better conditions to discover in images in the article.
For Comunidad Vivex program, Mexico-based architecture agency S-AR created a social house for low-income families : La Casa Caja, also called The Box House. Located in the suburbs of the city General Zuazua in Mexico, this house is defined as a big grey box, with many little boxes inside. Photos by Alejandro Cartagena, to see.
The Institute for Computational Design and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design of the University of Stuttgart created a carbon-fibre pavilion based on the Elytron, shell encasing the wings and abdomen of beetles. A total of 36 individual items were manufactured, including geometric shapes to create a wonderful structure to discover in the article.
The “Spirit Shelter” is a mobile refugee created by Allergutendinge, to install by preference in a dreamy place, in the middle of fruit-trees. Thought like an ideal of harmony between Man and nature, this cabin has a little mezzanine, opened to the landscape in order to make the exploration and the meditation easier.
The architect Alberto Campo Baeza just renovated this old fishing factory in Cádiz to make an incredible residence. The pool on the roof of the house offers a breathtaking view of the ocean. The architect has created a harmonious contrast with modern architecture and contemporary face of nature.
Located in Toyokawa city, the “Light Walls House” is a wooden house imagined by Japanese studio mA-style architects. White, minimalist and decorated with plants, this building has a structure which allows the light to reflect on the ground and on the walls in order to create patterns thanks to a trick of shadows and rays. To discover through Kai Nakamura’s photos.