The agency Nameless Architecture has decided to build a concrete church in a town near Seoul, in South Korea. With its facade structured by little squares and all in a block, this imposant building has bay windows which let the light come into the grey interior.
English architects working at Hyde Architects have imagined an elegant house for photographers, located in Cardiff. With its bay windows and its original windows’ inlays, this wooden house offers a pleasant environment in the middle of nature. The interior is to discover in the next part of the article.
“Façades” is the name of an ongoing series of the French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy. He has imagined what would be a city only made of facades, isolated from buildings. It gives strange cities but more spacious ones : the complete series are to discover in the next part of the article.
Vo Trong Nghia Architects imagined with architects Sanuki + Nishizawa to imagine this lovely house in Ho Chi Minh. Called Binh Thanh House, this superb residence offering several apartments playing with semi-enclosed spaces more beautiful effect is to discover in the following images.
After his reinterpretations very successful places of legendary films, illustrator and architect Federico Babina reused vision various great artists and tried to instill in buildings. Posters ‘Archists’ paying homage to references in the world of art with talent to discover in the article.
Brasilian photographer Raquel Brust did a series of black and white portraits she stuck in Sao Paulo streets, under a bridge. At night, it shows a beautiful result with city lights and the lights of the cars. Her work, which reminds us of french artist JR, is to discover in the next part of the article.
The architect firm Jordan Iverson has built this residential house located in Eugene, The United States, in 2012. On top of the trees and the city, this house dominates the landscapes and offers a beautiful view. A modern and comfy interior design is to discover in the next part of the article.
After his series “Suburban”, the artist Ian Strange reveals this new facility “Landed”. The work represents the reconstruction of a suburban home Australia 1920 on the steps of the Art Gallery of South Australia. Home, all in black, seems to have fallen from heaven, and have embarked on the front of the gallery.