Temple Hills Residence is an imposing two-story contemporary home located in Laguna Beach, in California, USA. Envisioned by studio Schola Architecture, the project is is a remodel of an old house located on a hillside and currently integrates sustainable strategies, such as solar orientation, deep overhangs, operable glass and the use of renewable building materials.
Photographer Martin Klimas has made superb photographs of explosive martial arts figures in porcelain. The porcelain figures are dropped from a height of three meters and photographed when they touch the ground, bursting literally, giving the photograph a huge energy.
The Real Life Invisible Man.
Apartment Design in Russia by Alexey Nikolashina.
The architects at Vo Trong Nghia Co., ltd. completed a modern residence in Saigon, Vietnam.
The 100 years old facade has been entirely reworked by Zecc Architects & Studio Rolf.fr. Painted in a shiny black oil, the brickwork, the window frames and the glass of the existing facade is painted black. Photography: Frans Hanswijk
Built and designed by Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados. The property is designed in the form of a spacious bungalow of about 250m², where nature plays much more than a mere supporting role: one just has to note the intense use of daylight.
Located Washington, D.C. the Barcode House designed by David Jameson Architect gets its name from design details that are inspired by.. well, barcodes! Minimalist design exploring juxtapositions between the heavy and light and the old and the new. Photography by Paul Warchol
Located at Montauk Point, this 4,585 sqft ocean front modern masterpiece dissolves boundaries between interior and exterior. Designed by Steven Harris Architects.