Architecture

Gorgeous Viewpoint Platform Invites Busy Londoners to Enjoy the Wildlife of Regents’ Canal

Gorgeous Viewpoint Platform Invites Busy Londoners to Enjoy the Wildlife of Regents’ Canal

The platform's design was inspired by the Finnish Laavu, a traditional shelter intended for temporary residence during fishing and hunting trips. The Laavu was typically a primitive, triangular shape made

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Heathrow Airport’s New Terminal 2 Opens Today at 10% Capacity

Heathrow Airport’s New Terminal 2 Opens Today at 10% Capacity

Following the opening of Terminal 5 designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners in 2008, Heathrow has continued with a redevelopment plan funded by over $18 billion from private investors over the

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VIDEO: High Line Section Two Opens in NYC!

VIDEO: High Line Section Two Opens in NYC!

Section two of New York City's High Line Park opened a couple of years ago to great acclaim, and Team Inhabitat were among the first to catch a glimpse of this amazing new green space! The High Line is a

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Orproject’s Sparkling ‘Dynamorph’ Cave Channels Shamanic Rites and Celestial Forms

Orproject’s Sparkling ‘Dynamorph’ Cave Channels Shamanic Rites and Celestial Forms

Orproject developed their isosurface using an algorithm that situates the exhibited materials as central points in a gravitational forcefield. The envelope is pulled and distorted around these centers.

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Prefab Intershelter Dome Homes Pop Up Anywhere for Immediate Shelter

Prefab Intershelter Dome Homes Pop Up Anywhere for Immediate Shelter

Intershelters were designed to provide a comfortable place to stay just about anywhere. They’ve been used in deserts, deep in the forest, and even on the side of glaciers, providing sleeping shelters,

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e-MRAK Builds Stunning Pisek City Forest Administration Building in the Czech Woodland

e-MRAK Builds Stunning Pisek City Forest Administration Building in the Czech Woodland

Located in the south Bohemian region of Pisek, the stunning building was a winning competition entry. Designed by Prague-based e-MRAK, it provides information to visitors while serving as an admin hub for

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JaK Studio to Built London’s First ‘Invisible’ Eco-Home

JaK Studio to Built London’s First ‘Invisible’ Eco-Home

Following two years of negotiations, the proposal for renovating the derelict garage into a house has just been signed and the construction is scheduled to start this month. Previous proposals envisioning

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Eindhoven’s Colossal UFO-Shaped Evoluon Center is Out of this World!

Eindhoven’s Colossal UFO-Shaped Evoluon Center is Out of this World!

Photo © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat Standing within the Dutch City of Design & Technology, the Evoluon is a daring and iconic landmark. Its concrete dome is 253 feet in diameter and it was

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Super Thin Solar Panels Crown the Spectacular ‘Green Zero’ Modular Getaway in Italy

Super Thin Solar Panels Crown the Spectacular ‘Green Zero’ Modular Getaway in Italy

The interior relies on a simplistic design, coming to life thanks to accents of color throughout the single bedroom dwelling. Even though the room is made for two, there is ample space to fit many more

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Karin Matz Renovates Tiny Dilapidated HB6B Apartment Into a Beautiful Daylit Home in Stockholm

Karin Matz Renovates Tiny Dilapidated HB6B Apartment Into a Beautiful Daylit Home in Stockholm

The space was going through a phase of dilapidation prior to its renovation- wallpaper was half removed, the kitchen faucet and tiles were sticking out of a wall, the bathroom was inhabited by rats, and

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The Alunaris Project: A Tree Temple in the Heart of Colombia’s Sierra Nevada Mountains

The Alunaris Project: A Tree Temple in the Heart of Colombia’s Sierra Nevada Mountains

Rising over 18,000 feet near Colombia's Caribbean coast, the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range is the highest coastal range in the world, and in dire need of conservation and protection. A group

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Eco Hotel Endemico is a Gorgeous Green Retreat in Baja, Mexico

Eco Hotel Endemico is a Gorgeous Green Retreat in Baja, Mexico

The eco hotel is located on roughly 100 hectares of the Encuentro Guadalupe development outside of Ensenada, which also includes a residential area and a winery. The hotel is made up of 20 EcoLofts, which

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NASA Architect Designs Tiny FireFly Camping Trailer for Adventure and Disaster Relief Applications

NASA Architect Designs Tiny FireFly Camping Trailer for Adventure and Disaster Relief Applications

Designer Garret Finney drew upon his experience working as a senior architect for NASA's Habitability Design Center (HDC), where he designed small, ergonomic habitats for astronauts. After leaving NASA in

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Perforated Screen Around Tokyo’s MoyaMoya House Protects the Privacy of a Hobbyist Kimono Dyer

Perforated Screen Around Tokyo’s MoyaMoya House Protects the Privacy of a Hobbyist Kimono Dyer

Two layers of perforated and flexible material are wrapped around the existing building to create a moiré effect that gives an illusion of movement while protecting the interior form outside views. The

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Zaha Hadid and Leading Architects Design Antarctica’s First Pavilion for 2014 Venice Biennial

Zaha Hadid and Leading Architects Design Antarctica’s First Pavilion for 2014 Venice Biennial

Commissioned by Alexander Ponomarev and curated by Nadim Samman, Antarctopia will offer a glimpse into Antarctica's unknown wilderness, its provisional architecture, and the surprising culture and

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UK Architect Transforms Decrepit Public Bathroom Into Incredible Private Home

UK Architect Transforms Decrepit Public Bathroom Into Incredible Private Home

Clark first discovered the lavatories back in 2005. Having just completed a degree at the Glasgow School of Art, the young architect was looking for a unique challenge. "For me that’s about saving sites

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Zaha Hadid Among Five Firms Shortlisted to Design Scandinavia’s Tallest Skyscraper

Zaha Hadid Among Five Firms Shortlisted to Design Scandinavia’s Tallest Skyscraper

A shortlist of all-star architecture firms has just been unveiled in the competition to design the tallest skyscraper in Scandinavia in Gothenburg, Sweden. The competition, which was initiated by Swedish

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SeARCH’s Utopian Dome Home Looks Like a Grass-Covered Hill!

SeARCH’s Utopian Dome Home Looks Like a Grass-Covered Hill!

SeARCH's Yourtopia home emerges from the landscape like a natural grassy hill. The hill is capped with a pointed circular roof that allows light to enter while deflecting rainwater onto the grassy

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SOM Unveils Miami Multimodal Hub for All Aboard Florida’s New Rail Network

SOM Unveils Miami Multimodal Hub for All Aboard Florida’s New Rail Network

Both Florida residents and visitors utilize the heavily congested highways to travel between Central and South Florida. To ease the congestion and take cars off the road, a private company called Florida

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PHOTOS: Artists Breathe New Life into Abandoned Miami Marine Stadium

PHOTOS: Artists Breathe New Life into Abandoned Miami Marine Stadium

Designed in 1963 by recent Cuban immigrant Hilario Candela, the stadium was acclaimed for its passive principle design, which keeps visitors naturally cool in the hot Miami sun.  The 6,566 seat stadium

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Help Make the Biggest Tiny World in the World a Reality!

Help Make the Biggest Tiny World in the World a Reality!

If you've ever wanted to feel like a giant, here's your big, er, small chance. Israeli entrepreneur Eiran Gazit has launched a Kickstarter campaign to build Gulliver’s Gate, the biggest tiny world in

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6 Awe-Inspiring, Isolated Micro-Shelters from Around the World

6 Awe-Inspiring, Isolated Micro-Shelters from Around the World

Muir Trail Hut in California Muir Trail Hut stands at 12,059 feet within California's rocky peaks, and is one of the trail's greatest landmarks. Built in 1930 by the Sierra Club of California, this

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Bombay Sapphire’s 18th Century Paper Mill Renovation Wins BREEAM Award for Industrial Design

Bombay Sapphire’s 18th Century Paper Mill Renovation Wins BREEAM Award for Industrial Design

Located in rural Hampshire, UK, the historic paper mill printed banknote paper for the Bank of England and British Empire for over 225 years and is currently registered as a Conservation Area and Site of

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B9 Architects’ Family Share Residence Maximizes Space & Light in Seattle

B9 Architects’ Family Share Residence Maximizes Space & Light in Seattle

The owner wanted to maximize site use by creating multiple residences, so she hired b9 Architects to design a double family residence. First, the original 1930s home was completely deconstructed by

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Eco-Friendly Tribeca Loft Marries Old World Charm with Modern Finishes

Eco-Friendly Tribeca Loft Marries Old World Charm with Modern Finishes

We're sure this dreamy Tribeca loft broke a lot of hearts when it was recently sold to some very lucky new owners. Featuring ample windows and eco-friendly finishes, the historic Pre-WW II apartment

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Skylights Pump Daylight into the Contemporary Sorel Residence in Quebec

Skylights Pump Daylight into the Contemporary Sorel Residence in Quebec

The focus of the Sorel Residence design was to construct a contemporary home in a traditional suburb without distracting from the area's cohesive look. By covering the low, horizontal structure with a

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Rhino Cubed’s Zulu Queen Micro Container Home is a Living Sculpture

Rhino Cubed’s Zulu Queen Micro Container Home is a Living Sculpture

Rhino Cubed was founded by former high tech executive Jan Burton and architect Sam Austin to combine their love of art and design with tiny homes. The company offers two different sizes of container home

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Gehry Unveils Philadelphia Art Museum Renovation and Expansion Masterplan

Gehry Unveils Philadelphia Art Museum Renovation and Expansion Masterplan

The masterplan includes the existing museum building, from the east entrance facing Center City to the west entrance overlooking the Schuylkill River. Most of the changes planned for the existing building

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The Kubik is a Glowing Pre-Fabulous Party Venue

The Kubik is a Glowing Pre-Fabulous Party Venue

The mobile entertainment business is rampant with waste since setups are often used only once for a location and dumped, as it is cheaper to start all over again than truck the materials to a new venue.

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The Future of the Built Environment is 3D Printed

The Future of the Built Environment is 3D Printed

The future of the built environment is 3D printed, as California's Bot Laboratory proves with this groundbreaking piece. Showcased at the Maker Fair 2014, the m_Wall was printed in only two pieces and

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