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House H: Y Beams, Hanging Floors and Irregular Cutouts Transform a Tiny Japanese Home

House H: Y Beams, Hanging Floors and Irregular Cutouts Transform a Tiny Japanese Home

In order to create a playful sense of expansiveness on the inside of the Matsudo City home, Shinozaki decided to give it a large roof and fill the space in-between with eight Y-shaped wooden frames. From

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Forget the Cutouts! This Year’s Coolest Holiday Cookies Are 3D Printed

Forget the Cutouts! This Year’s Coolest Holiday Cookies Are 3D Printed

Mom’s festive cut outs may take a back seat this year to Holleis’ high design 3D printed cookies. He began by designing the spiral and ring shaped cookies in a 3D imaging program. Loading up the 3D

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A Series of Clever Circular Cutouts Transforms Two Historic Structures into Mlicki’s Modern Offices

A Series of Clever Circular Cutouts Transforms Two Historic Structures into Mlicki’s Modern Offices

"The goal of this 6800 square foot commercial office renovation project was to recycle a pair of older, historic structures, giving them a new identity and purpose while retaining their historic

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Villa Mortnas nails the cool factor on the icy Stockholm archipelago

Villa Mortnas nails the cool factor on the icy Stockholm archipelago

Located on the largest archipelago in Sweden, the Villa Mörtnäs mirrors its stoic, icy surroundings. The Strömma Projekt, a Swedish property developer, commissioned fourfoursixsix to design a home for

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Medici Architects rock 5-Star Built Green standards with gorgeous Kirkland Home

Medici Architects rock 5-Star Built Green standards with gorgeous Kirkland Home

The first thing you notice is the reclaimed wood siding Medici Architects applied to the outside of this modern home in downtown Kirkland, WA, which earned Built Green 5 star certification. A voluntary

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Pitched Blanco Oostduinkerke Residence conceals parking under dune grasses in coastal Belgium

Pitched Blanco Oostduinkerke Residence conceals parking under dune grasses in coastal Belgium

It's challenging to build contemporary buildings that mesh with a given vernacular, and even more so to do so in a way that minimizes site disturbance. Yet BURO II & ARCHI+I have achieved both with

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Haus am Steinberg is a Charming Wedge-Shaped Addition to a Historic Wine Cellar in Austria

Haus am Steinberg is a Charming Wedge-Shaped Addition to a Historic Wine Cellar in Austria

In order to prevent it from interfering too much with the original design, the gabled addition meets the roof lines of the original cellar while still maintaining something of its own identity. The

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Ant House hides an innovative wood interior behind a metal-clad cube in Japan

Ant House hides an innovative wood interior behind a metal-clad cube in Japan

Completed in 2012, the 713-square-foot Ant House design encapsulates the mA-style architects' signature minimalist and playful style, which relies on ambiguous spaces and a restrained materials palette

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Sou Fujimoto unveils plans for lotus-like House of Hungarian Music in Budapest

Sou Fujimoto unveils plans for lotus-like House of Hungarian Music in Budapest

Sou Fujimoto's design was selected in an anonymous competition held by the Liget Budapest museum project. French architecture studio Vallet de Martinis DIID Architectes and Hungarian firm KÖZTI

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DIY: Craft an adorable Christmas village from recycled cardboard

DIY: Craft an adorable Christmas village from recycled cardboard

Step One: Gather your materials: • Corrugated cardboard box • Box cutter • Utility knife • Scissors • Ruler • Pencil or pen • White paint and paintbrush • Mini white LED Christmas

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Extraordinary panoramic photos celebrate the sacred geometry of Iran’s mosques

Extraordinary panoramic photos celebrate the sacred geometry of Iran’s mosques

Sheikh lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan Construction of this breathtaking mosque began in 1603, and it was completed in late 1619. It's one of the smaller mosques in the area, designed to be used solely by the

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Tiny Tsubomi House is a Multi-Level Residence that Blooms Atop a Cookie Shop

Tiny Tsubomi House is a Multi-Level Residence that Blooms Atop a Cookie Shop

The Tsubomi House is focused around its central staircase, which is made of concrete on the lower floors and folded metal for the floors above ground level. A storage room and bathroom are housed in the

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Small Spruce-Clad Home Sits on Stilts Above a Natural Swimming Pool in Austria

Small Spruce-Clad Home Sits on Stilts Above a Natural Swimming Pool in Austria

The architects elevated the Teichhaus' small footprint of just 530 square feet onto four metal pillars. Since the terrain is sloped, one side of the house sits just above the water level of the adjacent

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Build Your Own Disaster-Proof Earth Home Using Materials of War

Build Your Own Disaster-Proof Earth Home Using Materials of War

Just four years before the 1979 Islamic revolution, Nader Khalili abandoned his career building fancy high rises and other conventional structures and set off into the desert of Iran on a motorbike to

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Man Transforms School Bus into a Groovy Mobile Cabin Made from Leftover Forest Cuttings

Man Transforms School Bus into a Groovy Mobile Cabin Made from Leftover Forest Cuttings

A long-time traveler, Selby had long entertained the idea of a bus conversion, but the decision to purchase a $3,000 school bus to fix up owed more to happenstance than it did to long-term planning. After

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Ellipse: Custom Wood Furniture Wrapped in a Geometry-Inspired Walnut and Birch Ply Shell

Ellipse: Custom Wood Furniture Wrapped in a Geometry-Inspired Walnut and Birch Ply Shell

Recent college graduate and Revitalized Artistry founder Christopher Lloyd White may be young at just 22, but this Atlanta-based furniture designer has already built an impressive shop full of beautifully

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Josh Haywood Designs Stunning Lasercut Plywood Pavilion for Burning Man Festival

Josh Haywood Designs Stunning Lasercut Plywood Pavilion for Burning Man Festival

Every year, 70,000 people gather in the Nevada desert for the Burning Man Festival, a ten-day event where participants construct a temporary city built around art, music and culture. The Hayam Sun Temple

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Swarm of Tiny ‘Minibuilder’ Robots Can 3D Print Giant Buildings On-Site

Swarm of Tiny ‘Minibuilder’ Robots Can 3D Print Giant Buildings On-Site

The Minibuilders comprise three robots, each programmed to carry out different functions for the three separate stages of the building process: Foundation, Walls and Ceilings, and Reinforcement. First,

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IPT Architects’ Timber Dream Pavilion Changes Shape Depending on Your Vantage Point

IPT Architects’ Timber Dream Pavilion Changes Shape Depending on Your Vantage Point

London-based firm IPT Architects recently unveiled this year's Summer Triumph Pavilion for the V & A Museum of Childhood's Museum Gardens. Titled the 'Dream Pavilion,' this self-supporting structure

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Architecture Students Build Tiny Mirrored Lookout That Blends Seamlessly into the Scottish Landscape

Architecture Students Build Tiny Mirrored Lookout That Blends Seamlessly into the Scottish Landscape

Built by hand, the Lookout consists of a timber frame structure that was fabricated offsite and then trucked into the National Park. Once on site, Ritchie and Tyler installed sheets of mirrored stainless

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Gulskogen Bicycle Hotel Stashes Over a Hundred Bikes Behind an Intricate Filigree Facade

Gulskogen Bicycle Hotel Stashes Over a Hundred Bikes Behind an Intricate Filigree Facade

At the entrance, a concrete tongue-shaped ramp spills out from a circular wooden border that frames a metal doorway. A porous filigree pattern sprawls across the metal doorway and gable wall. Drammen’s

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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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Liqui Design Pays Homage to the Humble Paper Bag with the Clever Bagalight Collection

Liqui Design Pays Homage to the Humble Paper Bag with the Clever Bagalight Collection

In the Bagalight line, Liqui Design applies the transformative power of design to an ordinary item to challenge preconceived ideas about the value of design. Inhabitat first spotted these quirky paper bag

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IKEA’s ‘Home for Hope’ Program Finds Families for Homeless Pets

IKEA’s ‘Home for Hope’ Program Finds Families for Homeless Pets

Stop by an IKEA showroom in the near future and you're likely to encounter something even more adorable than assemble-it-yourself bed frames and cabinets. The Swedish furniture giant recently partnered

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Unique Elliptical Skylight Naturally Illuminates Portugal’s Sophisticated Pó House

Unique Elliptical Skylight Naturally Illuminates Portugal’s Sophisticated Pó House

The low, rectangular design stems from the architect's desire to take maximum advantage of the solar exposure, while simultaneously minimizing impact on the surrounding environment. The architects took

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INTERVIEW: Architect James Cleary on Designing the Kitchen of the Future, Today

INTERVIEW: Architect James Cleary on Designing the Kitchen of the Future, Today

James Cleary is a Brooklyn-based architect who has designed many residential buildings throughout NYC Over the last century, the design of the kitchen has changed dramatically. Once a service space

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Cheerful Hanging Timber Treehouse Livens Up London’s Oily Cart Theatre for Children with Developmental Challenges

Cheerful Hanging Timber Treehouse Livens Up London’s Oily Cart Theatre for Children with Developmental Challenges

Architect David Bickle explains that the new space is used for children "who have multiple and complex learning difficulties, helping to bring theatre to audiences who might not otherwise have the chance

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Sam Fox School’s Dynamic Bird Blind Blends into an Avian Paradise

Sam Fox School’s Dynamic Bird Blind Blends into an Avian Paradise

Washington University's school of architecture teamed up with the Audubon Center at Riverlands and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Rivers Project Office to design and construct the bird blind using

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BIG, OMA, and Buro Ole Scheeren Selected as Finalists in Axel Springer Competition in Berlin

BIG, OMA, and Buro Ole Scheeren Selected as Finalists in Axel Springer Competition in Berlin

Described by the firm as a “three dimensional neighborhood,” Bjarke Ingels Group's design focuses on collaboration and exchange. Enclosed by office spaces with transparent facades on all four sides,

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Maxwan Architects’ House G is a Sun-Filled Retrofitted Barn Retreat in the Netherlands

Maxwan Architects’ House G is a Sun-Filled Retrofitted Barn Retreat in the Netherlands

Most of the existing barn was left intact. A swath of roof was removed and replaced by a length of skylights to compensate for the small windows. A soapstone woodstove delineates the living room, and a

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