The facade of a 1950s house in south-west Germany has been transformed into a giant funhouse mirror킠as part of a renovation by킠German architect킠Bernd Zimmermann.
This house in the Swedish seaside town of M탶lle by Stockholm studio Elding Oscarson has an upper storey clad with roughly sawn Douglas fir and a lower section that is entirely transparent (+ slideshow).
Stones and shells from the seashore fill the walls of these eight contemporary British beach huts that킠London office Pedder & Scampton designed for the seaside town of Southend (+ slideshow).
News:킠Danish firm 3XN has been selected as preferred architect to design a new headquarters for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Lausanne, Switzerland.
This school building in Bath, England,킠by local architects Mitchell Taylor Workshop features킠stone walls recalling the city’s historic architecture, alongside contrasting킠dark grey brickwork킠and window surrounds (+ slideshow).
This office킠and workshop for a theatre designer in Osaka was designed by Japanese studio킠Mattch to look like a glazed box hovering between two solid curtains (+ slideshow).
French architect킠Noel Dominguez킠has added a킠timber-clad residence킠with an angular penthouse to the former garden of a townhouse on the outskirts of Paris킠(+ slideshow).
A wooden treehouse with circular perforations is suspended from the ceiling inside킠this space for a south London킠theatre킠company킠for disabled children, echoing round patterns on its facade킠(+ slideshow).
This house킠in the킠Oxfordshire countryside was designed by London studio킠The Manser Practice with a Cotswold stone facade and a cantilevered terrace overlooking the woods (+ slideshow).
A 100-year-old house in Paris has been renovated and extended by local studio킠CUT Architectures to frame a garden facing the morning sun and create a shaded terrace overlooking a nearby park (+ slideshow).