Imagine living inside a giant billboard? That's the idea behind the concept of this Billboard house in Bangkok. Designed by Apostrophy's, the structure consist of a 3 storey house within the billboard
structure with a movable trailer as the
Botg sides of the structure is composed of a blending iron, commonly found in residential areas in the big city. This blending iron can be moved to create different patterns. The structure is then covered with solar cell roof, which works as a main energy source for the home. What do you think of this idea?
Gislene Lopes reinvented the personality of this home by employing a palette of strong colors and intriguing textures. Located in a building planned by architect Oscar Niemeyer in the central region of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, each of the interiors is well individualized, yet the transition between spaces is smooth: Read more
This fascinating piece of minimalist item was designed by Luis Arrivillaga. Giuletta, a floor standing mirror, was conceived a simple and effective form to be graphically displayed. It even has a second function - it's also a hanger. Read more
Jaime Prous + Damián Ribas completed Igualada N1 this year in Barcelona, Spain. The residence boasts a modern minimalist white exterior which comprises three massive cubes. Its unitary design, as well as the courtyards, are defined by the solid blocks. Windows have no framing and are embedded directly into the stone walls. Read more