Imagine living in a home surrounded by green landscape flanked by trees on all sides. This 1,937 square foot residence embodies all of those traits:
Designed by Polish architects KWK Promes, the idea was to create some space for a small recording studio and a conservatory. The decided to link the ground floor with the grassy roof through an “incision” in the green plane and “bending” the incised fragment down. The roof was then transformed into a type of sanctuary, as the only way to reach it was through the interior of the house.
This Swedish loft located in the attic of an early 20th century home in Kungsholmen, Stockholm is now for sale. For a staggering price of US $2.5 million, the apartment is brimming with coziness. Read more
This private double-storey residence in Ahlen, Germany was completed by Leicht. The home displays a distinctive interior that highlights the clear contrast of black and white that makes the house appear structure, clean and balanced. Read more
“Lucid Stead,” is a fascinating outdoor installation done by artist Phillip K Smith III. This 70-year-old cabin in California’s Mojave Desert blend was fitted with mirrored panels that partially cover the building’s exterior walls, windows and doorway. Read more