Imagine having a retractable kitchen island controlled by your iPhone? That's the concept of this video uploaded by Tim Thaler. While we like this novel idea which helps free up space, he still needs to work on the fact that when not in use, the island counter top becomes part of the floor.
Located in Tacubaya in Mexico City, this home was designed by Andrés Stebelski Arquitecto, and it is both airy and light-drenched, featuring two floors and four courtyards. Check out the pictures of the place in the gallery below: Read more
Architectural practice act_romegialli created this 19th century residence in Northern Italy, featuring an indoor pool, minimalist interior with touches of concrete, stone, and wood. Check it out below in the gallery: Read more
Walker Workshop's "Iak Pass," is buried into a hill, where the designers used an upside-down style to design the home by integrating it into the surroundings with the lower level buried into the 2.5 acre ridge the house is built on. Read more