Case Inlet Residence by MW Works Architects

60 years after it’s creation it seems Philip Johnson’s glass house is still having a huge influence on the design of contemporary architecture, or so I thought upon viewing this beautiful riverside retreat built by MW Architects. Nestled into a forested slope along the eastern edge of the Case Inlet, the house has a stunning view of the Olympic mountains in western Washington. One of the highlights of this home …

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Collection of Work from Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects

When it comes to sharing architecture on the format I’ve been trying to stick to highlighting one project at a time, but this morning I simply couldn’t decide as there were so many beautiful builds from Detrich and Untertrifaller Architects that I wanted to share. In the end I compiled a set of ten images that really caught my eye which works as a compelling introduction into the style of work …

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Mill Valley Cabins by Feldman Architecture

After what feels like days of internet digging I’ve finally unearthed a project of modern architecture that really resonated with me. Based in the Mill Valley, which is roughly 15 miles north of San Francisco, Feldman Architects have constructed this stunning duo of cabin homes which I’m sure many of you are going to enjoy. The collective is passionate about marrying building and surroundings into one seamless environment …

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Villa Frenay by 70f Architects

We head to Holland now, Lelystad to be specific through the work of 70F architects and this minimalist Villa that their team built two years back. I can’t say I’ve come across their work previously but I really enjoyed this project all the same, browsing over their portfolio that spans twelve years back it would seem they often opt for a boxy exterior with large windows being the prominent feature of each build. The open plan interior was …

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Selection of Work from AABE Architects

Yesterday we visited an architect from the past in the short film of Russel Wright’s home, so today I thought we’d highlight the work of someone a little more present with a collection of work from Belgium based collective AABE Architects. Coming across their portfolio yesterday I was taken back by their sleek minimal style which has quite a classic feel to it, less is certainly more on this evidence and they’ve got the balance of substance and mini …

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Architecture and Interiors by Takuro Yamamoto

Over the weekend I stumbled across the website of architecture firm Takuro Yamamoto who design beautiful buildings and also wonderful concepts. They focus on creating buildings that will stand the test of time, not wanting to be pinned down to a specific era or time-state. What I thought was interesting as well is how the firm want to be “classless” in terms of social class, they want …

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