If it’s modern architecture you’re into. You’ll love this.

Posted: by August 10th, 2016
Israel based Gal Marom Architects created this modern masterpiece of a villa back in 2012. With clean modern lines, floor to ceiling glass windows, expansive infinity pools, and beautiful landscaping, this design has a nod towards the contemporary hi-fashion architectural style made popular from the likes of SAOTA.… Read the rest of this post »

This Rustic Italian Villa is a Masterclass in Elegant Architecture.

Posted: by August 4th, 2016
Winning it’s creators numerous architecture awards, including the Golden Medal for Italian Architecture, “Picture House” is located in Ripatransone, Italy. This beautiful two story, masonry home was designed by architect Fabio Barilari and completed in 2009. … Read the rest of this post »

17 of the most architecturally stunning new homes in the world

Posted: by July 14th, 2016
From a luxury home in the middle of the Brazilian rainforest to a museum hanging off a mountain in Italy, more than 340 architectural projects from around the world have been shortlisted for the 2016 World Architecture Festival on Monday.… Read the rest of this post »

You won’t believe it but this home looks like a Dragon Emerging from the Cliffside.

Posted: by April 13th, 2016
GilBartolome Architects created this contemporary residence on an extremely challenging plot in Granada, Spain overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The aptly named, House on the Cliff, is literally built into the hillside with a 42-degree incline. Read the rest of this post »

Transforming Apartment Fits Everything You Need in 309 Square Feet

Posted: by April 12th, 2016
In cities which are tight for space, Hong Kong is one of the world's leading innovators when it comes to space conservation. The concept is nothing new, and there is no better example than in this small-space designed by architecture firm LAAB. Read the rest of this post »

Portrush home to feature on Grand Designs

Posted: by October 5th, 2015
Situtated on one of the most stunning sites on the North Coast, an old stone forge in Portrush has been transformed into a spectacular modern home that’s set to feature on Channel 4’s Grand Designs this Wednesday, 7th October 2015. Designed by the homeowner and partner in 2020 Architects in Ballymoney, Michael Howe, the spectacular building is now the family home for Michael, his wife Michele, and children, Rudi 3 and Anna 7 months.… Read the rest of this post »

Crazy Underground ‘Earth Ship’ House Built into a Hill.

Posted: by September 17th, 2015
Earth sheltering has become relatively more popular in modern times, especially among environmentalists and advocates of passive solar and sustainable architecture. However, the practice has been around for nearly as long as humans have been constructing their own shelters. The Earthship as it exists today began to take shape in the 1970s.… Read the rest of this post »

Church Conversion by Zecc Architects

Posted: by June 24th, 2015
If church conversions are your thing, then this remodel project from Zecc Architects in Holland is quite the treat. Taking the original stained glass and ornamental features into consideration, the final creation is spectacular.  With hundreds of empty churches scattered throughout the Netherlands re-use is the only way to prevent long-lasting vacancy or destruction of the historical layer within the city. We’ll let the pictures of the project speak for themselves.… Read the rest of this post »

Is Your House Driving You Up the Wall?

Posted: by April 29th, 2014
It seems, that once you reach a certain level of wealth,you start to run out of ideas on what to hang on your walls. Read the rest of this post »

Loughloughan Barn Conversion Broughshane

Posted: by April 15th, 2014
As far as barn conversions go, this is without doubt one of the best we've seen. Nestled in the already picturesque Co. Antrim landscape, this stunning project from Coleraine architects McGarry Moon has already been shortlisted in the Northern Ireland region for this year’s RIBA Awards. Read the rest of this post »