The U.S. Marine Corps recently finished its first 3D-printed barracks, and it’s a sign of what’s to come for rapid-built housing.
This tiny home has not one but two lofts, and one of them opens directly to the great outdoors.
This restaurant in Dong Hoi, Vietnam, features a soaring vaulted ceiling reminiscent of an ornate cathedral.
The building seems to rise out of the water like a ship (or spaceship), though its textured exterior is meant to evoke Scotland’s rugged coastline.
We love a charred timber facade as much as the next person, but let’s just take minute to admire its polar opposite: a beautifully pristine lake house built from pale cedar.
The compact house dedicates a significant portion of the site to indoor courtyards that make the home feel like it’s part of a mini arboretum.
They literally wrote the book about it
Using drones, the researchers were able to build and manipulate the shape of a canopy in real time, turning it into a morphing shade that reacts to the world around it.
Designed by Spanish architect Ramón Esteve, the Oslo House is a serene coastal abode that’s definitely a "shoes off" kind of house.
At the core of the modern, white-washed home is a zigzagging three-story staircase that took eight months to complete.
The cabins, which range from a 161-square-foot studio to a 430-square-foot, two-bedroom house, can be tweaked to include specific features like a sauna or bespoke furniture.