House in Miyake is a minimalist house located in Hiroshima, Japan, designed by Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects. The site is divided by a retaining wall caused by construction for the purpose of selling the land.
Rustic Modern Inspiration: Wood Paneling
Wood screen + polished concrete floors good for transition to basement
This staircase by storage associati creates a visual paradox
Mario Botta e la "nuova Querini Stampalia" parte)
Chelsea Townhouse by Archi-Tectonics. outdoor patio area with stairs- wood and metal with large window wall- fab!
Clock Tower Penthouse
The work of Japanese studio Kyouei Design – which often creates whimsical, curious products – what Color Light does is surprisingly simple and lush in its infinite possibilities.
folded steel stair without stringers providing circulation & a sculptural element by Olson Kundig Architects - Projects - Hot Rod House, Seattle
Il Sereno Lago di Como by Patricia Urquiola: 2016 Best of Year Winner for Resort