Old Church transformed into skate park and covered with murals by Okuda San Miguel

Old Church transformed into skate park and covered with murals by Okuda San Miguel h

Originally designed by Asturian architect Manuel del Busto in 1912, the church of Santa Barbara in Llanera, Asturias, was abandoned for years and crumbling from neglect. Luckily, a group of enterprising individuals lead by a collective called the ‘Church Brigade,’… Continue Reading

Gray and tan apartment by Yana Osipenko

Gray and tan apartment by Yana Osipenko

Cantilever furniture and indirect recessed lighting both contribute to the free and spacious feeling this apartment invokes. These details certainly make an interesting contrast with the heavier materials in use, especially the stone slab shelf running parallel to the floor.… Continue Reading

Little House with a Big Terrace

Little House with a Big Terrace

Little House with a Big Terrace is a beautiful dwelling with natural simplicity, located in Tokyo, Japan, designed by Takuro Yamamoto Architects. This project a lucid example of having large external space in small urban residence with limited site area… Continue Reading

Pale timber wood home

Pale timber wood home

There are many interesting ways to achieve certain a atmosphere with materials in interior design and architecture. One of the special materials is a ”pale timber wood”. In this home from Coblonal Architecture the material is used in most elements… Continue Reading

Exclusive eco-friendly Resort in Thailand

Exclusive eco-friendly Resort in Thailand

Malouna Villas by Sicart & Smith Architects is an exclusive resort on the north coast of Koh Samui island in Bang Po, Thailand. Set on a quiet part of beautiful Laem Noi Beach, the project boasts 147 feet of pristine… Continue Reading

House with atrium

House with atrium

Designed by architect Andrés Stebelski, this innovative home features a tessellated layout alternating between modern courtyards and cubic structural segments. The black metal frame maintains a thin profile to allow an unobstructed view over the gardens and into the neighboring… Continue Reading