ryanpanos:

Castle Meur: The House Between The Rocks | Via

Castel Meur, also known as La Maison du Gouffre or “the house between the rocks”, is a charming cottage wedged between two huge jagged rocks that has been drawing tourists to the otherwise quiet little village of Plougrescant, located in the department of Côtes-d’Armor in the region of Brittany, in France, since the 19th century.

The house has her back turned towards the sea, against which her owner sought to protect her by building the house in a cradle between the two rocks to shield her from the violent storms that frequent this place. The tiny house was built in 1861, at a time when building permits did not exist, where anyone could build at will. After the death of her original owner, Castel Meur served as the second home to the descendant’s family who lived here sporadically. The current occupant, the granddaughter of the first master of the house, has lived here since 2004 after selling her business in America and returning back to her land.

ryanpanos:

Zennami Dental Clinic | Suppose Design Office | Via

cubebreaker:

Located in Remsenburg, New York, the Barn House by D’Apostrophe Design is clad in 200-year-old wood salvaged from an outbuilding.

coffeenuts:

opticalecstasy:Blanca villa in Mexico (Source) | OpticalEcstasy

coffeenuts:

opticalecstasy:Blanca villa in Mexico (Source) | OpticalEcstasy

remash:

18 thelma ave ~ ? architects

(Source: desiretoinspire.net)

remash:

micro cluster cabins ~ reiulf ramstad architects

remash:

micro cluster cabins ~ reiulf ramstad architects

(Source: europaconcorsi.com)

thibaudpoirier:

La FRAC d’Orléans, Les Turbulences de Jakob + MacFarlane.

Photography by Thibaud Poirier

archatlas:

Amchit Residence Lebanon Blankpage Architects.

"Conceived as a layering of decks, the beach house seeks to maximize its relationship with the sea through a visual and compositional celebration of horizontality in general and the Mediterranean horizon in particular. The slabs are held by a minimal steel structure made of equally sized square columns on a regular module of 2.55m, as well as a discreet glass enclosure and wooden louvers in varying horizontal and vertical rhythms allowing for a relative level of privacy and shade."

mymodernmet:

The proposed Kežmarské Hut by architecture firm Atelier 8000 reimagines the typical lodge as a cube that’s been rotated onto one of its corners. This concept was created for an international competition aimed at designing a building for the High Tatra Mountains of Slovakia. 

n-a-reference:

Alberto Kalach - Kurimanzutto Gallery

n-a-reference:

Alberto Kalach - Kurimanzutto Gallery

(Source: archdaily.com)