Amazing Minimalist Japanese Building Shape Architecture
This is Cell Brick House architecture – combining specific measurements for the steel bricks, the architects were able to ensure the interiors will have the right temperature and sunlight all year round. By covering the bricks with a heat resistant ceramic-infused coating, the house is protected from overheating. It is amazing minimalist Japanese building shape architecture with skin of the house that displays a fascinating pattern of holes that rise up from a pebble-covered base.
This is the Beam House, a contemporary residence located in Arbel, in northern Israel. It’s a very impressive structure both by its size and overall design. The house was a project by Tel Aviv-based studio Uri Cohen Architects. It was completed in 2010 and it covers an area of 1,930 square feet. It’s a contemporary [...]
The corrugated metal skin is cut away in places, revealing some but not all of the windows of each building and providing glimpses of the brightly colored walls behind. Located in Qingpu in the west of the city, the center comprises a grid of rectilinear buildings that are connected to one another by a series [...]
The building almost looks like it’s been dropped on site, perched precariously with waves crashing all around it. Set right on the rocks with the North Atlantic lapping at its feet, the white structure features a sharp, angular roofline that stands out against the liquid horizon. This Squish Studio designed by Canadian architect Todd Saunders [...]