workbylizandalex - Constructed circa 1829 from locally quarried sandstone and convict bricks, the stable began its life as a modest outbuilding to Goulburn Street’s Bull’s Head Inn.
House and photography studio by Olson Kundig with pivoting steel doors
One pivoting door sits within another to create a rusted steel entrance that changes size at this combined house and photography studio in Spain.
Glass Farm: A Big Building Covered by A Glass Facade with Various Facilities
MVRDV tries to design a building by adding some nostalgic remembrance elements to improve the special experience for all visitors. When the adults enter Glass Farm, they will feel a small child size once again in their own life with a lot of childhood memories pass by.
A House with the World’s Largest Pivoting Doors
Le studio belge Sculp IT a récemment rénové une maison située à Anvers. Le principal travail de la rénovation portait sur la conception de grandes portes
Green Eyed Real Estate: A Look Inside 6 Envy-Inducing New York City Homes
Real estate envy is a big thing in New York. Most of us have to make do with apartments slightly larger than a shoebox, but there’s always that one friend who has a real one-bedroom with a private roof deck. And then to make matters worse, there are, scattered throughout the city, some truly amazing properties, the kind that most people can only dream of. We’ve collected six of these envy-inducing homes to fill your Pinterest board and fan the flames of your jealousy.