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Hotel Mono is All Monochrome [Singapore]

Singapore’s Hotel Mono is set in six historical shop houses in a historic Mosque Street that have undergone a modern renovation. Keeping its original elements, such as Rococo windows or characteristics airwells,…

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AN House by Architect Guilherme Torres

Almost as his signature, the Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres built this stunning modern AN House around a central open plan living area for a family with three teenagers in Mariga, located in…

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Whimsical Grottoes By Antonino Cardillo

‘Grottoes’ project by architect Antonino Cardillo is an ongoing, documented series that explores unusual, cave-like architectural structures.

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Stunning Treehouse in the Middle of Mount Qiyun [China]

This gorgeous treehouse is located within a woodland resort, elevated high amid the treetops canopies of Mount Qiyun, China. The project comes from Cambridge graduates, Andong Lu and Pingping Dou of LanD…

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Industrial Minimalist for The Hollander Hotel [Chicago]

The Hollander hotel in Chicago is a new design and social space, where visitors are encouraged to connect with each other before arrival via Instagram. The interior, conceived by French studio Delordinaire,…

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Ragnarock Music Museum In Roskilde [Denmark]

‘Ragnarock’ is a new museum of rock music in Roskilde, Denmark, and an architectural pearl. Featuring an aluminium studded facade and impressive cantilever, the building was conceived by COBE and MVRDV  on…

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The Essence Of Cities As Seen By Florian W. Mueller

‘Singularity’ is an art series by a German photographer Florian W. Mueller exploring the nature of cities as expressed with their architecture. The images show top floors of skyscrapers on