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Glass panels on the corner of this residence pivot aside, opening the double-height living space to its waterfront site in Virginia. Read more
Canadian firm MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects has completed a swimming centre for the University of British Columbia, which is surrounded by fritted glass and topped with a dramatic white roof. Read more
Miami studio Oppenheim Architecture has designed this hotel in Rio de Janeiro so that guests can overlook the city's famous Copacabana Beach while bathing in a rooftop swimming pool. Read more
A glazed courtyard and roof lights draw daylight into this small house in south London, which was designed by local studio Hayhurst and Co for a plot where no outward-facing windows were permitted. Read more
This extension to a house in Taiyuan City, Taiwan, contains independent living spaces for two brothers, which are connected by a glazed corridor that traverses a narrow plant-lined courtyard. Read more
Designer Tom Givone has overhauled a farmhouse in rural New York, with the addition of a glass-fronted extension overlooking a creek. Read more
connecting the site's ensemble of buildings, the expansion forms the 'missing piece' of richard rogers' 1992 extension.The post foster + partners to extend marseille airport with 22-meter-high glazed hall appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
It may not hold a candle to its forbears in Egypt, but the Pyramid House, by VOID Architecture, does boast some additions that even the most powerful pharaoh couldn't dream of. The home is topped by a glazed conservatory that offers excellent views of the landscape, while internet-connected systems provide remote control of heating and lighting...Continue Reading Pyramid-shaped glazed roof le
Halifax-based Omar Gandhi Architect has built a three-storey home in the city, featuring two white-clad volumes with a double-height space sandwiched in the middle. Read more
A courtyard brings light into the centre of this board-marked concrete house in Argentina's Buenos Aires province, designed by architects Anibal Bizzotto and Diego Cherbenco. Read more is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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