French builder, author and artist Joel Unal had specific ideas for his dream house in the Ardèche region. Not a single rock was blasted nor a tree removed from the plot: that's maybe why it took him 36 years to finish. But it was worth the effort!
Balkrishna Doshi has won the Pritzker Architecture Prize, becoming the first Indian to win the highest honor in architecture. The 90-year-old architect has dedicated his life's work to empowering the poor.
On first glance, it looks like a construction site. But it’s part of a modern villa. In Paphos on Cyprus, architect Andreas Vardas has built a home using 360 concrete pipes.
When you think "sustainability," building with wood isn't necessarily the first thing that comes to mind. But a deeper look at the growing trend begs the question: Could wood be a key sustainable resource of our future?
Builder and artist Joël Unal built his dream home in southern France. It’s made of bubble-like structures that sit perfectly in their natural surroundings without a sharp angle or corner in sight.
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