A townhouse in Dresden's Trachtenberg district stands out among its stately neighbors due to its trapezoid architecture. Its owners invited us for a look around.
For 125 years Loschwitz Bridge, nicknamed the “Blue Wonder,” has been a landmark in the city on the Elbe. The venerable bridge is more than just a stop on a sightseeing trip, and is heavily traveled.
Jakob Bruntse and Johan Homgren had a weekend home built near Stockholm in the shape of a triangle, inspired by the surrounding grounds. The main room has glass walls almost all the way around.
Titled Görlitz – A Cultural Heritage Site Resurrected, a Berlin photo exhibition shows how Germany's easternmost town, right on the Polish border, changed dramatically after the country's reunification in 1990.
A sustainable house, built using traditional architecture, connected to the sea and nature: it’s a villa almost without corners, but with double walls that keep out the intense heat.
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