‘Tree in the house’ designed by architect Aibek Almasov is nestled in the mountain forests of Almaty, Kazakhstan. The four-storey home is made from four metal poles, which supports each floor with a spiral staircase connecting each, and is encased in double-glazing glass walls.
The project aims to offer an alternative to bustling city life and stifling urban structures by fusing a protective house and a natural environment without creating a visual separation.
Filipino artist Dennis Ramos has been living in the United States for years, practicing photography. His fascination with the light led him to explore and experiment forms of photography that eventually evolved into fine art landscape. In this series of pictures you will find him exploring light through architectural landscape.
Stuttgart City Library
The Stuttgart City Library was designed by Yi Architects. Built out of pale grey concrete and frosted glass bricks it’s façade resembles a shell. The building takes the form of cube with an edge length of 45 meters. The gallery hall is a five-story space, in a form of a square and surrounded by shelves of books.
Photo: Axel Brunst
Bloomframe® is an innovative window that morphs magically into a balcony at the touch of a button. The first models are destined for an apartment building in Amsterdam in The Netherlands. The product’s creators, the Amsterdam-based architecture firm HofmanDujardin explain the Bloomframe® window could soon become a familiar element of the modern cityscape as more architects, developers and builders realize its considerable functional and aesthetic benefits.