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Globe Trotting: Hunker Down in This Alpine Swiss Community Space

All Photos © Milo Keller via Archdaily This imposing structure, according to its designers at architecture firm frundgallina, is for community gatherings and meals. It looks equally capable of withstanding a community militia. Flanked by two historic structures, the...

Globe Trotting: Picture-Perfect Modern Gable Masters the 'Barn Chic' Look

All photos by Simon Maxwell via Dezeen We wouldn't mind 365 days of modern gables if they're all like this newly completed home in rural Monmouthshire, Wales. Replacing a dingy '60s bungalow, the secluded house references traditional barns in the...

Globe Trotting: This 215-Square-Foot Rooftop Pavilion Is Peak Urban Jungle

All Photos Courtesy Adamo-Faiden via Dezeen Step inside the Piñeiro House and you're 15 stories above Buenos Aires—but you'd never guess it. This architects of Adamo-Faiden crafted a 215-square-foot pavilion for a couple living in the building. The sun-filled...

A Willingness to Travel the World Has Helped This Entrepreneur Succeed

Have you always wanted to be a globe trotting entrepreneur? Then listen to the story of Kisha Mays. Mays is a business development consultant and founder of Just Fearless. She regularly travels the world to work with her many clients on global business branding. Here's how she manages her company on the go.

Globe Trotting: Step Inside a Ravishing Retreat in South African Wine Country

All photos via Nuevo Estilo Nestled in the majestic Banhoek Valley in the South African wine country, this rather mod farmhouse hides surprisingly charming interiors and a dynamic connection to the outdoors. Designed by South African architect Henri Comrie, the...

‘Running Wild With Bear Grylls’ Ratings Return Steady, ‘Bachelorette’ Tops Night, ‘Fool Us’ Hits 4-Year Viewership Slot High

Globe trotting for love, high stepping, barbershop barbs and taking a movie star up an Italian mountain were some of the high lights of Monday's primetime – and romance won out. Spanning from Northern Ireland to Park City, Utah, things got down to a final two suitors on The Bachelorette (1.9/7) last night. Show More Summary

Globe Trotting: Perfect-Circle Wood Pavilion Sets Up Next to a Danish Castle

All photos by Hampus Berndtson via Dezeen. Not content to let this year's Serpentine Galleries pavilion and the mind-bending installation at New York City's MoMA PS1 steal all the summer architectural folly thunder, a lovely new temporary structure has...

Globe Trotting: Revel in the Beauty of a Spanish Artist's Dreamy Compound

All photos by Salva López via the Wall Street Journal When we first laid eyes on painter Miquel Barceló's dreamy compound on the Spanish island of Mallorca in the Wall Street Journal, we did a serious double take. Astonishment quickly...

Globe Trotting: Neon Artwork and 100-year Old Timbers Mix in this Rad Office

All Photos © Jeremy Toth via Archdaily Blending old and new never looked so cool. Architect Jose Gutierrez was commissioned by consumer analytics company TRA to convert this century-old Auckland warehouse into open offices. Combing this historic architecture with...

Globe Trotting: A Historic Spanish Apartment Gets a Suave All-Wood Interior

All Photos via Architizer Architecture firm Carrascal-Blas has transformed this small house, tucked away in the small Spanish town of Bayona, with an immersive and lovingly crafted all-oak interior. While polished concrete, ceramic tile, and white marble are all...

Globe Trotting: Your Inner Child Wants to Attend This Beautiful French School

All photos courtesy of Jean-François Schmit via ArchDaily Where were schools like this when we were growing up? Jean-François Schmit Architectes have designed a school" in Paris that's very nature-oriented, with large swathes of green-space and a zen garden...

Globe Trotting: Kengo Kuma Makes Plastic Look So Good with This Tea Pavilion Revamp

All photos courtesy of Kengo Kuma and Associates via Designboom Not content to have covered a restaurant with colorful ethernet cables or erected a cocoon-like fabric canopy in a clothing boutique, Japanese starchitect Kengo Kuma has turned his gimlet design...

Globe Trotting: This Humble Japanese House Hides a Secret Leafy Courtyard

All photos by Masao Nishikawa We already know Japanese architects have a knack for residential designs that make use of every potential square-foot of space in one of the world's most densely populated and urbanized nations. This minimalist timber house...

Globe Trotting: These Mod Stables Are a Design-Savvy Equestrian's Dream

All photos by Fernando Guerra via Dezeen Designed by Portuguese architects Carlos Castanheira and Clara Bastai, this equestrian center uses massive timber structures to house large stables and indoor riding areas. The sweeping beams are functional but sculptural, crisscrossing and...

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Globe Trotting: A Buckminster Fuller Dome on the Vitra Campus is Now a Pop-Up Shoe Store

All photos via Dezeen Well, this is interesting: In a massive Buckminster Fuller-designed dome on its campus, furniture company Vitra has let shoe company Camper erect a pop-up store. Though at first that seems like an odd fit, it's not...

Globe Trotting: This Suave Belgian Loft Explores the Poetry of Shadows

All photos © Luc Roymans Photography via Archdaily The architects of Graux & Baeyens explore the power of shadows in this suave, simple loft design. Located in a formerly-industrial building, the apartment has an unusual arrangement for admitting sunlight: a...

Globe Trotting: Brazil's Muscular Modernism Inspires a Dashing Melbourne Pad

All photos by Shannon McGrath via Dezeen Aussie architect Matt Gibson is clearly taking some stylistic cues from the contemporary greats of Brazilian architecture in his design for this brawny modernist house in a suburb of Melbourne. Composed of twin...

Globe Trotting: A Sleek Winery Addition by Norman Foster Hides Under a Traditional Red-Tile Roof

All photos by Nigel Young / Foster + Partners via ArchDaily Some wineries mix old and new vintages to create unique flavors—and that's exactly what renowned British architect Lord Norman Foster has done with his contemporary addition to a historic...

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