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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...

Globe Trotting: The 'New London Architecture' Shortlist Standouts That Shouldn't Be Under the Radar

Pop Brixton, designed by Carl Turner Architects, is a large pop up shipping container marketplace featuring local businesses. London's building boom means the English capital isn't lacking in new opportunities for exciting and creative architecture. It makes reading through New...

Globe Trotting: This Eco-Conscious Mexican Pad Has Beauty and Brains

All photos by by Pim Schalkwijk, Tim Street Porter via Designboom Mexico is no stranger to high-design residences, but this one could be among the country's most eco-conscious. Set on a scenic stretch of the Yucatan peninsula, the house is...

Globe Trotting: Japanese 'Moon House' Features Curved, Calming Interior

All photos by Kenta Hasegawa courtesy Fumiaso Architecture & Associates Commissioned to design a home for working parents and their kagikko—"key children" who let themselves in when they get home from school—architect Fumi Aso added another entry to the list...

Globe Trotting: Would You Get Married in a Rainbow Wedding Chapel?

All photos courtesy of Coordination Asia via Designboom If you find yourself ready to walk down the aisle, but aren't a wedding venue traditionalist or don't envision the big day in a grand religious setting or a tiny, adorable one,...

The Globetrotting Taliban

Afghan Women BBC Photo Afghan Women in 70s The once mostly provincial Taliban have been on the move in recent weeks, trotting at least part of the globe from their bases in Pakistan and Qatar to China, Dubai, Tehran and even Norway.Show More Summary

Globe Trotting: Remixing the Basic Gabled House with a Fancy Lattice Façade

All photos by Adolf Bereuter via Architekten Innauer Matt Adding to the long list of recent projects that make the case for perforated façades, this house in Austria's pastoral Bregenzerwald region is a lesson in dressing up the basics. As...

Globe Trotting: Palm Fronds Shade a Modern Community Center in Vietnam

All photos courtesy of Hoang Thuc Hao, Vu Xuan Son via Designboom Further evidence that some of the most intriguing, boundary-pushing contemporary architecture is coming out of Vietnam, a local firm uniquely named 1+1>2 has finished work on a community...

Globe Trotting: This Swedish Summer House Is Luxe Brutalism at Its Best

All photos by Mikael Olsson Designed by local firm Arrhov Frick Arkitektkontor, the Six Walls House, in Nacka, Sweden—a wooded suburb of Stockholm—is a minimalist's dream, its name derived from the six 16-foot-high poured-concrete walls that form its shell and...

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