It was the heyday of modernism in Palm Springs — some images from that time.
A fresh take on traditional siding.
House Martha’s Vineyard, by Architecture Research Office
via: Below the Clouds
An elegant solution for a sloping site, this single family home hits all the right notes.
Villa NM, Upstate New York, USA, by UNStudio
This Iconic bridge is a cable-stayed, masted structure, one of the finest structures built in this century. To accommodate the expansion and contraction of the concrete deck, each column splits into two thinner, more flexible columns below the roadway, forming an A-frame above deck level. The tapered form of the columns both expresses their structural loads and minimises their profile in elevation. The bridge enables motorists to take a drive through the sky, 270 metres (equivalent to the height of the Eiffel Tower) above the Tarn River valley for a 2.5 kilometre stretch through France’s Massif Central mountains.
Millau Viaduct, by Foster and Partners Co-architects: Chapelet-Defol-Mousseigne
New house in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Vivienda en Jardín del Sol, Tacoronte, by Antonio Corona Bosch, Arsenio Pérez Amaral, Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos
David Chipperfield has won an international competition to masterplan an arts and technology quarter in Segovia, Spain.
Arts and Technology Quarter Winner David Chipperfield, from bd
Modern Cabana a San Francisco based company, can provide clients with designer, pre-fabricated structures.
Cabana, $85.00/sq. foot, by Modern Cabana
Plenty of angles — the building’s envelope is composed of an overlapping multi-faceted surface that, because of perforations, creates a moiré effect.
Theatre Agora, Lelystad, Netherlands, by UNStudio
In addition to the Mandarin Oriental hotel, this private island in the Turks and Caicos will also offer a selection of villas designed by Piero Lissoni. Other well known architects, including Shigeru Ban, David Chipperfield and Zaha Hadid will also design neighborhoods. Paradise!
Piero Lissoni for Dellis Cay
The scale of a Japanese house is incredibly small by European or American standards. The solution is to maximize space while at the same time letting in more light and air. Three new concepts here push the boundaries for typical Tokyo lot configurations (each under 100 square meters)
TokyoHouse, by ”Unagi” Manabu Chiba/Chiba Manabu Architects “Hata” Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Momoyo Kaijima/Ateleir Bow-Wow “Kado” Hitoshi Abe/Ateleir Hitoshi Abe. More (in Japanese): Tokyo House