Category: Architecture


The Attendant: Abandoned Toilet Transformed into a Coffee Shop

Built around 1890 and mothballed in the 1960’s, the Attendant has been dormant for more than fifty years. After two-years of strategic planning and restoration, the old Attendant’s office has been turned into a little kitchen and the original porcelain urinals...

/ March 28, 2013

Invigorating Narrow House by Fujiwaramuro Architects

Fujiwaramuro Architects recently finished the Narrow House, a residential downtown house measuring just 36.95 sqm in Nada, Kobe, Japan. This incredible residence demonstrates that you don’t need a vast amount of space for cozy comfort. The home contains two bedrooms,...

/ March 27, 2013

Copper House by Charles Rose Architects

Charles Rose Architects is an American architect whose designs reflect a keen feel for landscape and the distinct characteristics of a building site. Their recent renovation was a Colonial box with vinyl siding; it was poorly sited, and a garage cut...

/ March 21, 2013

Chicken Point Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects

This beautiful lakeside cabin was conceived by Tom Kundig. The shelter in the woods accommodated a big window that opens to the surrounding landscape. The 30 feet by 20 feet windows open the entire living space to the forest and lake, making you feel...

/ March 12, 2013

Norwich Drive Residence in West Hollywood, CA

This lovely 3,300 square foot Nortwich Drive residence was finished by Clive Wilkinson Architects back in 2007. The home got acquired in 2004, and was constructed as Clive Wilkinson’s new house for his own use. The design needed to express the transition from commercial...

/ March 7, 2013

4 Exotic Countries for Designers’ Coworking

Coworking is the way to cooperate with other designers and see the world to learn new things either from your coworkers or from the surroundings. The main point of this business model is that people are able to work far...

/ March 6, 2013

Panel Apartment Renovation by Viktor Csap

Some people say that a panel apartment has no chance to change…but Viktor Csap would beg to differ. Viktor is an architect born and raised in Budapest, Hungary. His specific focus on individual projects allows his creativity to thrive. His recent project is meant...

/ February 26, 2013