A crooked line engraved in the Southern Cretan landscape. In the Southern part of Crete is designed by Konstantinos Stathopoulos the unique leisure residence Casa Katana.
Project name
Casa Katana
Architecture firm
Konstantinos Stathopoulos | KRAK. architects
Location
Crete, Aegean Sea, Greece
Tools used
Blender, Lumion, Krita, Adobe Photoshop
it is inevitable that the innate trend of human being is tangled to natural landscape. The Angle House was born from combining multiple reflexed angle shapes (inspired from surrounded mountain layout edges) each one with different sizes and directions affected by functional needs, environmental factors and geographic aspects.
Project name
The Angle House
Architecture firm
Hady Mirawdaly
Location
Kurdistan, Iraq
Tools used
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
The blue whale stands for its size, beauty and the diversity in our nature. The eternal lines of the waves of the water can also be found in the building. When we came up with the idea, we were inspired by the body structure of a blue whale with the hard scales that we use as our supporting structure (reinforced concrete) and the furrows that we in...
Project name
Blue Pearl
Location
Blue Grotto, Malta
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros 3D, Adobe Photoshop, V-ray
Choosing a surveyor for your home build is a big decision and not one to take lightly. Surveyors are a vital part of any build. Without a plan, your constructors won't have a good enough idea of what they're doing. Without a plan, there's also a high risk of issues, which could quickly add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars in extra costs.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Ayaan Kabir (cover image), Scott Blake, Valeria Fursa
Facing nature and framed by a vast vegetation of primaveras, parotas and papelillos, a terrain with two clearly marked axes that open in a trapezoid-shaped way, is displayed. With 12 meters on the front and an opening for up to 50 meters in the back, the proposal should solve the complexity of the lot.
Project name
Casa Kaleth
Architecture firm
Di Frenna Arquitectos
Location
Colima City, Colima, Mexico
Photography
Oscar Hernández
The Rain Catcher is a vision for a detached house built out of a 3D-Printed shell in crude earth or mixed compounds, filled with eco-friendly materials. The design envisages a design that would:
Project name
The Rain Catcher
Architecture firm
Tactus Design Workshop
Location
United Kingdom
Tools used
Blender, NanoCAD, Gimp, Inkscape, Scribus
‘’A house in the forest’’ read the subject of the email. It was an invitation to design a house in a beautiful valley deep in a small town in Spain. The premise? A vast forest that dances with the wind, connecting two platforms by a stone slope.
Project name
House in the forest
Architecture firm
Molina Architecture Studio
Location
Gerona, Spain
Tools used
AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop

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Zoncuantla Apartments in Coatepec, Mexico by Rafael Pardo Arquitectos