The architect and designer (Sanders Architecture and Britt Design Group) call this Texas ranch “Rocking 8” it is located on a remote 300,000 acre ranch, home was designed around stunning vistas and rock formations.
Project name
Rockin’ 8 Ranch
Architecture firm
Sanders Architecture
Location
Brown County, Texas, USA
Photography
Ryann Ford
We need electricity to run almost everything in the house. It’s right to say that you can hardly survive a day without electricity. The electricity demand has resulted in many homes installing solar panels on their roofs. If you are out there and asking yourself if this is the right way to go, this article is tailor-made for you. 
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Vivint Solar (cover image), Maria Godfrida
Located at Yangnam intersection, the 300m² site had a severely irregular shape as it had a strong corner of about 45 degrees to the roadside and five vertices. The physical scale within the legally permitted limits was reviewed, but it had a smaller height limit compared to the surrounding building
Project name
ARIM TOWER
Architecture firm
Pilotis Architects
Location
81-5, Yeongdeungpo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Photography
Namsun Lee
Conceived and designed by entrepreneur Ezequiel Ayarza Sforza, along with the Mexican architecture studio PRODUCTORA, the Casa Bautista project located in the heart of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve finds expression in a sculptural house that merges with its natural surroundings, seeming to emerge from the sea like a rock and float over the treet...
Project name
Casa Bautista
Architecture firm
PRODUCTORA
Location
Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, Tulum, Quintana Roo
Photography
Onnis Luque
Tim Ditchfield Architects: Inspired by a journey to Palm Springs and the spirit of mid-century modernism, this project was a pilgrimage in design. An exercise in restraint, the floor plan seeks not to maximise built area, but create generous indoor-outdoor spaces throughout the site for any occasion or time of day and carefully curate a sequence of...
Project name
Las Palmas
Architecture firm
Tim Ditchfield Architects
Location
Noosa Heads, Queensland, Australia
Photography
Scott Burrows
Miroslav Naskov / Mind Design: The Futuristic Garden is a concept design for a green community space on water. The form of the structure resonates with the interplay between soft and sharp edges.
Architecture firm
Mind Design
Location
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tools used
Autodesk Maya, Rhinoceros 3D, V-ray, Adobe Photoshop
Having a swimming pool in your own garden is a lovely thing. The pool quickly becomes the focus of the garden, especially if you have kids. The whole family can take a dip whenever they wish, it’s almost like being on holiday!
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Tom Fisk (cover image), Josh Sorenson

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Zoncuantla Apartments in Coatepec, Mexico by Rafael Pardo Arquitectos