Inspiration

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill recently completed construction on their incredible Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland. If you have been searching for religious -or architectural- inspiration, check out their awe-inspiring cathedral. The stunning structure makes beautiful use of glass, fly ash concrete, and fsc-certified wood, but we were most impressed by its incredible use of natural light. SOM is well known for its work on many other large projects such as offices, airports, islands, museums, and skyscrapers.

Brooklyn Tower Clock Penthouse
Like in a dream, live in the most expensive apartment in Dumbo Brooklyn – The infamous “Clocktower” apartment complex is selling its top floor triplex penthouse apartment. ($25 million )

Amazing building!
“The building provides a volumetrically dramatic and dynamic interior space on a grand scale. The objective of the interior décor was to create a softer and intimate counterpoint whilst not jeopardising the clean, geometric lines of the architecture. These elements can harmoniously co-exist and work off each other,” says Adam Court of OKHA Interiors.

Beautiful visualisations of the Villa Flåttarna by Swedish firm Wingårdh Arkitektontor don’t be mistaken these are renders!!
High in the Swiss Alps above Lake Lucerne, the architectural studio Ungertreina built a spacious house with the actual “concrete” aesthetic, which is surrounded by spectacular views of water and mountains, they have created an atmosphere of the James Bond films, just amazing.

Villa GM-Italy
This villa, like a garden pavilion hung with a spectacular view of the sea, is part of a complex of houses located in Marina di Ragusa, on a plot of land with beautiful views overlooking the Mediterranean and a stretch of coast in the direction of the island of Malta
Discus construction
The unique Water Discus construction offers the opportunity to dwell in the natural habitat of fabulously colourful fish, fascinating sea anemones, corals, starfish and sea horses. Our guests can relax in their comfortable rooms, sip coffee in the bar or dine in our exclusive restaurant, and all this in the very heart of the ocean. You will no longer need a breathing apparatus, diving course or other special equipment to enjoy the beauty of the underwater world.
Pawel Podwojewski from Motyw, is the architect of this project.
underwater hotel project


Brooklyn Tower Clock Penthouse

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