WikiLeaks сomputer сenter (Stockholm, Sweden) is located at a depth of 30 meters in the rock bunker, which was used during the Cold War. On the area of 1200 sq. m. are two servers and equipment, providing independent power supply for operation of the center.
Architecture: Albert France-Lanord Architects
Photography: Ake E:son Lindman
Zen water house design (China) combines the use of natural materials with simplicity of forms. Stone, water and wood are designed to create a meditative sense of serenity, peace, and bring a contemplative attitude to the environment.
Architecture and photographs: Li Xiaodong Atelier
This small simple stone house (Spain) is situated on a hilltop, planted cherry trees, which offers a beautiful view of the surroundings. Design of this home is determined by local building codes that allow the construction of facilities for storing agricultural equipment, area of no more than 25 sq m and an underground reservoir for water storage. The main space is occupied by a living room and kitchen, a bedroom over them, and in natural daylight basement located bathroom, studio and bedroom.
Architecture and photographs: Enproyecto Arquitectura - Sergio Garcia-Gasco Lominchar, Jorge Cortes, Borja Garcia
Client is an industrial designer, so the industrial design minimalist house (Tokyo, Japan) is not only convenient and ergonomic place to live, but also reflects professional activities of the owner.
Architecture: Koji Tsutsui Architect & Associates
Photography: Masao Nishikawa
Views to the desert sky and surrounding Arizona mountains naturally radiate through the glazed walls house. A large percentage of the building and construction materials are recycled content such as the concrete flooring, zinc siding and glass.
Architecture and photographs: Circle West Architects
This holiday and weekend house is situated on a small island near Auckland, New Zealand. The living-kitchen-dining space is an informal glazed pavilion and is placed between two cedar-clad private rooms blocks.
Architecture: Mitchell and Stout Architects
Photography: Patrick Reynolds
The modern concrete home situated on the slope oriented to the south not far from Madrid, Spain. Overhanging part of the facade on the front side of the house protects the inner space from the hot sun in summer and allow sunlight to fall inside during winter months.
Architecture: Inaqui Carnicero Alonso-Colmenares
Contemporary two bedrooms house (Victoria, Australia) situated on a narrow city allotment. The house was designed for an Art Gallery director and provide an extra study for visiting artists and private gallery.
Architects: Nervegna Reed Architecture
Photos: John Gollings