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Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman designed this skinny house in Rotterdam, featuring black brick walls with hidden windows and a large indoor hammock.

double-story living room

Image 1 of 38 from gallery of skinnySCAR / Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman. Courtesy of Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman

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Three hundred individually cut and mutually supporting stone pieces form this latticed canopy in the Palestinian city of Jericho.

AAU ANASTAS’ research department ‘Scales’, and the GSA Research Lab are examining the use of three-dimensional free-form stone vaults in Palestine. The resul.

Gapahuk by Snøhetta

Architecture firm Snøhetta has unveiled this prefabricated cabin, which is designed with a twisted roof to offer protection in harsh weather conditions.

This set of "almost invisible" furniture and screens by Amsterdam designer Germans Ermičs pays homage to an influential piece of 1970s Japanese design.

Dutch artist Germans Ermič crafted this lovely ombré glass chair, an update of the classic laminated glass chair created by Shiro Kuramata in

The recently completed Museo Internacional del Barroco in Mexico by Japanese architect Toyo Ito, is captured by British photograph Edmund Sumner.

Kenxo Tange's St Mary's Cathedral photographed by Edmund Sumner

Visions of the Future // Located in the Bunkyō district of Tokyo, St Mary's Cathedral was designed by Kenxo Tange to reference the lightness of a bird and its wings.

A team from the University of Stuttgart has used robots and drones to weave this carbon-fibre pavilion, which is based on the hammocks spun by moth larvae

Drones and robots weave carbon-fibre pavilion based on moth webs