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In Sopot, Poland, stands one of the strangest buildings in the world. The Crooked House was built in 2004 and inspired by the paintings and drawings of Jan Marcin Szancer, a Polish artist and illustrator of children’s books, and Per Dahlberg, a Swedish painter.

The Crooked House (Sopot, Poland) The Crooked House was built in 2004 and inspired by the paintings and drawings of Jan Marcin Szancer, a Polish artist and illustrator of children’s books, and Per Dahlberg, a Swedish painter.

Backyard Wabi-Sabi Rocks and stones suggest a Japanese garden in this courtyard retreat outside a Los Angeles house. Amphitheater-style steps provide extra seating when the homeowners are having a party.

I would love this..

Beautiful glass windows and doors on a wide Brooklyn Heights brownstone, New York City, New York, USA

my scandinavian home: A retreat in the Catskill mountains

black weatherboard house with wood cladding in the woods. Exterior black boards look striking and rustic in a rural setting and gives a modern twist to the country cottage

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Bernal Heights Residence by SB Architects

Bernal Heights Residence is modern project with square feet of living space, designed by SB Architects in San Francisco, California.

Russian Hill House by John Maniscalco Architecture

Luxury Modern Home Exterior Design of Russian Hill Residence by John Maniscalco Architecture, San Francisco

Simple rectangle/box. Red-painted, fiber-reinforced concrete panels for the cladding. Footbridge in Atlanta.

Bridge to entry. Integrated in to the landscape. On a sloped creekside site in Atlanta, Georgia, architect Staffan Svenson elevates humble materials and basic geometries to craft an affordable modern home. photos by: Gregory Miller

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