Sharifi-Ha house in Tehran by Nextoffice  The house has three huge rooms that resemble wooden cubes. Depending on weather conditions and the desire of owners, they may be turned to the street at 90 degrees. The facade turns from two-dimensional to three-dimensional state.

Designed by Tehran studio Next Office, Sharifi-ha House in Iran. Rotating rooms give this Iranian house a shape-shifting facade.

The Polish Pavilion for the 2010 Shanghai Expo 2010 re-imagined traditional polish folk art paper cutouts as a dazzling CNC-cut plywood facade | WWAA Architects

The Polish pavilion designed for Shanghai EXPO 2010 by the WWAA Architects. The pavilion features a perforated façade, inspired by traditional Polish folk-art paper cutouts. design inspiration, architecture, luxury homes

Oxygen EcoTower, 2016 - Progetto CMR

“Oxygen Eco-tower, your villa in the sky”. The design strategy aims at upgrading the traditional concept of villas, through a new residential tower reflecting a sustainable vision that develops upwards, to minimize the use of the soil in.

Swallow’s Nest at the North end of the new “Gateway Park” located on the site of the old airport of Taichung city, by Vincent Callebaut Architectures. The project develops itself under the shape of a three-dimensional Möbius’ ring

Swallow’s Nest at the North end of the new “Gateway Park” located on the site of the old airport of Taichung city, by Vincent Callebaut Architectures. The project develops itself under the shape of a three-dimensional Möbius’ ring Más

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Underground ecological city in abandoned mine The Russian architect agency Alice.ru plans to build an underground ecological city in an abandoned mine in Siberia. Underground cities might be the cities of the future especially in colder areas.

MAD Architects Unveil Urban Forest Skyscraper For China

MAD Architects Unveil Urban Forest Skyscraper For China

ArchDaily has recieved another submission from the Taiwan Tower Competition in Taichung, by Broadway Malayn. The project was dubbed 3x3x3 to represent the

3x3x3 Taiwan Tower Competition / Broadway Malyan Architects

Image 14 of 17 from gallery of Taiwan Tower Competition / Broadway Malyan Architects. Courtesy of Broadway Malyan Architects

The museum complex was built in 1978. Its structure represents a huge glassed concrete arch which in fact closes the entry to the cave. Init...

Historic and ethnographic museum on Sulaiman-Too mountain in Osh, Kirghizia. Built in 1978 as a huge glassed concrete arch which in fact closes the entry to the cave. Initially planned to use it for a restaurant but it never happened.

Water scraper - Sarly Adre Bin Sarkum

The Water-Scraper Designed by Malaysian architect Sarly Adre bin Sarkum. The building would generate its own power using wave-power, solar energy and wind power, and has its own farms, including aquaculture and hydroponics farms.

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