Tucked away in the Mauricie region of Quebec is this simple summer cottage that is a stone’s throw away from Lac Plaisant. Continue reading “Lake House by YH2”
As we inch towards a future where mankind starts to explore and plant our species’ into other worlds, our future space explorers will need the technology to build themselves habitats that will allow them to live and work on these alien environments. Continue reading “NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge”
Originally built in 1961, this residence above Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles was renovated to have an enlarged pad area to create a space for a curved infinity pool. Continue reading “Residence Overlooking Mulholland Drive by Heusch Inc.”
Coffee houses don’t always have to look dark and brown like the coffee they serve. Dan Brunn Architecture took a step away from your typical coffee house design and took it to a more playful and modern route with their Coffee for Sasquatch project. Continue reading “Coffee for Sasquatch Interior Design by Dan Brunn Architecture”
Montreal-based firm Paul Bernier Architect designed this house which sits on the shore of Charlebois Lake in Quebec, Canada. The “L” shaped abode is clad in weathered steel which gives it its orange patina while another side is covered with black dyed cedar. The woods outside finds its way inside with the cantilevered steps made of walnut that provide access to the upper floor.
MGA designed The Dock Building for the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club on Jericho Beach in Vancouver. The building not only house workshops for maintaining boats but it also has room for offices for the Harbour Master and an instruction space for children. The translucent wall brings in light to the workshops during the day and makes the building glow at night.