Schemata Architecture Office's 63.02° House, built in a dense residential area in Nakano, Tokyo. The house is sited 63.02 degrees towards the front road, allowing a wide and deep view of the neighborhood.
Charlotte Skene-Catling converted an old dairy into a five bedroom home with a bathing pool. I like the way the wood exterior references traditional barns but allows a tremendous amount of light into the house.
An interesting renovation of a building in Cádiz, Spain by MGM Arquitectos. Love the contrasting plywood shutters and white walls. The use of plywood is interesting, as it is the material typically used to board up buildings while construction is in progress.
Polish design firm moomoo created this home for photographer Szymon Szcześniak. The exterior patio can be closed off for privacy with a large curtain. The curtain also makes for a very dynamic facade when blowing in the wind.
Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter has designed a beautiful day-care center in Copenhagen. The most stunning part is the Prism, the greenhouse structure, with it's huge windows that opens up the garden as a third space for the children to enjoy.
Jo Crepain designed this house outside of Antwerp around an old water tower that the client admired. The actual living space all happens in the cube below, but the levels surrounding the water tower are used for relaxing and viewing the landscape around the tower.