A sense of process animates this home as one moves between the floors and through the outside spaces.
There are tons of tall buildings going up, especially in Toronto, so we chose this list based not on size but on innovation and impact.
A facade of mahogany slats is inspired by the way branches provide shade yet allow sunlight to enter, creating the inside-outside blurring that both West Coast Modern homes and many East Asian styles are famous for.
A staid brutalism flirts with airy woods, with the percentage of both varying from room to room, as if a dualism is playing out in the materials.
A beautiful sculptural home in Lagos, Portugal that blends seamlessly with the old city, concealing a modern oasis inside.
NCaved can only be described as a minimalist’s bunker.
This hybrid of art and architecture is located in the Gaslight District, a new mixed-use project by HIP Developments in Cambridge’s Galt neighbourhood.
Like the surrounding mountains, the structure towers and juts in a sculptural way, marking itself as more than just a dwelling.
Her firm’s philosophy counters the monumentalism of Europe with the expansive territory of the Americas so that the architecture is “confused” with the environment.