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El mar en un globo

El mar en un globo

Interview: Alessio Albi's Evocative Portraits Blend the Natural Beauty of Women with Nature

Interview: Alessio Albi's Evocative Portraits Blend the Natural Beauty of Women with Nature

Soil & Stem

Soil & Stem

carnaval toda la vida

carnaval toda la vida

Esta casa con jardín fue construida en un terreno pequeño de apenas  8 x 4 metros, típica de las ciudades japonesas, se distribuye esta pequeña vivienda con vegetación integrada. El arquitecto japonés Ryue Nishizawa, fundador del estudio SANAA, profesor adjunto en Harvard Design School y ganador del Premio Pritzker de Arquitectura en 2010 ha proyectado [...]

Esta casa con jardín fue construida en un terreno pequeño de apenas 8 x 4 metros, típica de las ciudades japonesas, se distribuye esta pequeña vivienda con vegetación integrada. El arquitecto japonés Ryue Nishizawa, fundador del estudio SANAA, profesor adjunto en Harvard Design School y ganador del Premio Pritzker de Arquitectura en 2010 ha proyectado [...]

dahh how nice

dahh how nice

Looking like something straight out of a forest fairytale, these conical wood, cane, clay and grass-thatched structures proposed for Ukraine's Three Stacks eco-hotel are especially interesting -- and they boast energy-efficient lighting and architectural form that is native to the region.

Looking like something straight out of a forest fairytale, these conical wood, cane, clay and grass-thatched structures proposed for Ukraine's Three Stacks eco-hotel are especially interesting -- and they boast energy-efficient lighting and architectural form that is native to the region.

The Sleepers -- Curtis, Deborah and their children, Kian, Perry and baby Theodore Wesley -- live in a cave, a 17,000-square-foot gouge in the earth left by a 1930s sandstone mine. It's Tom Sawyer country here in Festus, Mo., just a few miles from the Mississippi River, and the Sleepers showed their adventurous side by making their home 45 feet under a forest (and a neighbor's home).

The Sleepers -- Curtis, Deborah and their children, Kian, Perry and baby Theodore Wesley -- live in a cave, a 17,000-square-foot gouge in the earth left by a 1930s sandstone mine. It's Tom Sawyer country here in Festus, Mo., just a few miles from the Mississippi River, and the Sleepers showed their adventurous side by making their home 45 feet under a forest (and a neighbor's home).

Casa Meera Colombia SOStenible

Casa Meera Colombia SOStenible

Takeshi Oga Art

Takeshi Oga Art