Framing House in Shiga, Japan by Kouichi Kimura Architects

14 June 2015 No Comments

A recently completed project by the studio of Japanese architect Kouichi Kimura subtly merges a family's private residence with a gallery space for exhibiting art. [...]

Supersize Kaleidoscope in Mallorca, Spain by A2arquitectos

23 May 2015 No Comments

Part optical illusion, part real, architecture studio A2arquitectos has transformed a children's leisure area at Hotel Castell De Hams in Porto Cristo on the island of Mallorca, Spain into a colourful playground inspired by the popular mesmerising toy, the kaleidoscope. [...]

Architecture Film ‘The Learn’d’ Takes a Look into Rotterdam’s Brightest Library

Light, lines and a search for meaning are the main ingredients of The Learn'd, a brand new film by Victor Vroegindeweij about KAAN Architecten's impressive Erasmus MC Education Centre in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. [...]

Six Walls House in Boo, Sweden by Arrhov Frick Arkitektkontor

29 April 2015 {1} Comment

Generous light and a deep sense of calm and privacy are the main features of the minimal Six Walls House near Stockholm. [...]


A week after the end of MILAN DESIGN WEEK, we’re ready to share a selection of projects, products, artworks and exhibitions that caught Yatzer's eye, some of which will be still running during Expo Milano 2015 from May 1 to October 31, 2015. [...]

House in Mühlbach, South Tyrol by Pedevilla Architects

11 April 2015 {1} Comment

Sensitive to the surrounding landscape and culture, Pedevilla Architects have designed this singular family house in South Tyrol, Italy. [...]

E/C House on Pico Island, Portugal by SAMI-arquitectos

31 March 2015 {2} Comments

Portuguese studio SAMI-arquitectos created this original holiday residence in the Azores by embedding a new house inside an old house's ruin. [...]

'Under the Sails’ Residence in Madagascar by SCEG Architects

28 March 2015 No Comments

This breathtaking residence in Madagascar by architecture studio SCEG boasts a large straw roof that stretches like a ship's unfurled sail. [...]