Vietnamese studio Vo Trong Nghia Architects designed these five houses which look like oversized plant boxes, located in Ho Chi Minh City the houses have trees growing on their rooftops.
The Journal from photography website VSCO gives us a beautiful inside in the new location from Makeshift Society. The architecture firm Dash Marshall turned this old pencil factory into a shared workspace for Brooklyn‘s creative entrepreneurs.
CC4441 by architect Tomokazu Hayakawa is a new office and art exhibit space in Tokyo, against the fact that the Japanese building regulations prohibit the use of shipping containers for permanent structures, Tomokazu Hayakawa sidestep these regulations because his containers are wrapped around an internal wood frame.
The Japanese architects Jun Inokuma of Naruse Inokuma and Hiroko Karibe have worked together on the renovation of their own personal residence in Setagaya, Tokyo.
The Spanish architects Churtichaga + Quadra-Salcedo build this Four Seasons House located in an open meadow outside of Madrid. The House is made with bulky wooden walls and has an open space era with two terraces, one facing to the mountains in the East and the other to the landscape in the West.
Check out this Lisbon townhouse with plants all over it. Designed by Portuguese architects Luís Rebelo de Andrade, Tiago Rebelo de Andrade and Manuel Cachão Toja the 3 story house has a vertical garden with 25 different plants and a narrow pool that stretches along the whole length of the roof terrace.