For those of you that don’t know Dutch artist M.C. Escher’s work, it would still be apparent that the inspirational Metamorphosis III comes from the unique detailing on the façade of this Hayne Wadley Architecture home located in Waratah Bay, Victoria, Australia.
Located in Las Rozas, a township of Madrid, Spain is a two-storey house called Hidden Pavilion. Designed by Penelas Architects and built with red steel and glass, the home offers both spectacular views and shelter from a lush forest.
Cabin Knapphillet is a tiny holiday home located on the south-east coast of Sandefjord, Norway. Designed by Lund Hagem, the 30sqm Seaside Cabin is positioned next to a large rock face to shelter both the home’s interior and he seaside viewing deck atop the concrete roof that has been designed with a stepped gable for easy access.
Located on the edge of the Ashokan reservoir, just below the Catskill mountain summit in Ulster County, New York, the large expanses of windows on all four sides of Shokan House allows the industrial style architecture to blend into the surrounding landscape. The glazings also allow the expansive vistas to fill the interior zones, creating a fascinating foil for the 6,000sqft Jay Bargmann designed house.