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Casa Rambla | By Land Architects

Casa Rambla is a spectacular weekend house designed by Chilean studio LAND Architects. Located on the seafront in Zapallar, a town close to Santiago, the idyllic seaside residence has an harmonious connection between indoor and outdoor spaces, making the most of the scenic location. The open space property features glazed walls on all sides so the living areas can be either completely enclosed or opened up to the elements.

Also in Chile, check out the amazing Casa Till




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KERET HOUSE | WORLDS THINNEST HOUSE | Image

KERET HOUSE | WORLDS THINNEST HOUSE

Keret House was designed by Jakub Szczesny of Warsaw-based studio Centrala, it is the world´s narrowest house! Measuring only 3.02 feet at its narrowest point and 4.99 feet at its widest point, the house is very compact but has everything that a house needs, a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and work desk. watch the video ...
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PARATY HOUSE BRASIL | BY MARCIO KOGAN | Image

PARATY HOUSE BRASIL | BY MARCIO KOGAN

Marcio Kogan, Brazilian architect known for his elegant, calm, minimalist designs. The Paraty House, pictured here, is located on one of the hundreds of islands near the colonial town of Paraty, close to Rio de Janeiro. Before it was completed, Kogan predicted that it was to be his favourite house. Its simple premise is two large drawers pushed into the hill and connected by an internal staircase....
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NASA Visions of the Future Posters

NASA is giving away its spectacular vintage-inspired space travel posters for free! Back in the 1930s and ´40s, during the height of the Great Depression, artists designed posters for the Works Projects Administration to encourage travel to national parks and other tourist sites in the United States. NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory is taking a similar approach to promote a future of travel to other planets, and has unveiled a set of retro-style posters advertising t...
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