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This contemporary home in Lima, Peru with a sweeping grass driveway wraps around existing trees in its central courtyard.  Photo by Cristóbal Palma. Courtesy of Cristobal Palma.  This originally appeared in A Modern Concrete Home in Peru.

A Modern Concrete Home in PeruBehind a traditional colonial in Lima, an angular house attuned to its site takes shape. Photo by Cristóbal Palma. Photo by: Cristóbal PalmaCourtesy of: Cristobal Palma

Bogbain Mill, Loch Ussie - Rural Design Architects

Bogbain Mill, Loch Ussie by Rural Design

Gorgeous, right? Like an inky liquid eyeliner, black windows instantly transform a home from fresh faced school girl into hyper-cool Parisian ingenue. Black is the new black. The iron paned window is less a throwback to industrial chic and more a classic architectural convention that has never left the party. Here is some cold, hard evidence should you require convincing... - Anne Key Image Via Houzz

A project by Tom Kundig from Seattle-based studio Olson Kundig Architects, The Brain is a striking cinematic laboratory designed for a filmmaker. The cubic-foot building is made of glass and cast-in-place concrete, and features interior.

Cerise Residence by FMD Architects | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

The site for the Cerise Residence renovation proved to be the perfect subject for the distinctive hand of FMD Architects

The Ecomo Home. Location: Franschhoek, South Africa; architect: Pietro Russo – Ecomo; client: Acacia; photographs: Pietro Russo; year: 2010

The Ecomo Home / Pietro Russo

Built by Pietro Russo in Franschhoek, South Africa The ecomo home is a compact home designed for modern, simple living in collaboration with nature. The design is based.

Amazaing Architecture

A Contemporary Extension to a Victorian Home by Robert Dye, London, UK. - I would love to live in America but if i happen to continue to live in London, this would be cool.

lee+mundwiler architects - L House

Yumi (left) and Maya (right) cheese around on the steps leading into the front door. Inside, there is ample space for removing and leaving one's shoes, another Japanese element. Photo by Jessica Haye and Clark Hsiao.