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Nothing is impossible when it comes to architecture

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September 9th, 2016
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Have you ever dreamed about building something extraordinary, something that cannot be copied, something that will subconsciously display your name as soon as anyone looks at it? If you’re into architecture and dream big, you may consider building a house one day. But it won’t be just a house, it will be your vision.


The following images show how Architecture really is pushing the boundaries on home living. The below homes have all been built in the last few years and expose us to all the possibilities: when space, materials, setting, and environment are used in novel and interesting ways, life can be completely different!







This is a very interesting vision and it includes natural elements: large expanses of water, combined with simple lines to use the space and nothingness in the design; this spectacular house is located in Monterrey, Mexico and has been designed by a Japanese architect, Tadao Ando.







The white, ultra-modern, and almost space-age looking house is organized around vertical circulation located at its core is an inhabitable climbing frame and is not suitable for anyone shy or retiring. It reflects owner’s behavior in mind; is intriguing and space captivating. This beauty belongs to Sou Fujimoto and is located in Tokyo, Japan.





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