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Red Box: Concrete Elegance in China

Modern terracotta brick building with geometric design and shadows.

Immerse yourself in the architectural marvel of the Red Box, a house designed by Mix Architecture in Nanjing, China. This unique concrete, minimalist home stands out at the foot of the illustrious Red Mountain, enveloped by the serene Hongchuang Park. The Red Box pays homage to its historical and natural surroundings with its distinct red concrete construction, reflecting the area’s rich heritage and the vibrant hues of the landscape.

Casa Pirca: A Concrete Marvel in Buenos Aires’ Costa Esmeralda

Modern concrete house with large windows on a stone base.

Casa Pirca, designed by En Obra Arquitectos in 2023, exemplifies architectural elegance in Buenos Aires, Argentina’s Costa Esmeralda. This house, a blend of concrete innovation and local aesthetics, seamlessly integrates into the area’s unique forests and coastal dunes. Built on a challenging rectangular plot, the design smartly utilizes the natural slope with a multifunctional wall that delineates the property and forms part of the entrance, garage, and pool area.

House in Toguchi: A Serene Ocean-view Retreat in Kagoshima

Modern concrete house with geometric design and ocean view.

House In Toguchi in Kagoshima, Japan, is a stunning creation by Sakai Architects, nestled in the serene Amami Oshima Island. This two-story house, blending a family home with a hair salon, overlooks the Pacific Ocean, embodying peaceful living. Its eco-friendly design, featuring natural ventilation and strategic window placements, harmonizes with the surrounding landscape.

House In Toguchi represents sustainable, tranquil architecture at its finest.

Urubici Lodge: A Brazilian Hideaway by Luciano Lerner Basso

Modern forest cabin with large glass windows nestled among pine trees.

Step into Urubici Lodge, a minimalist retreat crafted by Luciano Lerner Basso in the serene highlands of Santa Catarina, Brazil. Designed in 2023, this concrete masterpiece is ideal for couples or as a unique Airbnb getaway. Surrounded by an endangered Araucaria forest, it blends harmoniously with nature, embodying the spirit of contemporary Brazilian architecture. Large glass panels invite the outside in, creating a seamless interaction with the natural landscape.

Urubici Lodge is more than just a retreat; it’s a haven of tranquility and a celebration of modernist design, offering a peaceful escape in southern Brazil’s stunning highlands.

House of Stone Screen: A Modern Haven in Kaohsiung

House of Stone Screen: A Modern Haven in Kaohsiung

Discover the House of Stone Screen in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, a modern masterpiece by Studio APL. This unique four-story house merges traditional East Asian screens with contemporary design, creating private and communal spaces bathed in natural light.

Embracing Feng Shui principles, the residence features a distinctive stone screen, enhancing the harmony between indoor and outdoor areas. Here, every room is a blend of serenity and modernity, offering a tranquil urban retreat.

Casa Mango: A Stone and Concrete Oasis in Historic Mérida

Casa Mango: A Stone and Concrete Oasis in Historic Mérida

Explore Casa Mango, a 2018 architectural jewel in Mérida, Mexico, designed by Marcos Torres Cocom. This house skillfully combines concrete and stone, reimagining a historic plot into a serene urban retreat. Its design prioritizes natural light and outdoor connections with large windows and a unique layout, while interior finishes and vibrant yellow metal accents beautifully showcase an art collection.

Casa Mango is a testament to innovative and elegant urban living.