Category: Architecture

Phoebe James

Welcome to the world of transparent houses. In today’s world, privacy is something we are all aware of. Be it online safety or home security, most people like the comfort of being able to keep some things private from the outside world. But imagine if you lived in a house made of glass. While installing […]

Marija Georgievska

The Flintstones House. There is a marvellous piece of architecture located in the north of Portugal, in the Parish of Várzea Cova, municipality of Fafe, that goes by the name of Casa do Penedo. It’s name translates as House of the Rock in English. This unusual house stands atop a hill and it blends perfectly […]

Marija Georgievska

Shakespeare’s Birthplace is renowned to be a remarkable Tudor half-timbered mansion located in a traditional market town in Warwickshire, England. Situated on Henley Street, this was the place where the most famous playwright of the English language, William Shakespeare, spent his childhood and also lived for five years as an adult after his marriage to […]

Katerina Bulovska

Of all the green spaces in Barcelona, Park Guel is probably the most famous. But one historic park in the northern part of city patiently waits for its glory to be recognized worldwide. Colorful flower beds and fountains in combination with statues of Greek gods and goddesses and intricate passageways form the oldest park in the […]

Katerina Bulovska

The most famous fountain, not only in Rome but probably in the world, is Fontana di Trevi. The design of the fountain is work of the Italian architect Nicola Salvi. Since ancient times, the Romans have built both public and courtyard fountains. Their ancient fountains were of simple design and had a functional purpose. However, over time […]

Petra Bjelica

The Dendera Temple complex is devoted to the goddess Hathor and located 60 miles south of Luxor, Egypt. Not only it is one of the best-preserved temples of its period, it is also the most elaborately decorated and the grandest. Until lately it has been one of the most accessible temples to visit and fully […]

Milica Sterjova

Strange-looking experimental homes called Xanadu Houses began to be built in the United States in 1979. They were an attempt at making energy-efficient and affordable dwellings and would also be an example for some of the earliest automation in the home. The Xanadu were constructed by Bob Masters who had previously designed inflatable balloons used […]

Petra Bjelica

Ricardo Bofill’s reconstructed Cement Factory is a poetic place that challenges conventional concepts of housing. It is a remarkable building for at least two reasons; it is both a masterful architectural solution for transforming an old cement factory into a beautiful residence, and an inspiring work studio. As Bofill himself highlights, his factory is a place […]