Category: House designs


Project of the day- The Mapeera House.

Mapeera House General information Type Commercial Location Kampala Road Kampala, Uganda Construction started October 2007 Completed Opened 10 June 2012 Technical details Floor count 19 Design and construction Architect Ssentoogo & Partners   Commissioned on the 10th June 2012 by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, The Mapeera House which is named after father Mapeera “Siméon Lourdel  […]


23 Beds Layered with Soft Blankets and Throws

You know you’ve mastered the art of layering your bed linens when your alarm goes off and you can’t bring yourself to emerge from your cocoon of blankets. And the coziness factor isn’t the only reason to invest in a good throw or two. Take a look at the pages of Architectural Digest and you’ll […]


9 of the Most Spectacular Hotel Residences on the Planet

Photo: Hermano Romanca / Courtesy of Aman The appeal of a hotel residence is singular—turn-key luxury managed by the most trusted names in hospitality. It’s no wonder then that top hotel brands continue to include homes in their ambitious projects, and that the global jet-set keeps on buying. A particularly exciting addition to the space […]

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Project of the day – The smile

The Smile London, United Kingdom FIRM Alison Brooks Architects Ltd TYPE Commercial › Pop-Up Cultural › Pavilion STATUS Built YEAR 2016 SIZE 1000 sqft – 3000 sqft Alison Brooks Architects, Dav Stewart, Paul Riddle ‘The Smile’ was a hugely successful Landmark Project for the 2016 London Design Festival. Located in the Chelsea College of Art […]


Worship temple that is innovative, fresh and draws a post apocalyptic intrigue

A luminous worship space designed and built with the creative use of computer modeling, measuring, and fabrication software, and custom glass, has won the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) Innovation in Architecture Award for 2017, deigned byHariri Pontarini Architects of Toronto. After fourteen-year of construction period, Hariri Pontarini Architects’ super dome was completed in 2016. […]


A San Francisco Startup 3-D Printed a Whole House in 24 Hours

San Francisco-based startup Apis Cor built a whole house in a Russian town within 24 hours. It didn’t repair an existing home or use prefabricated parts to make that happen — the secret lies in 3-D printing. The company used a mobile 3-D printer to print out the house’s concrete walls, partitions and building envelope. Workers had to manually […]

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