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this ‘folly’ desert retreat is designed for the contemporary traveler looking to live off the grid


the mojave desert retreat respectfully exploits its site while offering visitors the chance to reconnect with the natural environment.

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naturalbuild’s lostvilla boutique hotel sits beneath the peak of china’s moganshan mountain


the lostvilla hotel, nestled in the mountains of china, was designed to recall a place one could merely find in myth.

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the undulating ‘soft matter’ pavilion takes inspiration from its site’s unnatural geology


the design prioritizes both precise calculations as well as the perception of its ambiguous materiality.

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mini gardens on the move: japanese landscapers transform truck beds into bucolic worlds


radical expressions include light features, and even water elements such as aquariums and waterfall cascades.

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misha japanwala’s intimate sculptural garments expose the role of women in pakistan


the collection took inspiration from honor killings and domestic violence amongst underprivileged women in pakistan.

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zaha hadid architects celebrates the high line with the H-line hat


the design of the sinuous H-line hat echos the fluidity of ZHA's latest project along new york's high line.

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dustin yellin offers a vision of space exploration suspended in glass


the piece recalls memories of humanity’s past while offering an unassured sense of anticipation toward its future.

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