Rachel Raymond Building
With a design covered by many large mirrors, this building hides in space and easily deceives your eyes. It is known that this was originally a gift Renowned designer Eleanor Raymond Specially designed for girls. However, it was demolished in 2006. Then, under the creative mind of Portuguese designer Pedro Joel Costa remodeled the house and gave it large layers of glass, creating an illusion. for viewers. The building seems to blend into the vast and peaceful space of Massachusetts.
Raymond became increasingly known for her home designs that take cues from early American architecture, as well as her restoration and repair work, adapting modern approaches to reuse. use. Raymond always works in the “three areas” of a house – exterior, interior, landscape – and insists that architects should always know how the client will use the house. Much of her work is commissioned by the women in her social groups in Boston and Cambridge. The author of a monograph on her life praises her work for “refined simplicity that does not succumb to architectural showmanism”.
The Pinnacle Building, USA
The Pinnacle Building in Nashville, USA Home to many offices and retail stores, emerging in the heart of the city not only because of its outstanding height, this symmetrically designed tower can hide in the clear blue sky on summer days and stand out from the crowd. pops like a beautiful muse in the city space at night. In the evening when the light of the sunset falls, when everything begins to prepare to fade into darkness, this building still reflects the golden color of the light at the end of the horizon.
To do this, it must have a design from a lot of surrounding glass pieces. It is known that this is also the project that has won the LEED gold certification for energy efficiency when it has created an environmentally friendly garden roof. Designed by award-winning architect David Hotson, The pinnacle certainly the most unique house in the world, partly because of its unusual shape. The home was originally valued at $110 million, however, real estate developer Ken Horn later lowered the price to $79 million.
Reading Between The Lines Church, Belgium
You will be surprised with the very unique architecture of this church. Church of Reading Between The Lines Made entirely of thin sheets of steel. Especially these steel plates are always spaced to create space. When viewed from the horizontal, the building is almost invisible. If you stand in front of the building, your friend can see you from the back of this church. It is also the point that should give meaning to the special name of the church with the content “understanding the unspoken implications”. In 2012, Reading Between The Lines church was voted the best architectural work of the year by Archdaily Architecture Magazine.
Church of Reading Between The Lines 10m high, including 100 layers and 2000 steel columns. Depending on the viewer’s perspective, the church can be a large building, or melt – in whole or in part – into the surrounding landscape. In addition, when looking at the view from inside this building, viewers will enjoy a country painting with abstract lines. Just like us. Sometimes, we think that we have understood everything, but if we look at it from a different angle, it is clear that our thinking is not really true anymore. At first glance, the Church of Reading Between the Lines is very ordinary, nothing outstanding. But when viewed from some special positions, you will hardly believe your eyes.
Juniper House, Sweden
juniper is a genus of plants in the Bach family. Depending on taxonomic point of view, there are between 50 and 67 species of juniper, widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere, from the Arctic, southern tropical Africa, and the mountains of Central America. In the world, there are many interesting things built, formed from hills and forests. And in Sweden they built a juniper house very nicely.
Designed by Hans Murman and Ulla Alberts, two Swedish architects, this is a house that easily fools the eye. If you are looking at this house through the image below, do not rush to assume that its appearance is due to the glass mirror effect, This building wears the color of nature, of the juniper forest. It’s green because it’s covered by four large pictures. Those are pictures of the cypress forest printed on a fabric background, when looking at it, you will have the feeling that the house is immersed in the space of nature and trees.
Lookout Rest Station, Scotland
Lookout Building With an area that is only enough for these 3 people, it gives people the most comfortable and relaxing feelings. Designed by two architecture students, Angus Ritchie and Daniel Tyler. Located on the land of the Loch Lomond countryside and the Trossachs National Park, this building has four sides of glass, reflecting the charming, green landscape of trees, mountains and hills. Visitors who stop here can still admire the surrounding space through those glass mirrors.
In front is a large lake, surrounded by lush green, all will not only be captured in the eyes of visitors when stopping here, but from afar, you can also feel that space through reflections on the glass panels of this building. Lookout Station Stop designed and built by two architecture students Angus Ritchie and Daniel Tyler. With just enough seating for 2 people, Lookout is located in the countryside of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, where guests can rest and enjoy the breathtaking surroundings.
The Pinnacle Hotel in Nashville, Sweden
Hotel is a solid architectural work, with many floors, many bedrooms, equipped with specialized equipment, facilities and furniture for the purpose of trading in accommodation services, catering and complementary services. other supplement. Depending on the content and users, the hotel is classified as temporary accommodation, tourism, resort, conference… According to the level of service facilities, the hotel is classified according to the number of stars from 1 to 5 stars. . The hotel is a popular accommodation business in the world, ensuring the quality and amenities necessary for the accommodation business, meeting a number of requirements for rest, dining, entertainment and other facilities. other services during the guest’s stay at the hotel, in accordance with the motive and purpose of the trip. A hotel is understood as a type of business established and registered in accordance with the law for the purpose of making a profit.
There are very unique hotels in the world, looking at them you will be surprised, you cannot be indifferent to a house with a very unique design in Nashville, Sweden. The Pinnacle Hotel. At first glance, you will feel that the building is almost invisible in space. It is designed on all sides by large glass panels, located in the middle of a green pine forest. This is probably the dream stop of many people who love to travel. Another interesting thing is that this building is located right on a tree trunk, when you come here, you can really feel the harmony between this glass box house with the surrounding nature.
“Warehouse” Invisible Barn, USA
This is actually a model The house is made entirely of wood and completely covered with large mirrors. Surely your eyes will also be deceived when admiring this unique work. Located entirely within the grounds of Long Island Sculpture Park, visitors must observe carefully to be able to spot this model. Surrounding the house is covered with fiberglass, the steel facade and gable are made from interlocking polycarbonate. With a budget of just £20.000, Invisible studio designed the house to be resettled with materials sourced from construction waste and locally grown timber.
The house has a flexible structure that can be easily adjusted to suit the different needs of the homeowner. The frame of the house is built from plywood plywood. The handrail of the stairs and is made from recycled ropes from an earlier project, the “studio in the woods” project. The architects used 125 × 50 mm recycled wood – pressed into the required structural sections – which saved construction costs. Invisible studio previously applied this technique in the design of “Ghost Barn”.
Lucid Stead Shack, USA
Located in the heart of the campus Joshua Tree National Park, CaliforniaThe shacks of this place put on a very unique new color. The houses on the sandy ground seem to be divided into different small parts, causing the illusion of separation for the opposite person. To do this, these shacks are covered with mirror pieces, inside there are LED lights and electronic systems that create effects and illusions for the opposite person. The surrounding scenery refracts into the glass creating amazing effects and illusions.
Lucid Stead is a unique architectural work of artist Phillip K. Smith III in the desert Joshua Tree, California (USA). The project uses reflective mirrors and LED lights to create unexpected fancy effects. The work was built on an old shack that has been around for 70 years. Architects use mirrors interspersed with wooden slats on the wall. The front reflection and the back view of the desert blend with the viewer to feel like the wooden slats are floating in the air.
The Desert House Building, USA
As cultures, traditions, religions and social trends continue to evolve, architecture is no exception. From stone houses to today’s modern skyscrapers, architecture has been providing society with a safe haven and, in recent times, is no longer limited to meeting the needs of society. necessary. With an increasing focus on aesthetics, architecture is seen as an artistic device, providing a creative environment to express individualism, while satisfying the functional needs of each city through through the combination of modern technologies.
Lying in the desert of sun and wind, The Desert House building of the US has a roof design with many overlapping layers, from a distance it looks like a giant tatu is located in the middle of the desert. The building appears in the wild space, dust and rocks and dry grass in the desert, the afternoon sunlight makes the scene evoke indescribable emotions in people’s hearts. The purpose of these roof layers is to avoid high winds and hot desert temperatures.
Glass Farm Office, Netherlands
On January 17, 1, the project Glass Farm in Schijndel, Netherlands designed by architecture office MVRDV has completed and opened. Although not too large in scale, it is considered a passionate project of MVRDV. In 1944, the small town of Schijndel, home of Maas – the co-founder of MVRDV, was destroyed by bombs and left a large gap in the center of the town. Since 1980, when Maas was only 20 years old, he called on the city mayor to rebuild this farm to erase the pain of that loss and this project became Maas’s dream project.
Located in the middle of the campus containing many ancient relics, offices Glass Farm do not disturb the wildness of the space here. In return, it gives viewers interesting and exciting emotions. The entire house is covered by a layer of transparent glass, inside are dark brown tiled walls. It is known that Dutch engineers have designed this building in the direction of an old farm, without losing the mossy ancient features of the old town here. However, with the design covered by glass, the office named Glass Farm still brings a little fresh feeling to visitors.