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Cliff House Australia @RuarteContract #nature #design #arquitectura #paisajes

A house in Australia if you love the sea, limits, design and you´re not afraid of cliffs

This outstanding residence was designed by an architecture studio called Modscape in Victoria (Australia), a firm specialized in modular architecture. The 5-floor house is hanging of a stunning cliff and, as you may guess, its obvious name is “Cliff house”. It was built in concrete, steel and … Continue reading

Cultura bookstore Studio mk27@RuarteContract (Small)

The 14 most stunning buildings in 2015

Arch Daily, the prestigious architectural website, formulates since 2009 a ranking with the 14 buildings that stand for the best architecture of 2015 spread out all over the world. This selection reflects the opinion of 31.000 architects and architecture lovers, … Continue reading

Frank Gehry Guggenheim Museum Bilbao @ruartecontract

Frank Gehry: In architecture, decoration is a sin, expression is in materials

The Canadian architect, Pritzker Prize winner who surprises all of us when we are before his buildings, received this month the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts 2014 in Spain at 85 years old. I would say that Frank … Continue reading


Pascall & Watson: Expertise on design and delivery of complex architecture projects in Abu Dhabi

Let’s speak today about projects in the United Arab Emirates developed by Pascall & Watson, an architect firm with headquarters in London. Their philosophy lays down on the belief that a good design can make buildings attractive, efficient in their construction … Continue reading

Log home interiors

Back to roots, back to wood with log home interiors

We´ve just discovered the passion of Pioneer Log Homes for wood as building material and logs as leit motif. It´s true that not in every country you can easily get a wooden house, it´s obviously easier in Scandinavian countries than … Continue reading

Toyo Ito Tod´s building, Omotesando, Tokyo

And the Pritzker finally goes to… Fluidity and order, by Toyo Ito

Toyo Ito has finally been awarded with the Pritzker Architecture Prize. And we say “finally”, because after more than a decade being a firm candidate, the jury has definitely decided that at the age of 71 and after a whole … Continue reading