Students at the U's architecture school, have built a performance stage from a collection of orange poles underneath the Brickell MetroRail station. The temporary installation was designed by a group of students from UM, and hosted a variety of free outdoor performances such as music, poetry, and comedy.
Okay, so this isn't a home- I initially thought it was, but I can imagine this building being put into a home design. This is the stables for polo star Nacho Figueras on the flatlands of La Pampa near General Rodríguez, a city within the capital of Argentina. The project is built mainly of concrete and hardwoods, chosen for beauty and low maintenance. What I find most intriguing is the way the roof melds in to the landscape. The roof is sloped and merges into the landscape, making it easy for the horses to roam between the roof and the ground floor.
Stine Mikkelsen, a Danish Textile Designer created a collection of impressive furniture pieces. Mikkelsen used a crushed granite, melted tin and torched rope to create this collection. These pieces are based on objects found in her hometown of Marstal, located in Denmark's Baltic Sea islands.
"House for Trees" a project created by, Vo Trong Nghia aims to return green space into Ho Chi Minh City. This property was designed for a Vietnamese family with three generations, aiming to create both a residential and communal space. Nghia's studio designed this residence for those that wishes to feel connected with their home as well as enjoy a bit of privacy.