Monthly Archives: June 2012

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday everyone. We put together a few image of beautiful interiors to make your weekend much better!

Free Burger Week!

If you need a break from Summer school head over to Bistro Burger for a free burger… Free Burger Week | Bistro Burger Monday through Friday, June 25-29, 2012 (10a-2p) Get a free burger, fries (or frings) and drink (up to $15) Bistro Burger (Sansome St.) | 343 Sansome St., San Francisco, CA

Elías Rizo Arquitectos

Mexico has always been know for its rich culture and beautiful architecture, we found Casa Almare by Elías Rizo Arquitectos, this contemporary home is located in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco , Mexico. The shape of the house in influenced by the geography of the surrounding space. You could only imagine the view of this house…

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Cocoon House on Jeju Island, South Korea

Check out this “futuristic”cocoon house inspired by the cocoon of living organisms the volcanic topography of Jeju Island in South Korea, pretty amazing isn’t it? Here are the renderings from the design firm  in charge of this fantastic project Planning Korea

IAD NeoCon Chicago Trip 2012

  NeoCon 2012- Chicago We had a wonderful  time. I was fortunate to meet up with AAU students from west coast and east. I hope all were able to take away as much as I did…A few pictures from Chicago and NeoCon 2012. AAU Students and Stephanie Smith-Haenel on the Chicago River Architecture Boat Tour: […]

Worlds Largest Pool

Since today is the official first day of Summer, we wanted to share with you all the worlds largest swimming pool…so big you can sail boats on it! The pool is located in Algarrobo, Chile at the San Alfonso del Mar resort, its approximately 3,323 feet in length and hold 66 million gallons of water. […]

Save the Date!

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Elevated Glass

How many above ground swimming pool have you seen out there? Andres Remy an architect based in Argentina has design this elevated glass swimming pool , the reason for this is because otherwise the pool would have gotten mostly shade from the fence surrounding the house.  


Remember Pixar’s movie UP? Well a group of scientists and engineers teamed up with National Geographic to recreate the 16’x 16′ floating house, more than 200 colored balloons help the house reach an altitude of about 10, 000 feet. How cool is this?