minimaSutra

a collection of minimalism with soul
I like the concept of encouraging moss, I just hope there’s a secondary wall there…

enochliew:

Stine-Gybels House by Pierre Hebbelinck

The rough brick is in stark contrast to the smooth aluminium frames and glazing, and is intended to attract moss growth.

(Source: pierrehebbelinck.net)

enochliew:

Crystal Rock Lights by Arik Levy

Fabrication combines ‘artistic glass making and advanced gluing techniques.’ Created for Lasvit.

(Source: mocoloco.com)

architizer:

Starlight by Cooper Joseph Studio

"The museum presented a problem that their entry lobby lacked a core experience reflective of their contemporary mission. This site-specific light sculpture was our solution, marking a new era and igniting the majestic circular stair at the heart of the museum’s historic interior. Now, visitors congregate on the seating underneath the sculpture, and are drawn up the stairs into the spaces above while watching the dynamic moiré pattern of lights unfold.

futureliar:

Fancy bench in NW Portland

(via thisbigcity)

enochliew:

Casa Puglia by Peter Pichler

A conversion of an existing old house from the 14th century.

(Source: peterpichler.eu)

enochliew:

Taft Residence by Skylab Architecture

HOMB modular design system, based on a series of equilateral triangles that guide the structural elements. Prefabbed and assembled on site in the span of a couple of hours.

Knew of this house, but didn’t know it was in my neighborhood until I made a detour last week. What a coincidence!

(Source: skylabarchitecture.com)

Museo Jumex | Mexico City
David-Chipperfield

Museo Jumex | Mexico City

David-Chipperfield

architizer:

Archery Hall and Boxing Club by FT Architects, Tokyo

Beautiful form follows romantic function

architizer:

Archery Hall and Boxing Club by FT Architects, Tokyo

Beautiful form follows romantic function