Bedroom in a Beautiful Home in Aspen, Colorado
Holiday Cabana, a shipping container house (700 sq ft) in Maduru Oya, Sri Lanka, designed by Damith Premathilake Architecture | 📷 Logan MacDougall Pope
Transformation Forest House, Hengelo, The Netherlands by Bloot Architecture | The architects added a larch-clad roof extension to a 1950s summer house, featuring a glazed wall angled to frame views of the trees overhead | 📷 Jeroen Musch
Bold choice for sure, London
Modern bathroom in London, United Kingdom
Yacht stateroom owned by Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan of UAE
Cafebrería el Péndulo San Angel by Eduardo Aizenman
In the early 1990s, following his graduation from Rice University’s School of Architecture and a stint at Ricardo Bofill’s office in Barcelona, Eduardo Aizenman returned to Mexico City, which still had not recovered from the devastation of the 1985 earthquake. Wanting to create community, breathe new life into the city, and just have a place to hang out, Aizenman and his friends conceived a bookstore-café (or Cafebrería) in the historic Condesa neighborhood, which had been particularly hard hit. The move helped fuel a local renaissance and, over the years, the partners brought their Cafebrería El Péndulo concept to various precincts, with Aizenman designing unique bookstore- cafés for each location.