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A Gorgeous Real World Hobbit House In Scotland

Reddit user KahlumG shared photos of this amazing hobbit-style home located outside of Tomach village in Scotland – this incredible residence is the result of tireless effort by a husband and wife team who salvage, craft, sew, and carve to create their own magical mind-bending wonderland from the objects they can find in the wilderness around them. While the verdant exterior of the home is certainly breathtaking on its own, the rustic interior is filled to the rafters with even more one-of-a-kind delights to explore and enjoy. Would you ever adopt a magical retreat like this one to be your full-time residence?

The exterior of the main building is constructed almost entirely of concrete, allowing a variety of gorgeous vines and mosses to take root all over. Concrete’s ability to weather quickly will lend the home even more character and charisma as the years go by.

Most of the woodwork is salvaged and hand-carved by the owner, including this whimsical front door. Other features are repurposed from existing objects, like the adorable barrel succulent planters on either side.

Parts of the home protrude from the main volume and feature traditional sod roofing. Not only is the sod beautiful, but it’s an effective natural insulator.

The exterior blends garden and patio. Flat paving stones enjoy their own touch of mossy green.

Here’s a look at the nearby greenhouse. It’s equipped with its own lovely little pond, complete with its own water wheel and tiny arched bridge.

Artwork hides in the most unexpected places – a face peers out from the end of the roof purlin.

Bold iron details lend the entryway an intriguing medieval appeal. The round door leads to a small mud room with a more practical interior door on the other side.

As the stylistic influence would imply, the home itself does face a bit of vertical restriction – it might not make a comfortable residence for the tallest of people, but it would still be fun to visit and explore!

The interior is unbelievably cozy, filled with distinctive patters and textures and furnished with amazing hand-crafted works of art like the coffee table and small stool made from whole slabs of tree trunks.

A long curved sofa leaves plenty of space for small collectibles and knickknacks on the remaining surface near the wall.

Many of the wood decorations would make interesting DIY projects. The picture frames made from knotted wood slices would be fun to make with some woodworking know-how.

The open plan layout helps to mitigate the effects of living within such a small floor plan. The living room opens up into a cozy kitchen equipped with a traditional masonry heater and cook stove.

Even the sinks have their own sense of charm! Can you imagine tidying up after dinner to a view like this?

Despite its limited size, the kitchen still maintains plenty of space for storage and to display a variety of interesting serving ware.

A stunning curved staircase leads to the bedrooms, office, and other private areas upstairs.

No part of this home is ordinary. Even the bathroom design goes above and beyond to feel like a secret retreat in the forest.

The bedroom isn’t short on warmth and comfort. It’s not short on storage, either – plenty of built-in cabinets line the walls to make organization a little easier.

All of the quilts are handmade, a true labor of love.

The upstairs also features a small office. The desk is made from a recovered tree trunk with the worktop carefully carved from a branch.

Unbelievable pieces like these fill the home, sturdy enough to remain heirlooms for generations to come.

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3 Modern Apartments with Chic Rooms for the Kids

When a stylish couple wants to settle down and start a family, it can be a challenge to marry the design ideas of the adults with the needs of a child. In the three apartments featured in this post, designers have found a way to do just that. A playful kid’s room need not fall victim to a deluge of toys. Rather, choosing the simplify and keep things organized while incorporating playful, colorful, and interactive elements will make a space that is fun for the children and still attractive to the adults. Take a look at the three apartments below to get ideas for your own family space.

Visualizer: Espace Team  

An open living room with clean lines doesn’t need a ton of space to feel big.

Indoor plants always brighten up a space that is otherwise largely neutral

When the living area flows into the dining room, everything feels bigger and it is easy to entertain.

Natural wood features give an otherwise modern space a bit of a rustic feeling.

Incorporating a child’s bedroom does not have to mean sacrificing design, as seen here.

The cozy sleeping area easily accommodates sleepovers with its sectional design.

Opposite the sleeping cubby is a drawing wall, inspiring creativity in anyone who comes into the room, as well as a unique table lamp that adds a pop of color.

For the parents’ room, the theme bends towards tropical.

A leafy accent wall provides the perfect backdrop for an Eames House Bird replica.

The wood beam ceiling is another natural, yet modern, element.

Designer: Nataly Solovey  

This next home also features the spacious flow of an open floor plan.

An overstuffed sectional sofa in the living room is positively inviting for parents, children, and guests alike.

Using custom shelving to create a divider wall is creative and practical.

The design here goes to show you don’t need a mansion to have a cute (and useful) kitchen island.

Even a smaller home can have room for a home office if things are arranged right.

Nothing makes an otherwise empty corner inviting quite like a comfortable reading chair.

Dining pendant lights help to define the dining space within the kitchen area.

Vibrant green chairs at an
extendable dining table add life to the neutral color scheme in the dining room.

Moving into the little girl’s room we get pretty pops of pastel pink.

A pint sized teepee is a perfect hideout for kids of all ages.

Despite the color scheme, this room doesn’t get too girly.

Many bedtime stories are sure to be read on this beautiful plush pink sofa.

And every little girl should be encouraged to dream.

Of course, dreams won’t get you too far if you don’t have place to study.

The purple from the little girl’s room carries over into the accent throw in the master bedroom.

Gray and purple make perfect bedfellows. The unique bedroom pendants that dangle overhead are the Secto Pendants by Seppo.

A simple platform bed keeps the room looking sleek.

Smaller spaces call for an absolutely organized closet.

Tiled bathroom walls give a warm, unified feeling.

The neutral colors throughout the bathroom make it feel comfortable and zen, which is exactly what you want.

You can see in the floorplan just how well the space is utilized in this design.

Architect: O.M. Shumelda  
Designer: O.M. Shumelda  

In this final apartment for a small family in Lviv, a large dog sketch takes center stage in the living room.

The yellow sofa and striped rug give the design a chic feel while custom wall storage adds practicality.

Lucite dining chairs are highly modern and make the space that much more open.

A white and wood kitchen is perfect this the amount of sunlight streaming in.

The kids’ room here features a unique double desk for twice the homework.

Sleek wood floors are stylish while also easy to clean.

A unique bed from and kids night light bring a sense of childhood wonder into the space.

The parents’ room has its own sense of playful that many white bedrooms might not accomplish.

Track lighting is modern and creative in this bedroom setting.

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5 Studio Apartments that Use Space Splendidly

Living in a studio apartment is perhaps no one’s dream. But for the urban professional or studio, it may be nearly impossible to find a place that is both affordable and spacious. Luckily, the right design team can turn even the most cramped-seeming studio apartments into comfortable and even stylish homes. The five apartments featured in this post have only one room, and still manage to include space for sleeping, eating, cooking, and even entertaining. With a little bit of creativity and the right furniture, it is possible to live comfortably in a studio.

Visualizer: Top Lab Interiors  

A studio apartment can feel incredibly spacious with the right furnishings and layout.

By putting a small dining table in the kitchen, it is even possible to comfortably entertain.

Light, neutral colors as well as a few decorative vases help to keep the space feeling open.

Creative storage solutions, such as a vertical bicycle, are an absolute necessity.

Smooth surfaces on the walls and floor as well as recessed lighting gives just a little bit more room.

This little office nook gets enough natural light that it doesn’t feel claustrophobic.

Keeping decor minimal with custom neon art is another way to keep the space from feel cluttered and small.

Everyone will love how they look in this ring light mirror.

You can see how many distinct areas are made out of a relatively small space.

Visualizer: Arch Ants Studio  

This little loft in Kiev, Ukraine is just 45 square meters.

An exposed brick wall is always a nice industrial touch for a studio.

Shades of gray throughout the apartment keep the design feeling sturdy and a bit serious.

The industrial style home decor is visible in a few ways here, including the Edison bulb lighting and the vault detail on the door.

The cozy gray sofa opens up for lounging and even sleep.

The cool pendant lights in the dining area are standout decor features.

Another cool lighting feature in the bathroom hangs overhead.

Even without a built in soap dispenser, the bathroom is incredibly sleek.

Visualizer: Polygons  

The third apartment in Lyiv measures just 29 square meters.

Despite its small size, the apartment houses a living area, kitchen, work space, and bedroom.

A ladder leads up to a lofted storage space while elegant wine glasses indicate plenty of room for visitors.

The work area is surprisingly spacious.

Wood kitchen bar stools take the place of a formal dining area.

A glass shower stall with built in shelving is the ideal solution for a small bathroom.

A black tile backsplash gives the bathroom a modern edge.

The design clearly uses every inch of space in a practical and creative way.

Even a small balcony is accounted for in the plan.

Visualizer: BEZMIR NO  

More deep colors in the fourth studio give it a heavy, masculine feel.

Small concrete planters on the coffee table lend a splash of vibrant color.

A mounted television is a must in a small space.

Sliding glass doors offer separation without closing things off too much.

The bedroom, too, is gray but in lighter, cozier shades.

Bedroom pendants offer a clutter-free lighting solution.

Soft gray curtains are perfect for a bedroom to dampen sound from concrete walls.

Another mounted television and a few more indoor plants are a breath of fresh air.

A cool gray bathroom completes this studio tour.

A few views of the layout of the apartment.

Each square meter is used carefully.

Architect: Demirce Architects  
Visualizer: Anna Fedyukina  

The final studio is a student apartment concept for a hotel in Turkey.

Bright colors and natural materials give this studio a hip and inviting feel.

Carrying the color scheme through to the bathroom makes it all feel unified and therefore bigger than it is.

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50 Stunning Modern Home Exterior Designs That Have Awesome Facades

Design blogs are filled with countless ideas for interiors. What about ideas for your exterior? How are you planning to envelop your home? Where will your main view look out to, your patio be awash with the smell of, and what will you drive up to at the end of each day? These fifty home exteriors show what it means to have a modern-looking façade. Using combinations of timber, plaster, bamboo, glass and concrete, they shoot up straight in large vertical panels, slither into long horizontal levels, and criss-cross with the forest and palm trees in a myriad of natural settings. Pick your favourite from our top fifty exteriors for yourself.

Visualizer: 3DVue  

Combine varnished timber, plaster and mushroom tones into one snazzy exterior design. This street side home finishes off its frontage with a row of manicured garden hedges.

Visualizer: Archi CGI  

Integrate greenery into your home. This white brick creation lets in the light through a series of brick inlets, while a creeping fern drapes over the living area and garage.

Visualizer: Constantine Rybkin  

Modern homes don’t have to be in the city. Set in a stunning forest glade, white cherry blossoms and weeping willow trees create softness, while a black-painted column holds a room with a view.

Visualizer: Yura Savitskyi   

We’ve all dreamed of a modern log cabin from time to time. This paned wooden exterior runs its grooves smooth on the roof and perpendicular in its body, as it opens up its windows to a forest of pine.

Visualizer: Phil Ryan  

Sexy and sophisticated, this array of disjointed levels knows how to glow when the sun begins to set. A tall column of beige brick meets slatted wood panels in a plaster frame, letting light into common areas and giving privacy in areas where we like to hide.

Visualizer: Artem Trigubchak  

Sculpt your exterior garden with a few placed rocks. This modern building, resplendent with a tall concrete column, slatted wall of blinds and vertical glass panes matches its grey to a rock entrance and stairway.

Visualizer: Studio Aiko  

Use your pool to mimic the shape of your exterior. This long-line horizontal abode protects from the elements with glass and metal coverings, while a luxurious strip of blue runs its length.

Visualizer: Marcin Mierzyński  

Mix corrugated steel, plaster and concrete for the perfect blend of modern and homely. This two-storey residence on a flat plot of land lets in the sun with skylights up to the stars.

Visualizer: Yuliya Rastorguyeva  

Using a different material in one area can highlight a space. Enfolded in steel, concrete and glass, this stunning horizontal wooden panel marks a clear path to the front door.

Visualizer: Fedorova  

A beautiful balcony heightens your enjoyment of the outdoors. Large, open-framed windows make the most of this rural setting, while glass railings allow a comfy seat in an outdoor pod.

Visualizer: Maciej Duda   

Outdoor lookouts don’t have to be high. This white plaster dream seats a small party in a wooden enclave, providing the perfect view to watch trimmed hedges, birds and bees pass by.

Visualizer: Marcin Mierzyński   

Three interlocking levels show versatility of colour in this two-storey mansion. Featuring large panes of glass and even wider viewing platforms, its open-plan form creates a rural oasis.

Visualizer: Phan Anh  

Let the city in, or keep the city out. This innovative apartment open shutters at the main gate and central window façade, making them solid again to protect from noise and fumes.

Visualizer: Nmachine  

Tropical exteriors can work in urban districts. This two-level home uses a bevy of bamboo shutters, wooden pool decking, wild tussocks and palm trees to achieve the look.

Visualizer: Studio Aiko  

A great design for a home or office, this building offers an industrial twist on the home above. Instead of bamboo shutters, metal grating offers a glimpse of the outdoors between hanging fairy lights. Instead of palm trees, oak-lined boulevards make the space green.

Visualizer: Maciej Duda  

Surprise guests with an unconventional garden. Planting hordes of pussywillow afront decorated grey brick, a wooden corridor lit by hanging pendants draws the eye in.

Visualizer: Ink Pixel  

Zip away in your jet boat from the moment you wake. This contemporary abode uses concrete, slatted wood and glass to create a cascade of layers that stretch over a lake.

Visualizer: Yuriy Bochkaryov  

Key elements of your exterior need not be standard. This house turns a traditional cathedral roof on its head, by slanting it diagonally across a concrete and wooden base.

Visualizer: Blackbell  

Grey and stone add a feeling of serenity to urban surroundings. Walk down the sanded wooden steps to a comfortable seating area nestled between the trees.

Photographer: Tinnaphop Chawatin  

Make the most of a view by building exterior protrusions. These five balconies offer a well-lit, design-cushioned view. Blue forget-me-nots offer a simple surprise on the way in.

Architect: Abramson Teiger Architects  

Succulents and shrubs offer an easy-to-maintain garden alternative. This brick and wooden home can enjoy their greenery on the ground floor, or look over them on a black iron balcony.

Visualizer: Ark Viz  

Nature and technology merge in this beautiful autumn setting. Forming a series of blocks joined by a concrete-clad passage, a large glass lounge opens up the indoor-outdoor flow.

Visualizer: Mo Design Studio  

Rooftop gardens bring nature to man-made constructions. This residence makes its stone layers shine with an array of palm trees, hanging flowers and vines dangling atop.

Architect: Architecture Paradigm  

Worried your white exterior looks a little too stark? Spice it up with double-roof layering, unconventional angles and a bunch of greenery growing from its edges.

Visualizer: Shuvajyoti Misra  

Belonging more to an art museum than a residential street, this towering masterpiece strikes a chord with a perforated yellow façade. Rows of rose hedges and an upper balcony offer differing views.

Visualizer: Marcin Mierzyński   

Make your house the brightest on the street – and not just for Christmas. LED line lighting tracks the ceilings, walls and pot plants of this seriously innovative two-storey.

Visualizer: Zrobym Architects  

Think black and white won’t sit well together? Think again in this Jenga-style structure that holds a black box on the top, and a white one underneath. Paths of pebbles draw the guest in.

Visualizer: Zrobym Architects  

Match the shape of your garden to the shape of your exterior. Be there or be square, in this steel and wooden structure framed by box hedges and even a street number in a cube.

Visualizer: Osama Abdallah   

Two looks can mesh together with the help of materials. Miami-esque plaster and glass joins with rustic stone and industrial concrete to produce the most unusual house on the street.

Architect: Jobim Carlevaro Arquitetos  

A sloped site can work to your advantage. Wide window panels with warm wooden sides let a great view rest in an urban location.

Visualizer: Baust Architects  

Climb over four roofs in your quest for great entertaining. A stone and wooden gate opens up to platforms paved in pebbles and lined with succulents.

Visualizer: Ibrahem Magdy   

Have one feature you’d like to stand out? This large home favours the entrance and dining room, in L-shapes of heavy grey stone.

Visualizer: Ibrahem Magdy  

Dare to be different in the way you let in light. This modern Islamic-style exterior makes darker rooms lighter, while shedding traditional mosaic light patterns on the carpet inside.

Visualizer: Ibrahem Magdy  

Centralise light in the middle of your home. This exterior cradles large sheets of glass in columns of brick, while offering two balconies for sunset views.

Visualizer: Vogue Architects  

Design your home or office block with flow in mind. Two thick-set horizontal levels are met by a concrete panelled entrance, maximising movement across each level. Large glass panels let the outside in.

Visualizer: Luisö Ramos  

Have some designer cars you’d like to show off? This residential home combines concrete and plaster columns with a wooden garage fronting the road.

Visualizer: Ioan Ralea-Toma & Vlad Andrei Popa  

How do you make your apartment stand out from the rest? Use columned windows to draw them in, lead the way with chrome ball sculptures, and glow light through perforated window shades that light up at night.

Visualizer: Ioan Ralea-Toma & Vlad Andrei Popa  

Another innovative apartment block, this concrete, plaster and wooden find uses its outside lights to full effect. As a plethora of moving slabs pave your way in, light deflects off a large vertical façade, entrance, and lush ferns in the garden.

Visualizer: Ngotrung Ngo  

Make the most of a narrow house exterior, by flagging it with a mast. A navy painted panel cradles this striking triangular facade, a mixture of black and white bars that cunningly match the gate.

Visualizer: Luisö Ramos  

Landscaping can play a large part in your exterior design. While concrete and plaster squares wind around living areas, three stone sculptures punctuate what could be an overwhelming design.

Architect: Forx Design Studio   
Photographer: Tinnaphop Chawatin   

Wide, open and inviting describes this classy modern space. Set on a row of manicured lawns and hedges, its central structure features a lit border ceiling and grandiose staircase to guide the way in.

Visualizer: So On  

Make your home feel like a high-end resort. White and wood weave around a greenery-framed pool, while full-wall glass windows offer a look to the sea and indoor-outdoor flow.

Visualizer: Kozman Architects   

How do you maximise sunlight in your home? This brick and concrete structure uses wooden slats as Venetian blinds, opening up the space and catching rays while the sun goes down.

Architect: Jobim Carlevaro Arquitetos  
Visualizer: Torquatoregis  

Design your home to be out in the open. This wood and brick two-storey features a central space for sunbathing, and a deck out front to enjoy green space.

Visualizer: Ioan Ralea-Toma  

Bend the rules with your exterior. This residence features sloping outdoor patios, an ascending roof and convex front elevation on a simple, flat patch of green.

Visualizer: Burak Lafcı  

A mountainous location deserves a home with a view. White wooden rafters reach up to the sky afront a pool, wooden lounger deck and tinted rectangular windows.

Visualizer: DÉR architects   

Make your home easy to access. Set amidst clear, flat land, trimmed hedges and spacious steps, this wooden exterior invites in visitors with a cavity in its centre.

Visualizer: Ark Viz  

Ever imagined a chequered exterior? Neither had we. This two-storey mixed-material home employs the style with aplomb, finishing it off with a steel convex balcony and grass tuft-embedded patio.

Visualizer: Aleksandr Zhidkov  

Easily described as a dream come true, this modern home afront a mock coral reef gets our eyes excited. As metal chain windows let in just the right amount of light, strong charcoal frames and a cascade of white steps lead up to urban paradise.

Visualizer: Thomas Dubois  

This interesting façade is what sci-fi movies are made of. A clear dome atop two levels of slatted wood make this circular home reminiscent of UFOs.

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40 Beautiful Architectural Prints & Posters For People Who Love The Craft

We’ve all seen the world’s most famous landmarks, whether we’ve been there in the flesh, or simply sitting before a TV screen. We owe these beauties of the world to our best minds – our Frank Lloyd Wrights, Gaudis, and Norman Fosters – and chances are, you know a mind that’s studied theirs. These forty prints and posters celebrate the architectural genius that goes into building an Eiffel Tower, Burj Khalifa or Guggenheim, and the famous names that created them. Whether framed in Mondrian-inspired grids, coloured in blocks or simply sketched in black and white, these pieces are for the creative people you know creating inspiring buildings everyday.


Iconic Buildings Poster: Want to scratch up on your knowledge of world architecture? This nifty black and white poster shows our most iconic buildings, in gradations from tall and slender to thick and wide.


A History Of Architecture Canvas Print: Commit images of the world’s best architecture to memory, with this printed canvas find. Its fine poly-cotton blend is printed with Epson archival inks and backed with wall-hanging hardware.

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Black & White Architectural Art Prints: Want to recognise famous buildings by the cities they’re built in? These black and white sketch-look prints show iconic buildings in iconic locations.


A to Z Architects: See the stretch and scope of what a building can do. This framed, coloured print takes you through the alphabet of famous designers.

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Alphabet Of Architects: Federico Babina thinks outside the box when it comes to architecture. Using letters to designate the names of their makers, these colourful posters look a dream on the architect’s bedroom wall.

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If Artists Were Architects: Federico Babina strikes again, with this set of posters on mock-vintage paper. Using famous artists’ paintings to create new buildings, he envisions what their creations might have been had they been ‘archists’ instead.

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If Famous Buildings Were Animals: Another by Babina, these block colour posters make animals out of architecture. See a crocodile in the Sydney Opera House, a giraffe in the Eiffel Tower and a snail in the Guggenheim New York.

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Famous Architect Plans: Look at famous buildings in an unconventional way. These earth-toned posters, the last by Babina, look at architects’ designs from a bird’s eye view.

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Photographic Letters of Architecture: Go through architecture’s alphabet with the letter as the hero. These striking pops of colour show photo representations in the middle of their letters.

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Famous City Buildings Posters: Travel the world with one look at the wall. Frame the sights of London, Berlin, Paris or Milan in black frames and block iconography.

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Abstract Russian Cathedral on a Whale: Moscow Cathedral never looked so abstract. This monochrome representation on a blue-backed whale turns Russian architecture on its head.


Islamic Architectural Art Print: The domed roofs of the Middle East are a sight to behold. Dulled in greyscale with their iconic gold steeples, this skyline takes you straight to the streets of Tehran.


Mosque Architectural Art Print: The white and gold of Dubai’s Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque never ceases to amaze. Hang this print on your wall, as you dream of your next desert holiday.


Indian-Style Architectural Sketch Art Print: Built by the Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, the Hawa Mahala or ‘Palace of the Winds’ shows its form in this sketch print. Hang its form in a monochrome dining room for a beautiful piece for conversation.


South-East Asian-Style Architectural Print: Recreate your Thai escape with this iconic image of a waving Buddha. Its yellow sash could pop similar accents in your interior.


Chinese-Style Architectural Print: Red, white and black are symbolic in Chinese culture. Place this traditional gate with hanging red lanterns in a monochrome living or dining space.

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San Francisco Buildings: San Francisco is famous for its skyscrapers. Back them on an art deco background to make your lounge or bedroom shine.

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New York Buildings: In love with New York? Set its iconic towers on black backgrounds with striking pops of colour, to set your dreams of travel alight.


Chrysler Building Vintage Black & White Architectural Print: The circular forms of New York’s Chrysler Building stretch to the sky in this vintage print. Cover your hallway or entrance with its low-key, iconic image.


Framed Guggenheim Modern Architectural Art Print: The Guggenheim knows how to frame its artworks, and so does this representation. Framed in solid wood with a contemporary, scooped profile, this print is coated with gesso and premium shatterproof acrylic.

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Creative Guggenheim Architectural Poster: Know someone who wants to create the next Guggenheim? Stir up their creative juices with this inspiring greyscale poster.


Modern Architecture Canvas Print: Bring architecture to the 21st Century, with this idealistic sketch of a designed home and 911.


Architecture-Themed Canvas Art Print: Love Jenga and architecture too? This canvas-bound greyscale combines the two in this forest scene.


Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water: Usually set in its iconic waterfall setting, Frank Lloyd Wright’s evergreen masterpiece is here set in green. Revere its design for its angular forms in this Spanish-made print (sold without a frame).


Solid Colour Framed Architectural Art Prints: Want a pop of colour for your living room? These off-the-beaten-track architectural masterpieces deserve a space on the wall.


Fictional Floor Plans: Looking to design your first home? These fictional floor plans by a German architect could help visualise your space.


Vintage Architectural Prints: The Church of Saint Agustin looks as vintage in this print as it does in real life. Hang this handmade reproduction on a pastel living room or kitchen wall.


Framed Lego Patent Art: Some of the world’s best architects were surely Lego-building children. Celebrate the iconic toy, in this colourful print framed in solid wood.


The Deck Builder: Society forgets the minds that made design reality. This art deco image of a deck builder is an eye-catching reminder of the steps great architecture takes.


Modern Architecture Canvas Print: Will your guests recognise the first twisted skyscraper in the world? Sweden’s Turning Torso is a sight to behold on this grayscale canvas.


Abstract Black & White Architectural Print: Roof cavities are a feature of great architecture. Think of the Pantheon and Nanjing’s Massacre Memorial Hall when you look at this print.


Abstract Architectural Canvas Print: Want to see your city more simply? Use eggshell and white to create a series of blocks mimicking its layout.


City Art Print: Raise the city a little higher, with buildings showing their levels. Muted in colour, this sketch shows a fictional city close to Frankfurt or Berlin.


High-Detail City Poster Of Budapest, Hungary: Drawn with a single technical pen, this city map of Budapest by a Hungarian architect is full of beautiful detailing. A spot on the wall in your living room or library will have you gazing for hours.


Framed Le Corbusier Wall Art: Le Corbusier was an icon in many a Swiss man’s eyes. Take his image in black, white and red with a simple white frame.

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Architect Portraits: Not sure what the world’s most famous architects actually look like? Learn the faces of Gehry, Niemeyer, Zumthor and others in this striking collection of simplistic colour prints.


Mid-Century Modern Chairs: Sometimes it’s chairs, not buildings, that take the credit for good design. See the best mid-century seated inventions in this eggshell and mustard poster.


Designer Chair Poster: Prefer them set in blocks instead? This sixties’ style print highlights the most popular seats of the day.


Eames Chair Patent Posters: Eames’ legacy had to start somewhere. These blueprint patent posters show how he protected his most famous works.

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