• Simon Ungers and Matthias Altwicker, Cube House, Ithaca, NY, 2000

  • UKZ Design, Knee Residence, North Caldwell, NJ, 1983-6 (via baunetz)

  • ONO, Family HouseWaasmunster, Belgium, 2012 (via dujardin)

    (Source: subtilitas)

  • Jonas Dahlberg, “House in Sicily as Temporary Pavilion” at Wanås Sculpture Park, Knislinge, Sweden, 1997-9

  • There is no permanence. Do we build a house to stand for ever, do we seal a contract to hold for all time?

    —  Utnapishtim in N.K. Sandars vs. Anonymous AkkadiansThe Epic of Gilgamesh, c. 2500 / 2100 BCE

  • Chapuisat BrothersLa Résidence Secondaire, Vercorin, Switzerland, 2012 (via archidose)

    (Source: jeroenapers, via mbelt)

  • Claudia Turrent + Alejandro d’Acosta Arquitectos, Casa Rayban, Ensenada, Mexico, 2005

    The House of the Tusken Raiders and Railroad Ties: “The Sand People are easily startled, but they will soon be back, and in greater numbers.”

  • Robert Mallet-Stevens, Villa Cavrois, Croix, France, 1932 (via mabulle)

  • Robert Mallet-Stevens, Villa Noailles, Hyères, France, 1923-8 (via fashion)

  • Robert Mallet-Stevens, Villa Paul Poiret, Mézy-sur-Seine, France, 1924-5

  • Jason Mitcham, Screenshots from Three, 2011 (via burnaway)

  • Charles SheelerBallardvale, 1946 (via addison)

  • William Smith, Plan of Thebes, Greece, 1854

  • Peter Milton, Card House, 1975

  • Hyde and Hyde Architects, House for a Photographer, Pontypridd, Wales, 2011