• Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

    Editor’s Choice: Concrete Beauty

    5 brilliant examples of use of the quintessential building material that helped to define the aesthetics of modern architecture.

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  • Buser and Chapoton blackened the exterior cladding themselves / Photo by Kamil Bialous

    Family HQ in Alaska

    In the shadow of Denali mountain, amid Alaska’s meadows and icy streams, a former teacher and a four-time Iditarod winner build a modernist cabin as expansive as the Last Frontier.

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  • My Source of Architecture

    A structural impossibility impels Colorado architect ml Robles to deconstruct her design and rethink the source of architecture. Surrendering to the house’s revelation ignites a deeper means to practice her métier.

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  • Treehotel’s 7th room in Sweden / Photo by Johan Jansson

    Up and Away: 10 dream tree houses

    These ten small structures make childhood dreams come true.

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  • Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

    Art Photography in the Shoemaker’s Farmhouse

    From the Photo Archives… The shoemaker’s farmhouse in Alt-Riem near Munich was built in the 18th century. Stefan Höglmaier, founder of the Euroboden Group, bought the historical structure in 2013 and converted it into a a two-family house in collaboration with architect Peter Haimerl. The architectural concept of the Stockerweg project is based on the premise of …

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  • Editor’s Choice: Journey to Japan

    The Beauty of Use Hidden in the Japan Alps, a Czech-born artist makes woodstoves that match the simplicity of Japanese interiors. Read more » The Skyward House Japanese architect Kazuhiko Kishimoto designs a human-scale house for a retired teacher. Read more » Repair With Gold The Japanese tradition of wabi-sabi. Read more » A Platform for …

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  • Alpine Modern Feature Wins Silver Award From North American Travel Journalists Association

    Alpine Modern contributor Claire Walter receives prestigious journalism award for her feature “Reinhold Messner: A Man and His Museums”

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