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The Barcelona architecture collective showcases their latest selection of inspirational abodes – think: rotating structures, modernist beach houses and an atelier crafted from concrete

The Hunt House
In the southern part of Long Island sits this revolutionary beach house, built in 1958 by architect Andrew Geller. The geometric shape of his residences, quite unusual for the period and very characteristic of his style, cemented his reputation as one of the most prized architects of his time.

Herman Rosa Atelier
Concrete and glass are the focus of this minimalist atelier, owned and created by the German sculptor Herman Rosa. Located in Munich, this spacious temple of creativity is a masterpiece where architecture and sculpture coexist in perfect harmony. 

The Singleton House
In the prestigious neighbourhood of Bel Air, California stands one of the most iconic abodes in the world. The Singleton House by architect Richard Neutra is a transparent retreat designed for a peaceful (and stylish) life. Commissioned in the mid-1950s by industrialist Henry Singleton, the inspiring glass-walled building was later bought and renovated by legendary hairdresser Vidal Sassoon.


Casa Sperimentale
The ruins of this amazing house, created by the architect Giuseppe Perugini, are now an overlooked ode to Brutalism, lost in the outskirts of Rome. Casa Sperimentale is, as its name indicates, a zany experiment in spatial architecture, boasting rotating structures and kinetic detailing. 

Bahia House
The bold architecture of multidisciplinary creative Gaetano Pesce is as uncoventional as it is revolutionary – as his Bahia House aptly demonstrates. From the sumptuous curvature of the windows, to the kaleidoscopic fish-scale tiling that scales the exterior of the building, his vision transports the viewer to another world.