s I am writing this post about Contemporary Architecture, I realize that most of the houses that I feature here, are actually situated close to the sea. I guess that this building style works best when implemented with free-standing structures in natural surroundings, preferably with water close by. Why would that be? Well, these houses tend to have those super large floor to ceiling windows.
And through those windows you will want to have a spectacular view, right?
I hope you will enjoy this little picking of Contemporary Architecture examples of houses situated in Chili, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Dominica Republic, Sweden and a very unique hotel in Patagonia, Argentina.
Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa is a building immersed in the landscape and emerges from the hillside where the winning architecture complements the flow of the geology in this privileged location and showcases the magnificent views of the Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chili via Ann Street Studio
Hotel Tierra Patagonia Spa Area
Interior shot of the hotel Tierra Patagonia where lots of wood was used via Ann Street Studio
Another interior shot of the hotel Tierra Patagonia via Ann Street Studio
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