Buenos Aires is an architectural voyeur’s destination, with gothic, and ornate classical buildings that rival Europe in grandeur. There are also a lot of cool homes, and street-level building craft to admire.
There is more to medieval life than swords
and sometimes I'm open to looking
Walking on a scaffold with boots is like tightening a lug molt with mittens
Like farm to table for building materials—a tour of Amazon trees and lumber
May you build a ladder to the stars, may you climb on every rung ...
The tiny house on stilts is ready for relaxation!
An #oldschool approach to decorative concrete surfaces
Are windows the eyes of a home, or a gateway to its soul?
A simple stairway Answers the question of why. Why regulations?
As family size contracts, big houses become small hotels
It’s a pleasure to stroll the streets of Colonia, Uruguay, and realize that in those homes you admire, you could also live.
People do. And it’s not too expensive.
Tropical hardwood beams, locally-fashioned framing connectors, and mahogany siding. Who needs a view?
Not all places have water that comes out of the ground courtesy of the city. Sometimes it comes out of a truck.
Latinos have some pretty cool lavatories. This sink illustrates the point: This cool sink gets its chic from the way it’s made, with back-splash high pieces of scraps of the marble that made the counter.