Category "Architecture"

New Circular Runway Concept For Airports

As our technological capabilities increase, so does our novel ideas. The evolution of technology and ideas go hand-in-hand, and they complement each other. Well, as far as novel ideas go, we have to admit that the Circular Airport Runway Concept is definitely up there. The Endless Runway Concept is the brainchild of Dutch scientist Henk …

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21 Tiny Houses | Cabin Living At Its Best

Here at Jebiga, we’ve covered a few tiny homes but now wanted to make the ultimate list of amazing structures you should definitely check out if you’re thinking of purchasing a tiny house. They are convenient for more than just that- you can rent it for a vacation or get inspired and build one yourself. …

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La Fabrica | A Former Cement Factory Transformed Into A Home

Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill decided to transform an old 19th-century cement factory into a stunning home. La Fabrica dates back to the industrialization period of Catalonia and the reconstruction period lasted for more than a year and a half. There was plenty of work to be done since the silos were full of cement and dust and the …

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High House | An Elevated Landscape House In Quebec

Delordinaire architects created a private residence in Quebec that is elevated from the ground and stands on its structure. Even though this type of construction is usually seen in buildings located near the water in order to prevent flooding, High House creates a protected ground floor area and provides brilliant views of the snowy environment. …

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Superhouse | Luxury Through Simplicity


When investing in a home, you’re not just choosing the design of the interior but deciding on your entire lifestyle. This is what Magnus Ström, founder of Ström Architects, had in mind when he started working on the Superhouse. He also had two important questions – the first is “Why couldn’t houses also reach the same heights …

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Drop Box | A Modular Hotel Suite

Microarchitecture and modular construction are getting popular and there’s a perfectly good reason – rationalization of the way of living and focusing on the surrounding rather than the interior. Built in such manner is the Drop Box, a hotel suite that can be placed anywhere. The idea is for it to be placed on natural locations …

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Wood By William Hall


From the author of bestselling titles Concrete and Brick, William Hall, comes another book devoted to building materials. Wood focuses on timber construction and just like the previous two, it will inspire architects and builders for generations to come. Wood is one of the oldest building materials and this book in particular consists of 170 structures …

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H2 Cape House

Here at jebiga, we often write about remote locations and awesome retreats. We especially love the variety of shapes in architecture and incorporating the surrounding into the design. Today, we’re covering one more fantastic retreat- H2 Cape House. This house is nestled on the French Island of Corsica, right next to the Mediterranean sea. The house itself …

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Free Spirit Spheres In British Columbia


Nestled in a forest on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, you’ll find Free Spirit Spheres. They provide a unique natural retreat that allows you to reconnect with the peaceful surrounding while staying in a suspended orb. According to Tom Chudleigh, the mastermind behind it, staying in one of these spheres should be on everybody’s bucket list. Free …

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Casa Tiny Available For Rent

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If you’re seeking for a perfect retreat, we’re glad to tell you that thanks to Airbnb, you can now rent Casa Tiny. This one bedroom house is located in Puerto Escondido, Mexico and was inspired by Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden”. The house itself was finished in late 2014 by architect Aranza Arino and director Claudio Sodi. The house …

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