Tripartite Pyramid in the Rocky Mountains
Location: Manitou Springs, Colorado
This tripartite pyramid is a two-bedroom, 2,600-square-foot property with amazing views of the Rockies. The glass-and-copper structure is filled with impressive furnishings, an Egyptian chandelier, and awesome paintings. Although the home was inspired by the Old Kingdom.
The Y-Shaped Guest House
Location: Ancram, New York
Architect: HHF Architects and Ai Wei Wei
HHF Architects and Ai Weiwei collaborated to design a country guest house getaway for a wealthy art collector. What they ended up with was a Y-shaped structure that married the house’s three purposes: guestroom, workroom, and gallery space.
Santa Monica Residence
Location: Santa Monica, California
Architect: Jendretzki Architects
This sunny addition to a mid-century home in Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon area was built with the resident family’s love of Scandinavian design in mind. It features a muted material palette of light toned wood and glass. It doubles as a work studio, too.
Sources: COMPLEX Art + DEsign