Sunday, November 16, 2008

Organic architecture

Back in September, we drove through several miles of Fire Island by the Hamptons. We saw egrets and great blue herons, marsh and dune and flooded out road, and beach houses both tacky and marvelous. But nothing like this gem from outside Rio de Janeiro.


The main page of the architects’ site is a slide show of this beach house.

1 comment:

neal said...

Organic architecture is a living tradition that is taking on new and exciting directions. Organic Architecture is a school of architecture which started at the close of the nineteenth century. Organic Architecture should promote harmony and should co-exist with nature like a living organism.

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