A masterpiece is a work of art that is unique, expensive, and sought after by everyone yet only owned by a few. The irony is that there is no greater masterpiece than nature itself. So the question now becomes, how does a person start to own the masterpiece of nature?… By building a frame around it of course! Check out our 25 interesting interactions of architecture and nature to see how we as humans build architectural frames around the masterpiece of nature in our effort to uniquely own it.
E’terra Samara by Farrow Partnership Architects (Tobermory, Canada)
Sky Garden House (Meera House) by Guz Architects (Sentosa Cove, Singapore)
House 11 by Dane Richardson (Dunsborough, Australia)
Timber Wood Home by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects (Glenbrook, Nevada)
Altamira Residence by Marmol Radziner (Palos Verdes, California)