This building felt like a space from the future even though it was built in the 60s by australian architect John Andrews. The University of Toronto Scarborough Campus is one of Toronto's brutalist monolith structures. 

I have to come back here. I wanted to move in!

Dezeen Feature - Summerhouse in South Iceland by Gláma Kím Arkitektar


Gláma Kím Arkitektar and their beautiful Summerhouse that we photographed last year is featured on Dezeen today! Have a look at the full article to learn more about this remote and stunning vacation home in South Iceland! 

Single Family House in Arnarnes - Garðabær, Iceland


"New construction of a single family house for a family of seven. The new two level building is organized around a lightwell on the entry level. The bedrooms are located to the northeast side, whilst the family room and kitchen are at the soutwest side enjoying a view of the inlet beyond. The formal dining room and living area continue along the large glazed facade towards the spectacular view of the Reykjanes Peninsula. A large fireplace subdivides the space and provides a vertical anchoring for an open staircase leading to the family rooms on the lower level." (Gláma Kím)

Reykjavík, Iceland

Architect: Gláma Kím 

Photographer: Nanne Springer