I saw this picture by Scott Frances, a glass/wood house by the architect Kengo Kuma located in new Canaan, Connecticut and was blown away by the beauty, form and concept. Thought I'd share it with you, I hope you enjoy the picture as much as I did.
Feature wall and Canopy Besançon Art Centre and Cité de la Musique by Japanese firm Kengo Kuma and Associates has completed an art and culture centre with a chequered timber facade on the banks of the Doubs river in Besançon, France
Built by Eduardo de Miguel Arbonés in Valencia, Spain with date Images by Duccio Malagamba. The project is located on the premises of the former Ateneo Musical del Puerto, in the neighborhood of Cabanyal of Va.
Designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, the Nine Bridges Golf Club House in Seoul minimizes materials and references local traditions with its wooden hexagonal structure.