Today’s whirl through the world wide web uncovered some beautiful images of architectural delights. First, Anthology Mag gives us a tantalizing taste of the Hotel Endemico Resguardo Silvestre near Baja California, Mexico, in which 20 austere, self-contained suites (shown above) stand against a hillside, overlooking vineyards as far as the eye can see. Vacation, anyone?
Speaking of vacations, Remodelista showcases its home of the week: Casa Lola, a bucolic space in Trancoso, Brasil – a fishing-village-turned-resort-town. Casa Lola’s main house and guest lodgings are separated by a tranquil pool lined with volcanic tile:
Not far away from those divine casitas is the work of Gaeta Springall Architects, like this arresting private residential space in Mexico City, shared by VectroAve:
Urban Homes gives us a digital glimpse into the Feb/March issue of its Charlotte, North Carolina edition, overflowing with Southern charm and hospitality…
…and last but not least, architecture geeks will no doubt enjoy the backstage pass ArchiDose is granting us to the Metals in Construction, 2012 Facades Conference held by The Architect’s Newspaper and The Ornamental Metal Institute of New York, where experts are talking about the future of metals in the architecture rising up around us each day…a tall topic indeed.