Today’s link roundup transports us around the world on a modern architecture tour. First stop: Johannesburg, South Africa, where Design Milk walks us through a gorgeous residence built by Gass Architecture Studio (above).
Next, Flavorwire gives us a staggering view of the Amsterdam-based photographer Wouter Stelwagen’s prowess via his apartment-centric study on the patterns of humanity, a shot of which we’re sharing here:
Dwell celebrates the organic modernism of Arkin Tilt Architects (shown below) and other contemporaries in its roundup called “The Architect’s Architect”:
Elsewhere on the web, Architectural Digest gives us a book report on Richard Olsen’s Handmade Houses, delving into the art of slow architecture and the act of moving off the grid…
…and last but not least, Curbed walks us through the empty former home of Washington, D.C.’s first mayor. It’s on the market… any takers?