Thanks to our ninja Matt K for the link.
Designed as part of a residence in the mountains of suburban Beirut by Y.TOHME/ARCHITECTS, this incredibly dope cor-ten steel bridge leads to a sauna – and beyond that, a grouping of cabanas [seen below]. S-Project as a whole is a kind of deconstructed, or exploded, house – where the varying programs receive their own distinct, separated volumes. By treating the varying elements of the home in this way, Y.TOHME/ARCHITECTS brings nature and the surrounding woods directly into project – and the daily lives of the occupants.
And I mean, just look at that bridge illuminated at night – too sick.
I’m also really feeling these cabanas, even though – maybe because? – they look like their own project. Either way, the light, translucent, floating boxes are almost lantern-like – and look incredible staggered within the wooded hillside.