1. Tucked into the hillside and surrounded by trees, this concrete home adds an industrial look to the area while also blending in to the landscape.
Daniel Isern of ISERN designed this concrete house in Spain. Photography by Adrià Goula.
2. The mostly concrete exterior of this house gives it a rough look that’s softened and warmed up by the use of wood at the back of the house.
Yuri Vital designed this concrete home in Brazil. Photography by Nelson Kon.
3. Concrete and glass have been used for the design of this modern home to keep it bright, airy, and open.
Pitsou Kedem designed this concrete house in Israel. Photography by Amit Geron.
4. Square cutouts for the windows on the exterior of this concrete house create a patterned look that’s accentuated at night when light shines through the windows.
Wespi de Meuron Romeo Architetti designed this concrete house in Switzerland. Photography by Hannes Henz.
5. Three forms of unfinished concrete have been stacked and staggered to create an angular and industrial looking home.
Luciano Kruk designed this house in Argentina. Photography by Daniela Mac Adden.
6. This concrete house surrounded by nature has been designed to make the most of the landscape, and features sliding doors and tilting windows to make it easy to feel outside even when you’re in bed.
Peter Rose + Partners designed this modern concrete house in Massachusetts. Photography by Chuck Choi.
7. Although the majority of this house made from concrete, the wood on the front door, garage door and windows gives it a warm and inviting look.
Jaime Ortiz de Zevallos Architecture designed this concrete house in Lima, Peru.
8. Smooth concrete has been used for the exterior of this home and and is brightened by the warm light that shines through the windows.
Moon Hoon designed this house in Korea. Photography by Shin Kyungsub.
9. The grey concrete of this beach house blends in with the color of the sand for a modern yet casual appearance.
Luciano Kruk designed this modern concrete house in Argentina. Photography by Daniela Mac Adden.
10. Large windows on this concrete house are positioned to take advantage of the forest views.
BAK Architects designed this contemporary house in Argentina.
11. This box-like concrete home sits on top of a base of windows that make it look like it’s hovering next to the blue pool.
Matteo Casari Architetti designed this house in Urgnano, Italy. Photography by Andrea Martiradonna.
12. The way the concrete has been joined on the front of this house gives it a geometric look that’s only interrupted by the cutout for the door.
MDS designed this house in Tokyo, Japan. Photography by Forward Stroke inc.
13. The solid concrete wall at the front of this house is a strong contrast to the more open back of the home.