I wasn't sure if I was looking at actual architecture or Star Wars production design renderings. Architect Robert Harvey Oshatz's beautiful, organic, blending-in-with-nature structures are positively Naboo-like, though they mostly antedate the latter three Lucas flicks. And these aren't renderings, they're actually structures built from the '80s through the '00s, mostly in the Pacific Northwest.
Refreshingly, the Oregon-based architect eschews architectural theory, choosing instead to go with a more pure form of artistry integrated into what he calls a traditional design approach. In his own words,
Architecture is a synthesis of logic and emotion. When carried to its logical conclusion, a traditional design approach produces very imaginative structures. It is only a question of how much of an artist we architects choose to be.