by Studio Vacek. Established in 2011 by the Vacek brothers Tomáš and Jiří designed the HALUZ (rocking-chair). Its simple and clean lines are made entirely of ash and willow branches — a mixture of worked wood and raw wood.
This retreat for a multigenerational family is divided into three parts, a central cabin for socializing and two private sleeping cabins. In all there are 2 bedrooms and 2 sleeping lofts in 753 sq ft. Near Osla, Norway.
Welcome to the green heart of the rain forest: Bukit Lawang Lodge is located in Sumatra, Indonesia, on a site adjacent to an orangutan sanctuary. A great wilderness experience. Indonesia Hotel design by Foster Lomas
these wood slats are utilitarian in the way they are connected to the substrate — countersunk screws — but note the care in angling the top of the projecting pieces, so water sheds off the wood. contemporary exterior by Fougeron Architecture FAIA