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Casa Remota,Cortesía de Felipe Assadi

Galería de Casa Remota / Felipe Assadi - 9

Image 9 of 27 from gallery of Remote House / Felipe Assadi. Photograph by Felipe Assadi

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Shipping container homes offer up an economical and interesting space to live in…

Wooden pavilions by Lake Flato create an education centre in the Texas landscape

Chain drainage - Desagüe con cadena // Wooden pavilions by Lake Flato create an education centre in the Texas landscape

Garden Rooms, Garden Offices, Garden Studios and Outdoor Rooms | Rooms Outdoor

Rooms Outdoor create contemporary garden rooms, garden studios, garden lodges, and outdoor rooms which are typically used as garden offices or hobby r

Designed by Alessandro Isola, the Le Monde Winery Garden and Pool feature unusual Corten Steel fencing, a stunning swimming pool and sunken teak seating.

As part of the design of Le Monde winery in northeast Italy, Alessandro Isola has designed a private poolside retreat that features this sunken seating area for the guests of the winery,

Wooden Pendant Light_Linear cutouts by LottieandLu on Etsy

Wooden Pendant Light_Linear cutouts

Découpes de pendentif Light_Linear en bois par LottieandLu sur Etsy Plus

The brief was to convert a disused rail line into a publicly accessible contemporary restaurant and bar venue that would contribute positively to the local r...

Image 3 of 14 from gallery of Arbory Bar & Eatery / Jackson Clements Burrows. Photograph by John Gollings

I found it! The Answer! Rolling Huts! // Rolling Huts was one of three projects by ASKA Architects to win at the AIA Seattle Awards a couple of weeks ago. Located at Mazama in Washington State, the six huts serve as guest accommodation for friends of architect Tom Kundig, who has his Delta Shelter weekend retreat in the valley nearby. The cabins have wheels to get round local planning laws forbidding permanent structures. (uploaded by reVetro)

ASKA Architects win at the AIA Seattle Awards. At Mazama in Washington State, guest accommodations for architect Tom Kundig. The idea is that wheels roll by local planning laws forbidding permanent structures.