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J'ai toujours rêver d'avoir un petit cottages comme ceux-ci perdus en pleine campagne ! Ouvrir ma porte et respirer l'air de la comté, cet air magique, apaisant et mystérieux ...

Cottages - Fanette des champs

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Lucid Stead: A Transparent Cabin Built of Wood and Mirrors by Phillip K Smith III Artist Phillip K. Smith converted this 70-year-old cabin into a light installation by installing alternating mirrors to make it appear transparent. At night the piece is lit from inside.

Lucid Stead: A Transparent Cabin Built of Wood and Mirrors by Phillip K Smith III Artist Phillip K. Smith converted this 70-year-old cabin into a light installation by installing alternating mirrors to make it appear transparent. At night the piece is lit from inside.

“Borgen Aftonfrid” (Rough translation is Castle of Evening Peace) in Sjölanda, Sweden. This house whas built by John A Ekström by and by as he collected stones during walks in the forest. He longed for a peacful place to write his poems about nature.

Intriguing and eye appealing buildings have been built all across the world using cordwood and cobwood. The picture above shows the Peace of Art Cafe in Del Norte, Colorado. This photo is courtesy of Kim-Anna who built and owns the Peace of Art Cafe, The Organic Peddle and the beautiful Mermaid Cottage. www.organicpeddle...

In Steenokkerzeel, Belgium, Patrick Mets, director of finance and human resources for Aremis, built his dream home in a decommissioned water tower near the Brussels Airport. He had been fascinated by water towers since he was a teenager, loving the shape, he wished for that uniqueness for his own home. He purchased the building in 1996 for $43,000, after years of weekend trips searching for the right tower.

In just a few days corks will be a fly’n and the bubbly will be overflowing flutes all over the world. By the looks of the house pictured above, made almost completely from champagne bottles, the Ukrainian retiree/DIY enthusiast wasn’t going to wait for any ball to drop to complete this fantastic build. The green benefits of re- or upcycling can be seen aesthetically as well as can be felt economically; with reduced electricity for heating and lighting, and as well as the reduced cost in bui...