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snapchat /add/ nextarch | photo by @javierjauhari #next_top_architects “Redefine the identity” - last project for year 2✌️ #interior #architecture

snapchat /add/ nextarch | photo by @javierjauhari #next_top_architects “Redefine the identity” - last project for year 2✌️ #interior #architecture

'Sacred Grove' by Gavin McWilliam and Andrew Wilson for the Singapore Garden Festival 2014

'Sacred Grove' by Gavin McWilliam and Andrew Wilson for the Singapore Garden Festival 2014

Knapphullet is a small annex replacing two small sheds on the property. The new building has a distinctive roof free spanning. The roof folds down to the ground creating a ramp up to a viewing platform connecting to the upper cliff.The project began...

The prettiest wool stools. These are adorable. What would I need to crochet a huge chain like this? Just do a hand chain with a stuffed tube of fabric?

The prettiest wool stools. These are adorable. What would I need to crochet a huge chain like this? Just do a hand chain with a stuffed tube of fabric?

renovated by Specht Harpman Architects. home is just 425 square feet. However, the floor-to-ceiling height is approximately 25 feet, and it also has access to a roof terrace, giving the designers plenty of space to play with.  http://www.spechtharpman.com/residential/west_73rd_street_residence.php

renovated by Specht Harpman Architects. home is just 425 square feet. However, the floor-to-ceiling height is approximately 25 feet, and it also has access to a roof terrace, giving the designers plenty of space to play with. http://www.spechtharpman.com/residential/west_73rd_street_residence.php

A floating home is where you could find yourself living if the average temperature of the planet continues to rise. Industrial designer Gabriel Wartofsky is leaving no stone unturned in designing a home that could be in high demand in the near future. Gabriel has come up with a prefabricated home dubbed “Floating House” which relies on renewable energy for heat and power.

A floating home is where you could find yourself living if the average temperature of the planet continues to rise. Industrial designer Gabriel Wartofsky is leaving no stone unturned in designing a home that could be in high demand in the near future. Gabriel has come up with a prefabricated home dubbed “Floating House” which relies on renewable energy for heat and power.