Selgas Cano Architectural Firm offices

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Incredible office in the woods.

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hotel design by Foster Lomas

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The Lantern Pavillion. This striking pavilion in Sandnes, Norway was constructed out of sustainably-sourced timbers and glass slates as a way to highlight environmentally friendly architecture and materials. Designed and built by French and Norwegian firms, AWP and AtelierOslo, the Lantern Pavilion marries traditional timber architecture with newer contemporary architecture. Picture credit: http://inhabitat.com/ #Lantern, #Wood, #Pavillion

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an awesome house in the swiss alps. it was built into the mountainside and is right next to the therme vals (hot springs). there's also a free ski shuttle that takes you to the slopes. available for rent: www.villavals.ch/

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Office building Abu Dhabi...

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Architecture firm WEIJENBERG have worked together with Chef André Chiang to create RAW, a restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan.

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architectural sunroom library

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SIMPLE ARCHITECTURE

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Houses

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Glass house in the forest. ...

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55 Blair Road by ONG

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A great project of Spanish architecture firm, Selgas Cano, designed by Iwan Baan. The office, which is located in the middle of a forest, allows you to have a good view of its surroundings through the wall of windows while you are working. The clear roof reduces the usage of electricity on lights and depends more on natural sunlight during daytime.

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99c offices by Inhouse Brand Architects features a waiting room inside a shipping container

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Australian prefab architecture specialists Modscape Concept have designed an exciting five story home that clings to a cliff’s edge. Aptly called Cliff House, the design was created in response to a growing number of clients exploring design options for living on extreme coastal plots in Australia. The modular home was inspired by the shape of barnacles clinging to a hull of a ship, and it extends off the side of a cliff, rather than sitting upon it.

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The infinity pool has a steel sculpture on the lee side of it (also designed by Robins) with holes that match the limestone pattern on the property (a replica of the plate he put in one of the windows. When a swimmer jumps in, water sluices through the holes. #prefab #house with beautiful #architecture!

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Tea House by Swatt | Miers Architects

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OPA presents conceptual cliffside casa brutale on the aegean sea - created via http://pinthemall.net

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by filip dujardin, an architectural photographer taking who decided to take matters into his own hands

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