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Ryuichi Ashizawas Bamboo Forest & Huts with Water for Aqua Metropolis Osaka 2009. The architect rethought Aqua Metropolis by participation of citizen. Ryuichi Ashizawas project show on #worldarchitecturecommunity #architecture #design #art #wood #pavilion #japan #ryuichiashizawa #bamboo - Architecture and Home Decor - Bedroom - Bathroom - Kitchen And Living Room Interior Design Decorating Ideas - #architecture #design #interiordesign #homedesign #architect #architectural #homedecor…

Ryuichi Ashizawas Bamboo Forest & Huts with Water for Aqua Metropolis Osaka 2009. The architect rethought Aqua Metropolis by participation of citizen. Ryuichi Ashizawas project show on #worldarchitecturecommunity #architecture #design #art #wood #pavilion #japan #ryuichiashizawa #bamboo - Architecture and Home Decor - Bedroom - Bathroom - Kitchen And Living Room Interior Design Decorating Ideas - #architecture #design #interiordesign #homedesign #architect #architectural #homedecor…

Located in the clearing of a forest in Eumundi, Australia, this tent house was designed by Sparks Architects Pty Ltd in 2016. The home covers an area of 344 m2, and provides the perfect home for a family that enjoys contact with nature. At first glance, its roof reminds us of the typical tents seen in circuses. However, seeing it at the top of the hill, under the shade of..

Located in the clearing of a forest in Eumundi, Australia, this tent house was designed by Sparks Architects Pty Ltd in 2016. The home covers an area of 344 m2, and provides the perfect home for a family that enjoys contact with nature. At first glance, its roof reminds us of the typical tents seen in circuses. However, seeing it at the top of the hill, under the shade of..

Located in the clearing of a forest in Eumundi, Australia, this tent house was designed by Sparks Architects Pty Ltd in 2016. The home covers an area of 344 m2, and provides the perfect home for a family that enjoys contact with nature. At first glance, its roof reminds us of the typical tents seen in circuses. However, seeing it at the top of the hill, under the shade of..

Located in the clearing of a forest in Eumundi, Australia, this tent house was designed by Sparks Architects Pty Ltd in 2016. The home covers an area of 344 m2, and provides the perfect home for a family that enjoys contact with nature. At first glance, its roof reminds us of the typical tents seen in circuses. However, seeing it at the top of the hill, under the shade of..

Name: Sara, Kyle, and Monty the dog Location: Forest Hill, Toronto Size: 750 square feet| Years lived in: Renting 10 months. (They lived in the one-bedroom unit directly next door for 5 years.) This space proves that we should never judge a home by its exterior. Built in the late 1960s by architect Uni Prii, this apartment building was described as "space age" by Spacing Toronto. However, Kyle and Sara have created a home that leans far more toward cozy vintage than futuristic. Thei...

Name: Sara, Kyle, and Monty the dog Location: Forest Hill, Toronto Size: 750 square feet| Years lived in: Renting 10 months. (They lived in the one-bedroom unit directly next door for 5 years.) This space proves that we should never judge a home by its exterior. Built in the late 1960s by architect Uni Prii, this apartment building was described as "space age" by Spacing Toronto. However, Kyle and Sara have created a home that leans far more toward cozy vintage than futuristic. Thei...

Name: Sara, Kyle, and Monty the dog Location: Forest Hill, Toronto Size: 750 square feet| Years lived in: Renting 10 months. (They lived in the one-bedroom unit directly next door for 5 years.) This space proves that we should never judge a home by its exterior. Built in the late 1960s by architect Uni Prii, this apartment building was described as "space age" by Spacing Toronto. However, Kyle and Sara have created a home that leans far more toward cozy vintage than futuristic. Thei...

Name: Sara, Kyle, and Monty the dog Location: Forest Hill, Toronto Size: 750 square feet| Years lived in: Renting 10 months. (They lived in the one-bedroom unit directly next door for 5 years.) This space proves that we should never judge a home by its exterior. Built in the late 1960s by architect Uni Prii, this apartment building was described as "space age" by Spacing Toronto. However, Kyle and Sara have created a home that leans far more toward cozy vintage than futuristic. Thei...

This is EXACTLY where I'd LOVE to put my "Dream Amethyst bath tub" (check my pins out on this board~For the Home~) at in our retirement dream home one day & lemme tell u...u would be hard pressed to get me out of it!!!! <3

This is EXACTLY where I'd LOVE to put my "Dream Amethyst bath tub" (check my pins out on this board~For the Home~) at in our retirement dream home one day & lemme tell u...u would be hard pressed to get me out of it!!!! <3

Project Greenhouse, which we covered at Sundance a few month ago, has opened up shop in the Hamptons, New York's home for vacation homes. Designed by architect Edvin Karl Stromsten to accent a secluded stretch of forest he already owned, the house was

Project Greenhouse, which we covered at Sundance a few month ago, has opened up shop in the Hamptons, New York's home for vacation homes. Designed by architect Edvin Karl Stromsten to accent a secluded stretch of forest he already owned, the house was

Beaumanor Hall, stately home in the small village of Woodhouse on the edge of the Charnwood Forest, nr. Loughborough, Leics. The present hall was built in 1842|8 by architect William Railton + builder George Bridgart of Derby, for the Herrick family, with previous halls dating back to the 14th century. Grade II* listed. Until just preceding WWII in 1939, the Herrick family owned the park. In 1939 the War Office requisitioned the estate.

Beaumanor Hall, stately home in the small village of Woodhouse on the edge of the Charnwood Forest, nr. Loughborough, Leics. The present hall was built in 1842|8 by architect William Railton + builder George Bridgart of Derby, for the Herrick family, with previous halls dating back to the 14th century. Grade II* listed. Until just preceding WWII in 1939, the Herrick family owned the park. In 1939 the War Office requisitioned the estate.

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