The Winged House - not sure I could live here but curious about the "the house itself is climatically responsive to bring comfort to its inhabitants".... I don't like the stone, but creatively it is something! K2LD Architects, Malay "Winged House" --thanks Sar! ;) (Architizer.com)
"+node" House (2012) | Fukuyama-City, Hiroshima, Japan • Keisuke Maeda, UID Architects. "This cantilevered wooden house by Japanese studio UID Architects hovers ten metres above the forest floor and has a hole underneath to let trees grow up inside." Dezeen
A home that is free of unnecessary decor and clutter, that allows the architecture and the beauty of a space to shine, that welcomes in the outdoors, and most importantly brings comfort and tranquility to its inhabitants is my ideal. So upon discovering this Chelsea townhouse, and its resemblance with the hardwood floors, ceiling moldings … … Continue reading →
Looking from shore westward out onto Lake Union between the Eastlake neighborhood houseboat moorages of Tenas Chuck (meaning little water, the name the original inhabitants of Seattle gave Lake Union).