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Teepee House

There are so many homes and rooms in the world that are so basic and generic. So when you see rooms that break the mold of what a room should be you really get this feeling of renewed life. I always clip pictures of cool homes and rooms when I see the, because they are so inspiring and just make me ...
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wow! :D Teepee made of grasses and plants #gardening #DIY #kids

The Belvédère du Rayon Vert was a hotel in Cerbère,France, designed in the art deco style by thePerpignan architect, Léon Baille, and built between 1928 and 1932. It has the overall appearance of a ship. It has its own cinema, and a tennis court on the roof. In 1987, the building was protected under the list of historic monuments (inscription). Part of the building has been brought back into use as apartments, with some original features. The building is open to visitors most afternoons.

blanket tent / teepee I will make one of these with my kids someday! These were awesome as a kid especially when the trees or bushes were so big to ply house under!