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That bring natural feel to your home has always been a dream of you. DIY driftwood decorations can help you make it. It not only can give unique charm to your home, but also is easy on the budget. Because you don’t spend a lot of money buying the precious

Gallery of Haus am Moor / Bernardo Bader Architects - 4

Austrian studio Bernardo Bader Architects designed this amazing wooden cabin in rural area of Vorarlberg. 60 trees ‐ spruce, fir and elm ‐ were locally sourced for interior and exterior finishing, creating minimal waste. The simple plan of the hou

Gallery of Koya No Sumika / mA-style Architects - 3

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House in Seya / Suppose Design Office

interior designer with specializations in hospitality and sustainable design. accumulation of inspiration. driven by fresh spaces, de/constructivist architecture, good design, wine/food and cooking,...

Tree House / Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Completed in 2009 in Japan. Images by Ken'ichi Suzuki. This house for a couple is built in a residential area on a gentle hill in the northern Tokyo. The site is located at the top of a hill connected...

House Reduction / MAKE Architecture Studio

Using wood as the primary building material imbues an aesthetic warmth to the structure. It's also cost-effective, considering the abundance of Canada's natural timber resources and strong local carpentry trade. Photo by Shai Gil.

Mountford Road / Shaun Lockyer Architects

Interior aspect of the Mountford Road residential house by Shaun Lockyer Architects Coastal Decor Driftwood Art of Starfish Beach Decor via ...

Imagem 9 de 15 da galeria de Casa Cross Stitch / FMD Architects. Fotografia de Peter Bennetts

Gallery of Villa in Hakuba / Naka Architects - 8

Naka Studio added an asymmetric roof with overhanging eaves to this house in a Japanese skiing village to create a huge sheltered terrace for residents.

Gallery of Hut-to-Hut / Rintala Eggertsson Architects - 18