This is the reading room in the new addition; The T wood wall and ceiling finish are made from a reclaimed grain silo in eastern Washington built in the early 1900s. Read more: http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/changing-the-point.html?slide=1=y=true#ixzz25cwYQaaw
Green Living in Barcelona - Wishing to avoid using harsh chemicals, the couple had the 18th-century beams and French doors in the living room and elsewhere sandblasted to rid them of woodlice. The rug, by Nani Marquina, is renewable and biodegradable as well as ethically produced. | Dwell
Located at the foot of an Austrian ski slope, this modern take on an alpine cabin has a storm-proof structure, but its interior is a delicate combination of a high-design home and a cozy refuge from the cold. Photo by Richard Powers.