Construct
Architecture et matériaux de construition
Construct
+
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Port-a-Bach | via Atelier  ↬ Tiny House Blog | related blog: UnBoxed House
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Port-a-Bach | via Atelier  ↬ Tiny House Blog | related blog: UnBoxed House
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Port-a-Bach | via Atelier  ↬ Tiny House Blog | related blog: UnBoxed House
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Port-a-Bach | via Atelier  ↬ Tiny House Blog | related blog: UnBoxed House
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Port-a-Bach | via Atelier  ↬ Tiny House Blog | related blog: UnBoxed House
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Port-a-Bach | via Atelier  ↬ Tiny House Blog | related blog: UnBoxed House
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Port-a-Bach | via Atelier  ↬ Tiny House Blog | related blog: UnBoxed House
+
fabriciomora:

Community library in China turns a roof into a playground
fabriciomora:

Community library in China turns a roof into a playground
fabriciomora:

Community library in China turns a roof into a playground
fabriciomora:

Community library in China turns a roof into a playground
fabriciomora:

Community library in China turns a roof into a playground
fabriciomora:

Community library in China turns a roof into a playground
+
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
arquitecturavisual:

Hiroshi Nakamura&NAP Co.,Ltd. - Optical Glass House. Hiroshima, Japan. 2012
Optical Glass House was constructed beside a busy road, Hiroshi Nakamura and his studio NAP; wanted to create a private oasis where residents could still make out the movements of people and traffic beyond the walls. “The serene soundless scenery of the passing cars and trams imparts richness to life in the house,” said the architect.
https://vimeo.com/58181421
+
cinoh:

cabinporn:
Invisible Studio’s workshop near Bath, UK.
Built for $25,000 using lumber milled from the property.
Photography by Andy Matthews.
cinoh:

cabinporn:
Invisible Studio’s workshop near Bath, UK.
Built for $25,000 using lumber milled from the property.
Photography by Andy Matthews.
cinoh:

cabinporn:
Invisible Studio’s workshop near Bath, UK.
Built for $25,000 using lumber milled from the property.
Photography by Andy Matthews.
cinoh:

cabinporn:
Invisible Studio’s workshop near Bath, UK.
Built for $25,000 using lumber milled from the property.
Photography by Andy Matthews.
+
homelimag:

Inhabit Treehouse: A Sustainable Forest Dwelling Concept by Antony Gibbon
via Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }
homelimag:

Inhabit Treehouse: A Sustainable Forest Dwelling Concept by Antony Gibbon
via Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }
homelimag:

Inhabit Treehouse: A Sustainable Forest Dwelling Concept by Antony Gibbon
via Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }
homelimag:

Inhabit Treehouse: A Sustainable Forest Dwelling Concept by Antony Gibbon
via Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }
homelimag:

Inhabit Treehouse: A Sustainable Forest Dwelling Concept by Antony Gibbon
via Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }
homelimag:

Inhabit Treehouse: A Sustainable Forest Dwelling Concept by Antony Gibbon
via Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }
homelimag:

Inhabit Treehouse: A Sustainable Forest Dwelling Concept by Antony Gibbon
via Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }
+
slapdashing:

Swivelling pods allow the owners of this house in Tehran to… dezeen
+
dezeen:

A faceted roof conceals the size of Hangar XS warehouse by Ecker Architekten »
+
+
tinyhousesgalore:

A modern 130 square foot tree house designed by Aleck Wilson Architects. See more here!
tinyhousesgalore:

A modern 130 square foot tree house designed by Aleck Wilson Architects. See more here!
tinyhousesgalore:

A modern 130 square foot tree house designed by Aleck Wilson Architects. See more here!
tinyhousesgalore:

A modern 130 square foot tree house designed by Aleck Wilson Architects. See more here!
+
paradisexpress:

(via paradis express: Le sentier du chimonobambusa à Lille)