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Juvet Landscape Hotel in Valldal Norway.  by @alexstrohl. #norway #architecture by aetherapparel

While traveling Europe working on his upcoming book we sent adventure photographer to the famed location used for the backdrop of the film Ex Machina. Full story in the Uncrate app. by uncrate

Glass architectuur

Glass architectuur

Terunobu Fujimori / one-night teahouse

When apartment blocks are built of asparagus

n-architektur: “ Ichiya-tei, One-Night Teahouse Terunobu Fujimori ” Fujimori Terunobu 藤森 照信- architect Ichiya-tei 一夜亭 (One-Night Teahouse) was built in 2005 as the site where former Japanese Prime Minister Hosokawa Morihiro 細川 護煕 hosted visiting.

Arredamento giapponese in camera da letto

La décoration japonaise et l'intérieur japonais en 50 photos!

Juvet Landscape Hotel, Norway

Plenty of hotels provide views of the surrounding landscape, but few take it as seriously as the Juviet Landscape Hotel.

Photo: Kimito Takahashi. “Light of Shodoshima”: giant dome constructed of 5,000 island-grown bamboo trees, and illuminated at night by LEDs.

“Light of Shodoshima”: giant dome constructed of island-grown bamboo trees, and illuminated at night by LEDs.

Juvet Landscape Hotel

Juvet Design Hotel in Alstad was used in the cult-film Ex-Machina. Minimalist creative cubes sit on Norway's landscape as cool sparse interiors box in nature.

Minnie Evans, artista folk afro-americano, è stato il portinaio di storici Giardini di Wilmington Airlie 1949-1974, ed è considerato uno dei più importanti artisti visionari americani. Gli introiti…

una Cappella-bottiglia in North Carolina

Airlie Gardens in Wilmington, North Carolina. This is the glass bottle wall at the Bottle House at Airlie Gardens in Wilmington, North Carolina. The Bottle House is made entirely of glass bottles stacked with the bottom facing outward and set by mortar.


Material scheme - colors and materials, vetical orientation of lengthy materials Like colour scheme - Cladding too modern for us Casa TdM by Bbats+Tirado Architects

self supporting climbing plant. i've always loved these... they remind me of coral gables.

Casa das Chaminés por Márcio Kogan

In São Paulo, Reinaldo and Piti Cóser kept green in mind when designing their deck. Here, Sophia Cóser talks to sister Helena and mother Piti through a wide, low-slung window typical of architect Marcio Kogan. Photo by: Crisobal Palma

shipping container homes make great economic and environmental sense. but we can make them even better by growing plants (preferably food) on the exposed walls and roof. the plants insulate the home. for instance, a vertical aeroponics system, using solar or wind power to run the pumps, can be cleverly attached to the walls without worrying about any water rusting the shipping container. all you'd need is a rolling ladder to access all your food!

AD Round Up: Green Roof Part III

Hill Lodge / SOOK Architects

Image 1 of 41 from gallery of Hill Lodge / SOOK Architects. Photograph by Spaceshift Studio

Beaded Jute Hammock #anthrofave #anthropologie

Anthropologie’s New Arrivals: Porch Edition

Beaded Jute Hammock “This beaded hammock was inspired by the art of crafting jute and creating beads. The two arts combined resulted in a bedecked jute lounger, perfect for your living room or.