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Casa Corallo - House Built Around The Trees: by Paz Arquitectura, Santa Rosalía, Guatemala

Cole Street Project - contemporary - exterior - san francisco - Design Line Construction, Inc.

Apply our Faceal Oleo HD on porous surfaces as wood, natural/artificial stones, concrete. Photo: Cole Valley Residence by John Maniscalco Architecture

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‘Glass House Project’ By Nico Van Der Meulen Architects / Johannesburg, South Africa Mezzanine sunken conversation pit

DM Residence by CUBYC architects bvba | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

DM Residence by CUBYC architects bvba

Arquitetos japoneses incorporam troncos de árvores à estrutura de casa

Garden Tree House by Hironaka Ogawa. More from architect Hironaka Ogawa: the two trees felled to make way for this house extension in Kagawa, Japan, were reinstalled inside the living room.

Hall House by Salmela Architect http://www.homeadore.com/2013/11/14/hall-house-salmela-architect/

Hall House by Salmela Architect

Hall House Architects: Salmela Architect Location: Duluth, MN, USA Architect In Charge: David Salmela Project Architect: Malini Srivastava Area: sqm Year: 2012 Photographs: Paul Crosby

Corallo House by Paz Arquitectura glass concrete contemporary exterior Corallo House in Guatemala City is an Ultimate Charmer

Corallo House in Guatemala City is an Ultimate Charmer

Corallo House with great architecture and interior design by PAZ Architectura. Located on a dense hillside forest in the Santa Rosalía area of Guatemala City, Corallo House integrates the existing forest.

Plants in interior design http://offsomedesign.com/plants-in-interior-design/gal/image/plants-23/

<Meditation Space>I am going to build an enclosed deck out back, and I am so going to open several (shaded) skylights since I am in the desert, and I hope to plant a tree inside, with rows of garden boxes and a water feature with a BBQ.

In order to accommodate Bethany as well as another tree in the garage, the architects decided to forgo air conditioning. In the heat of a Brazilian summer, this was certainly a bold choice. However, the shade from Bethany as well as the glass walls manage to keep the house cool and comfortable even in the hottest weather.

This Modern Brazilian House, covered by Casa Vogue and built by architect Alessandro Sartore, manages to do just that by allowing trees that were already growing on the plot of land to continue up and through the new structure.

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An Entire House That You Snap Together, Like A Toy

Image 5 of 6 from gallery of Villa Asserbo: A Sustainable, Printed House That Snaps Together. Villa Asserbo, a house whose printed pieces "snap" together, by Danish architects Eentileen. Photos via Fast Company.

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Swedish architectural dream team Tham & Videgard Hansson Arkitekter designed the modern Archipelago Home, nestled among the islands near Stockholm, Sweden. This lightweight Scandinavian summer cottage of wood and glass.

MC1 House in Costa Rica by Juan Robles

MC1 House in Costa Rica by Juan Robles

something tells me this is more your style of indoor water pond thing - This residential project is located in the Pacific ocean on the island Costa Rica, near the national park Manuel Antionio in Quepos.

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New York Apartment by Latter- awesome mix of antiques in an open modern setting. But I'd rather a cast iron wood stove instead of that room breaking fire place.

Super cool vacay house in Santa Cruz vrbo.com

I like these fire pits : ) Moana House designed by Fuse Architecture in Santa Cruz, California. love the outdoor fearures.

– Adventurous dining – Vals/Switzerland, 2015 by Mir – Bergen, Norway in Architecture & Interior design

Mir is a creative studio that specialises in portraying unbuilt architecture. We are dedicated to what we call Natural Visualisation.

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