Our A-Frame Cabin
I'm uploading a few of our design drawings that people have requested. A front and rear framing elevation (note we ended up moving the windows in the final project), a foundation sketch, and a sketch of the mending plates that we used to join the top and bottoms of the rafters. The drawings are rather basic (I'm not an architect) but they were acceptable for our permit inspector.
Gallery of Blairgowrie Back Beach / Wolveridge Architects - 3
Image 3 of 27 from gallery of Blairgowrie Back Beach / Wolveridge Architects. Photograph by Derek Swalwell
Puff Adder for growing lilies by Patrice Taravella and Terry de Waal
Puff Adder is a wooden tunnel resembling a snake used for growing lilies in South Africa, architects by Patrice Taravella and Terry de Waal.
playgrounds kids - игровая площадка
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Burger Zoo - Leopard and Jackal Mesh Fence Enclosure
The leopard and jackal enclosure is a delicate mesh fence carefully embedded into the original topography of the zoological garden of Burger Zoo in Arnhem.
Split House / TWS & Partners
Built by TWS & Partners in RW 07, Indonesia Split House, a name that is dragged from its own concept including the backgrounds and functions that are not only ha...
Couple builds tiny A-frame cabin for just $700
Photographer Alla Ponomareva and her husband Garrett wanted a new guest house for their home near Missoula, Montana. Rather than commission a firm to build it for them, the pair rolled-up their sleeves and constructed a solar-powered A-frame cabin for roughly US$700.
360 Degree Rotating Micro Cabin
This is a 360 degree rotating micro cabin in designed by Telmo Cadavez in Portugal. From the outside, you'll notice it's a simple but beautifully built micro cabin with a large window that can be used
BABYLONSTOREN CAPE TOWN - PETITE PASSPORT
Most striking feature: Their greenhouse. I couldn’t stop taking pictures. From some spots you know that they are good. They top the list of places you wish to visit and you have certain expectations. But then, if you’re actually there, it’s even better than you...