Cross Stitch House Architects: FMD Architects Location: Melbourne VIC, Australia Design Team: Fiona Dunin, Andrew Carija, Robert Kolak Year: 2013

Cross Stitch House / FMD Architects

Cross Stitch House by FMD Architects is a renovation and extension of an old Victorian house in Melbourne, Australia. The new extension houses new living and dining spaces.

kengo kuma plans louvered tomioka city hall in central japan

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has designed an urban redevelopment for Tomioka City Hall in central Japan using natural slate roofing

Leica Store Kyoto

Leica flagship store in Gion. A two-story traditional “machiya” style townhouse

Escuela en Cambodia. Arquitectura sostenible.

Escuela Vocacional Sra Pou / Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen

Image 12 of 14 from gallery of Sra Pou Vocational School / Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen. Courtesy of Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen

The traditional Japanese house with its broad, low roofs and wide eaves was a strong influence on Arts & Crafts architecture.

The traditional Japanese house with its broad, low roofs and wide eaves was a strong influence on Arts & Crafts architecture … simple majesty

The traditional Japanese house with its broad, low roofs and wide eaves was a strong influence on Arts & Crafts architecture.

The traditional Japanese house with its broad, low roofs and wide eaves was a strong influence on Arts & Crafts architecture … simple majesty

tonoma architects: ceramics market, osaka, japan

the project is a urban renovation and a rebuilding of the historic ceramics shop of the historic ceramics street in the osaka, japan.

Francisco Perez Anampa School / Architecture For Humanity

Gallery of Francisco Perez Anampa School / Architecture For Humanity - 5

Image 5 of 13 from gallery of Francisco Perez Anampa School / Architecture For Humanity. Photograph by Architecture For Humanity

tonoma architects: ceramics market, osaka, japan

the project is a urban renovation and a rebuilding of the historic ceramics shop of the historic ceramics street in the osaka, japan.

Jenny E. ~ I picked this because architecture seems very important to this region,and this piece of work seems very important to Japan. They probably spent a long time working on this.

Jenny E. ~ I picked this because architecture seems very important to this region,and this piece of work seems very important to Japan. They probably spent a long time working on this.

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