This could work for me...maybe You normally don't see this interior style in a log/timber frame home. I think I like it.

This could cabaña sabata for me.maybe You normally don't see this interior style in a log/timber frame home.

Modern Green House Design (Re-)Mixes New & Old

Green House by Berg Design so much open space, wood, natural light!

Cumaru wood small balcony design

Real Parque Loft is a stylish home designed by Diego Revollo. Completed in it is located in São Paulo, Brazil. Photos courtesy of Diego Revollo

トリニティ・カレッジ図書館/ダブリン大学(アイルランド),Trinity College Library

Maybe it seems unusual to visit a dusty old library on vacation. But because my dad was a dusty old librarian himself it doesn’t seem odd to me at all, particularly when it’s the Old Library at Trinity College in Dublin.


"This loft features a desk/work area with leisure in mind by means of the hammock. The high ceiling allows room to incorporate this loft leaving the main floor with extra space for living.

Just interesting. I love the high ceilings. The deep greens with light to one side looks like 20,000 leagues under the sea.

Funny pictures about Glass-Walled Library In Germany. Oh, and cool pics about Glass-Walled Library In Germany. Also, Glass-Walled Library In Germany photos.

Japanese house and furniture

This appears to be the same miniature Ryokan as I am getting, but it isn't the same one as the other three that I've seen.



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Best Ideas For Modern House Design : – Picture : – Description Toronto Residence by Belzberg Architects


Capitol Hill Loft, located in Seattle’s vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood, is a custom crafted remodel of an urban loft. The award-winning 1310 East Union Building originally designed by the Miller Hull Partnership.

2011年10月21日、ドイツの新しいシュトゥットガルト市立図書館が完成。 韓国の建築家 Eun Young Yi によって建てられたこの図書館はキューブ(立方体)の外観で、内部は4階まであり、白を基調とした洗練されたつくり。

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