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Genko-an Temple (Kyoto,JAPAN) Summer/Fall/Winter

Genko-an Temple (Kyoto,JAPAN) Summer/Fall/Winter This is great, I've always wanted to do a picture series of the seasons outside a single window.

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部屋をステキな空間に変える面白インテリアの写真20枚

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Richard Olsen's Book Handmade Houses Showcases Beautiful and Unusual Homes

I absolutely love this. Reminds me of an adobe bubble house I saw in an article many years ago. Richard Olsen's Book Handmade Houses Showcases Beautiful and Unusual Homes : Architectural Digest. Probably for my future little house in Europe.

彦根の住居 | Tato Architects – タトアーキテクツ / 島田陽建築設計事務所

Tato Architects founder Yo Shimada wanted to create a building with a scale that is hard to read from the exterior, and which also contains a "floating" space slotted between the main floors. Photography is by Shinkenchiku Sha.

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Tato Architects founder Yo Shimada wanted to create a building with a scale that is hard to read from the exterior, and which also contains a "floating" space slotted between the main floors. Photography is by Shinkenchiku Sha.

Pilotis in a Forest by Go Hasegawa – Gunma, Japan

A Photo Tour of Enchanting Tree Houses for Grown Ups

photo(C)Ioana Marinescu パスカル・フラマーが設計したスイス・バルシュタールの住宅「House in Balsthal」です。パスカルはETHZ(スイス連邦工科大学チューリッヒ校)卒で、ヴァレリオ・オルジアティ事務所出身の建築家です。 以下、建築家によるテキストです。 ********** House in Balsthal This timber house is about different ways of perceiving the landscape surrounding it. There are two principal floors; one set 750mm below the earth, one 1500mm above. The ground floor consists of one single family room with a noticeably low horizontal ceiling. In this space there is a physical ...

cubebreaker: “Zurich-based architect Pascal Flammer designed this timber house in Balsthal, Switzerland, which is sunken with ground-level wrap around windows, connecting it with nature.

house-in-sakuradai3.jpg Contemporary Japanese architects

Contemporary Japanese Architects

Included in this selection are Japanese architects that have particularly excelled in reinterpreting Japanese architecture while maintaining a traditionally