Spennende hyttekonstruksjon - Moderne hyttekos i Hemsedal - Bo-Bedre.
Gallery of Casa Spodsbjerg / Christoffersen & Weiling Architects - 4
Casa Spodsbjerg is a family summer home on a rocky beach in Denmark designed by Arkitema Architects. Completed in 2010 by Arkitema Architects, this house is
Kessel-Lo House by NU Architectuuratelier
Modern Window Seat Kessel-Lo House by NU Architectuuratelier
enochliew: “Casa Tiny by Aranza de Arino The house is completely open to the landscape with the ground floor dedicated to gathering around the huge kitchen table that extends out to the gardens.
Dream Home : Under Pohutukawa Beach House by Herbst Architects
Glass and brick extension added to a London home. A large window wraps around one corner of this brickwork extension to a Victorian house in London by local office Cousins and Cousins (+ slideshow).
Casa Corallo by Paz Arquitectura This amazing Corallo house by Paz Arquitectura is located on a dense hillside forest in the Santa Rosalía area of Guatemala City.
This 200 year old stacked stone house in Linescio, Switzerland has been discretely gutted on the inside by Buchner Bründler Architekten, turned into a simplistic dream space, perfectly formed in concrete.
Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine
Bolton Residence by Nature Humaine. Modern vaulted ceiling in black and plywood with black cord lighting and crisp sharp detail.
wedge-shaped family home inserted into melbourne neighborhood by OOF! architecture
Architecture turned a rundown Victorian weatherboard cottage into a jaw-dropping compact home on a tiny triangular lot in Melbourne.
Casa Cher is an incredible concrete and glass home in the forest of Mar Azul, Argentina, designed by BAK Architects
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Barwon House a modern concrete and glass addition and alteration to an existing cottage home in Australia by Auhaus Architecture + Interiors.
The home is the Elliot Ripper house by Sydney Architect Christopher Polly, and it is a totally revamped space making the most of open plan and indoor/outdoor living, photography credit: Brett Boardman.