Windows and doors . The door - the border. Behind the door - another room, another space. The window - looked and forgotten .
pinwheel window / drew house by Simon Laws . I would love this in my future dream house
Drew House has been designed by architect Simon Laws for Anthill Constructions, is located in Seventeen Seventy, Australia is a town in south Gladstone. Drew House aims to create a kind of luxury camp situated between Bloodwoods knarled and ancient Palms.
cjwho: “ Drew House, Queensland, Australia by Simon Laws Anthill Constructions “Natural oiled Australian hardwood timbers and other minimally finished, simple materials combine with the dynamic indoor/outdoor spaces to create an environment for the.
This is the Drew House project by the australian studio Simon Laws Anthill constructions_possible idea for shutters.pull on the center as the tips glide on the braces of the window, which are radially configured from the center like a cut orange
Wall Window of Chicken Point Cabin. LOVE the enormity of the cabin’s big window-wall feet by 20 feet)! It opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Plus, I love the look of the wheel instead of hidden electronics.
Olson Kundig Architects idea for the Chicken Point Cabin was to create a lakeside shelter in the woods. This nifty little cabin features a large
Steel and glass door operated by an industrial crank - Chicken Point Cabin - Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
Turner Exhibits designed, built and installed the human-operated drive and mechanical speed-control systems for the big window wall for an award-winning residence in Idaho designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects.
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Be the envy of every other homeowner and hermit crab in the neighborhood with this gigantic Nautilus House.
Nautilus House, Mexico City, Mexico, designed by Javier Senosiain (of Arquitectura Organica) in 2006
Glass wall for kids fort idea
Live in a Giant Sea Shell with the Breathtaking Nautilus House:
It is designed to copy the natural curves found in nature. The purpose was to build a treehouse that could blend in with the surrounding forest. The treehouse is built using sustainable materials. Design by Antony Gibbon.
An inset glass box is used here to capture the reflected light of an outdoor Zen garden and to bring it indoors along the floor. The wall becomes a glowing prism of light during the day, and a glowing alcove as seen from the outside at night.