Cabin with recycled windows maison réalisés avec des vieilles fenêtres cabane

Charming Cabin Built for $500 with Repurposed Windows

old windows ~ cabin from reclaimed windows.Ok,this wins for the most creative use of reclaimed windows!

portant pour vêtements avec rangement

Pia Galvanised Steel Pipe Clothes Rail with Reclaimed Scaffolding Wood Drawer Unit - Bespoke Urban Industrial Bedroom or Shop Fit Furniture

Belvédère pour contempler le jardin expérimental-Dominique Lafourcade

Stairway to the Trees, Provence, France photo via valerie .and another beautiful outdoor staircase

Submerged Public Spaces - Austria's Vocklabruck Spot is Set Beneath the Waters of a Pond (GALLERY)

Submerged Public Spaces

This Observation Deck Puts a New Twist on Things. This cool "deck" resides in a park in Vöcklabruck, Austria.

Contemporary wooden public bench ROUGH&READY: TOPSEATS Streetlife

Contemporary wooden public bench ROUGH&READY: TOPSEATS Streetlife - These look beautiful but could life be easier for the people that clean them?

urban bench / Rathmines Dublin

Dublin City Council decided to redevelop the Rathmines site to provide a range of quality sports and community facilities.


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a path in the forest photo by reio avaste 04 « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

"A Path in the Forest" by architect Tetsuo Kondo, temporary installation, Kadriorg Park, Tallinn, Estonia

Le Treehouse, un restaurant-cabane - Marie Claire Maison

17 cabanes exceptionnelles pour vivre au plus proche de la nature

Perched high in the treetops is the stunning Yellow Treehouse Restaurant by the New Zealand based Pacific Environments Architects Ltd. This treehouse restaurant resides on the north of Auckland, New Zealand, nestled into a 40 meter high redwood tree.

'Greenhouse designing with Yoshizaka', junya.ishigami+associates, Japan Pavilion, 11th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, 2008
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Installation view of the Japan Pavilion at the 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale, "Extreme Nature: Landscape of Ambiguous Spaces," by Junya Ishigami (architect) in collaboration with Hideaki Ohba (botanist). Architecture in Exhibition: Junya Ishigami