Situated on a hill above the wetlands edging the fjord just outside the Danish town Randers, Villa G is an interpretation of traditional Danish brickwork_Contemporary window seat

Oui, il s’agit d’une porte coulissante en bois massif naturel.

THIIIS 😍😍😍 its perfect ❤️ Modern Home - Wood Slab - Barn Door - Rustic Interior - Room Divider do this with driftwood

window wall

Interior shot of Mexican architect Luis Barragan's house. // Luis Barragán House and Studio, also known as Casa Luis Barragán, is the former residence of architect Luis Barragán in Miguel Hidalgo district, Mexico City.

shadow cast

"This is what I am going for with my design; the idea of light casting shadows of a beautiful pattern" This photo is just brilliant.

Timber screens bring fresh air into Pedro House without compromising privacy

Built by VDV ARQ in Buenos Aires, Argentina with date Images by Curro Palacios Taberner. Located on an plot in a gated community away from Buenos Aires city, Pedro House is a medium scale family.

glass windows dividing room

Source: Heidi Lerkenfeldt I’ve been thinking a lot about my kitchen recently. It’s such a vital part of the house in terms of layout and aesthetically that I really want to get it right. Even a glass wall is a decor idea.

Bassinet building | TRIBU architecture

Gallery of Boissonnet Building / TRIBU architecture - 10

Textured windows. Moroccan patterns

Beautiful forts and palaces - Amber Fort in Jaipur, India. conservatory is located on the south side of the Amber Fort in Jaipur, India. The three windows are carved from stone with a repeating geometric pattern

Window wall

My Style: Private Japanese garden makes for a very nice bedroom view. I've been living with a bedroom view of a very zen garden this year and it's lovely.

ViviStone™ Glass - architectural glass, nearly indistinguishable from real stone.

Oh how I want an illuminated wall like this! ViviStone Opal Onyx glass in standard finish used in LightPlane panels and Levele wall system by Forms+SurfacesViviStone™ Glass

Book gate

Suspended Books Magically Fill Swiss Tunnel - Installation by Swiss artist Jan Reymond

home and workplace for a car dealer, Hiroshi Nakamura, tokyo - dezeen

Tokyo home (and showroom) Hiroshi Nakamura NAP Image: Koji Fujii/Nacasa and Partners by lucdesign

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