home and pool from shipping containers

MY DREAM TINY HOUSE :narrow house with backyard and pool. good idea to expand the space and have a great mix of traditional and modern! which is exactly my style!

House H by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects In Matsudo, Chiba, Tokyo | Yatzer

House H by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects In Matsudo, Chiba, Tokyo

Built by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects in Chiba, Japan with date Images by Fumihiko Ikemoto. This is a house for young couple and their child, located in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture. Matsudo City has a background.

'Located in the heart of medieval Ghent city, a heartless 70? building dislocates a 19th century street. The brief: integrating 4 luxury apartments and an ex...

Located in the heart of medieval Ghent city, a heartless building dislocates a century street. The brief: integrating 4 luxury apartments and an ex. alles für Ihren Stil - www.

My house just felt a lot bigger :)

World’s Smallest House? 1 Sq M of Mobile Living Space, by Van Bo Le-Mentzel Shoutout Angelica Maria

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The Tetra-Shed, bureau de jardin

The Tetra Shed bureau de jardin 2 thumb 179979 Tetra Shed office module for open spaces tetra shed offices modules

Skinny House by Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman

Skinny Rotterdam house for two architects features black brickwork

"Mondriaan" architectuur.

Obras de arte famosas transformadas en edificios por Federico Babina

asylum-art: “Famous works of art transformed into buildings in federico babina’ s Archist Series Iconic works from artists including Piet Mondrian, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Marcel Duchamp and more.

Famous works of art transformed into buildings in Federico Babina’s Archist Series

Famous artworks transformed into buildings by Federico Babina

ARCHIST CITY a project of graphic designer Federico Babina, who designed houses inspired by the great artists of contemporary art, from Picasso to Roy Lichtens

corten shed, japan

Half metal screen and half corten metal house. This is the façade of Sugawaradaosuke’s design for a house in Chofu, Tokyo. The dwelling is composed of semi-transparent, open and closed interior spaces inside. More in japan on

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