I really love it!
Old Caboose converted into a vacation rental in Essex, Montana.
To all intents and purposes is the project we have in mind for years.Equipped with sauna! Fantastic and wonderful!To be copied in its entirety!
Czech studio Stempel & Tesar has completed a house that looks likes it’s being swallowed up by the landscape.
The family house is located in Český ráj, an 18,000-hectare nature reserve also known as Bohemian Paradise, and the house nestles against a hillside blanketed with grass.
Stempel & Tesar tunneled down into the landscape to make room for a sauna that had been requested by the client. “We decided to add a basement rather than increase the footprint of the house,” architect Jan Tesar told Dezeen. “It wasn’t too complicated to build because of the sloping site.”
Curse envy! Magnificent cabin as we would like to do!
Japn style, via waveavenue
Personally we love all the disappear structure!
Perfect for transfer the studios for the spring e summer. Save a great idea for our projects.
Location: cerido so – italy
typology: pavillion for gardening and conviviality
design: act_romegialli : gianmatteo romegialli, angela maria romegialli, erika gaggia
landscape: gheo clavarino
completion of work: 2011
photo: marcello mariana
Self Sufficient house developed for the Solar Decathlon Europe 2010, Madrid
by AAIMM Architecture Office
There is no need any more when you have a green corner with some trees, hammock, a table and a small house on wheels like this! It has everything in a small space.
Wifi & Ants, and you’re at the TOP!
via with more photos text and info
Find on Gblog this amazing and perfect structure.
Exactly in our ropes, simple structure in copper and wood 3m to 3m, two floors and on. Down living, sleeping over. Out of the infinite. Else is needed? Indeed not.
It’s the perfect place for a perfect green life!
Amazing technic and design choise like hammock, bridge, upper floor, outdoor bathtub.
Useful photos of the build process, you can see the step to do for DIY!
I hope this 2013 will be start with something like this in our life!
A stack of container in a forest in a green site may seem like an oxymoron, but if the containers are recycled and matching camouflage can only come out of a great project!
Six Oaks was created by Modulus as a vacation getaway in heavily wooded site near Felton, CA. The simple design seeks for minimalism in terms of functionality, cost, material usage and day-to-day living.
This plan is via Le Container
Saving ideas, a lovely and perfect place where live.
Designed by SFOSL, the studio in Sebastopol, California is a quirky reincarnation of the century-old barn that was demolished during the rebuild project.
wood wood wood and again wood, for classic nordic amazing home design!
A continual inspiration! … continua
Holy God what a damn amazing and perfect place for live!
Outdoor clothing and gear designers Setsumasa and Mami Kobayashi test camping equipment for a living. A dream job that takes place in an equally dreamy mountain retreat that is the Kobayasahi Residence.
Thanks to Waveavenue (more photos!)
Waiting the bull!
Perfect for where we say, as we say! And galloping damn economy and real estate market!
The home was recently acquired with the intention of restoring the residence and adding a new pool house, private gallery, and garage with the help of architecture firm Roger Ferris + Partners.