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Horizontal House is a project developed by and rendered by graphic designer Michal Nowak. An earthy home, envisioned in stone and wood, the home is both spacious and warm. Renderings by: Michal Nowak

fazer um projeto onde pareça que ela é só essa parte de cima mas na verdade o resto do colchão está nesse buraco.

Oliver Peake: Japanese Bed “This was an interesting commission. The client wanted an entirely sunken bed with hidden storage and invisible heating!" I prefer more traditional storage, but love the idea of the sunken bed!

Single-storey open plan home with glass and timber cladding | Self-build.co.uk

The house features extensive glazing, cedar cladding and cedar roof tiles

LOMO: This sense of authenticity, sought in vain by consumers of pre-aged simulacrum denims, is on the contrary perceived as really existing in vintage goods and working-class trappings. Typical Lower-Modern architecture – liquor stores and bowling alleys – offers both advantages; the patina of real aging, and a legitimate working-class character. Considering also the general popularity of “Eames Era” design, hipsters should be crazy about this blog.

The Lower Modernisms – Lomo Featured Project: The Washroom Pavilion at Huntington Beach Central Park.

the grey deck and facade

Stealth Barn

Article source: Carl Turner Architects Stealth Barn is a project that sits next to and complements Ochre Barn, a large threshing barn converted by CTA to a home and studio. This addition was to provide a self-contained unit that could equally act as .

Eliminate two front bedrooms to constrict sq ft? Small House Plan, Floor Plan, Modern Architecture

Small House Plan, Floor Plan, Modern Architecture I would make the master bedroom smaller and the use that space for the living room and kitchen.

merde-petit-maitre:    Architecture  (Mies van der Rohe - Farnsworth House, via creaseandco)

The Farnsworth House, built by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1951 and located near Plano, Illinois, is one of the most famous examples of modernist domestic architecture and was considered unprecedented in its day.