3. (Source: airows)

  4. cjwho:

    Unplugged by Scott Newkirk - A one-room cabin in the woods pulls the cord on modern living in New York.

    (Source: cjwho, via om-shakti-om)

  5. enochliew:

    House on Mount Anville by Aughey O’flaherty Architects

    The highly insulated, airtight timber framed structure was prefabricated,  then wrapped in crafted brickwork and timber.

    (via architectura)

  7. disimba:

    When I get my Pendelton or Woolrich throw, I’m getting a good girl and going on picnics on the daily.

    (Source: djmase)

  8. cabinporn:

    Pod House in Flims, Switzerland.

    (via lonelycoast)


  9. An Italian artist purchased an old abandoned cement factory and converted into a castle home










    The Cement Factory was discovered in 1973, it was an abandoned cement factory and partially in ruins, comprised of over 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms; Ricardo Bofill bought it and began renovation works.  He identified the program; The Cement Factory was to be used as architectural offices, archives, a model laboratory, and exhibition space, an apartment for him, as well as guest rooms and gardens. 

  10. (Source: cotdeath, via quiet-nymph)

  13. interiordsgn:

    The Mai Mai House by Pattersons Architects.

    “This is a private house. It seeks to create a union which reconciles seemingly contrary identities, personalities and problems. In this house these two lovers – the hunter and the bird, as we have grown to call them – make sense of the elements that define them as individuals, and the chemistry that draws them together as a couple. A key to unlocking the Mai Mai is in the word ‘duality’. The house uses a duality of function and a duality of meaning to reconcile paradoxical ideas of concealment and display, ambush and retreat, challenge and reconciliation.”

    (via sweethomestyle)

  14. nkhon:

    That green though.

    (via europeancarlove)

  15. (Source: , via zeroattribute)