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California backyard wooden deck and concrete bar and sliding glass door
California backyard wooden deck with sun rays
California house facade with rectangular forms and wood siding
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Mash Studios industrial table
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Revamped Airstream trailer by Burton Baldridge
Mike and Maaike’s design goes far beyond styling to create an entirely new concept for transportation—–including an operating system and living-room-like interior.
Here, the view of both beds open. Click <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IftSA2sy3bg">here</a> to watch a video of the transformations. Photo by Sadamu Saito.
Here, the view of both beds open. Click <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IftSA2sy3bg">here</a> to watch a video of the transformations. Photo by Sadamu Saito.
Mash Studios industrial table office
Mash Studios industrial table
Mash Studios industrial table wheel
Mash Studios industrial table
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The entire Wooden Cabin—including the sleeping cubbies, shown here—is clad in locally sourced larch, which over time will turn gray then black. <a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/first-class-cabins.html">Read the full story here.</a>
Calder Smith's kitchen before renovations. He says the space possessed "no redeeming qualities."
San Francisco architect Cass Calder Smith transformed his cramped, inefficient kitchen into a bright, joyous place where he can cook, eat, relax, and, if he so chooses, get some work done.
Fujimori's playful approach to architecture is on display in his building that houses the Nemunoki Museum of Art. He wanted this humpbacked children's museum to resemble "a mammoth."
Fujimori has an affinity for building structures that appear to be perched precariously: His charred cedar-clad Guest House seems to balance on a sliver of a wall.
For Camellia Castle, which houses a sake brewery, Fujimori designed a grass-covered roof and a cladding comprised of grass-and-stone checkerboard.
Architecture and nature combine in many of Fujimori's projects: the Lamune Hot Spring House appears to be built around two pine trees, with their spires poking out from the roof.
In the summertime, grass and dandelions blooming add a new hue to the roof of Fujimori's family home.
Fujimori's sketch for his next project after the Jinchokan Moriya Historical Museum, Tanpopo House, introduced another obsession: houses with plants growing out of them.
The 1991 Jinchokan Moriya Historical Museum, Fujimori’s first commissioned building, signaled the themes that continue to drive his work: design in harmony with nature; raw, natural materials (wood, mud-and-mortar walls); and a Neolithic-inspired architec
Design is as important as any other element in Sobek’s work. Structures like the H16 house can’t just work well and function environmentally; they have to look good, too.
The membrane Sobek designed for Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Germany in 2006.
A concave surface inside one concourse of Suvarnabhumi International Airport is juxstaposed with a continuous vertical surface.
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