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Places for sitting, walking and breathing.
Full-height glazing caps the central living area.
"I went on my first trip to Norway in 1996," Schluchtmann says.
The Birch Pavilion sits atop a 14-by-26-foot platform composed of hemlock and pressure-treated timbers.
The property is divided into zones, including a shade garden with a meandering path of staggered concrete pavers...
Rozan-ji (2008) - Once the cultural and political capital of Japan, Kyoto is home to some 1,600 temples, each with its...
“[The owner] wanted a place that was a sort of retreat, a place for meditation and contemplation,” architect Tom Marble...
Launching later this year, with price upon request, the Meditation Pod aims to trigger a reevaluation of how the built...
In 2001, Price and his students built a meditation structure at the end of a cantilevered walkway that extends off the...
The low, horizontal window in the main space "frames a meditative fragment of water," Poss describes.
Inside, a large window opposite the main door frames a view of mature trees.
The V-shape roof, which dominates the structure's silhouette, channels rainwater to a central spout then into the...
Designed by architect Jeffery Poss, the tea hut is the first of what Kalanzis and her husband, Bill Cope, hope to be...
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