Canterbury Cathedral Stained Glass Studios - WelcomeDreaming of a Garden HouseVery vineyardy with natural shingles and white trim. A garden shed garden house with the most charming little windows and double finials on the roof. A double decker english style garden house with plank shutters on a stucco facade. Maybe a little too perfect for my taste, but very sweet none the less. The double dormers take this from Home Depot kit, to McMansion status. A homemade version of old windows for the roof and walls~ my idea of what is a possible do it yourself without a plan project. Secret Garden Enchantment This must have been an out building on grannie's back lawn. A little dark and mysterious, this building would be ivory with a purple door if it belonged to me. The perfect climbing rose climbed up the perfect little garden house with the perfect little windows. A tad on the small side, another possible do it yourself garden house made with boards and single paned windows. The cupola takes it another level. This little miniature I made sits in my backyard. is the creator of Tinker House.
The Glass House in Copenhagen's Freetown Christiania Commune |(Image: seier+seier, cc-2.0) One of the many idiosyncrasies within Copenhagen’s controversial commune of Freetown Christiania, the “Glass House” has been described as a construction exemplifying modern “architecture without architects”. The 85 acres of Denmark’s capital known as Christiania grew out of a former military barracks that was abandoned in 1971. The site is home to around 850 people and in addition to pre-existing military buildings, makeshift homes such as the Glass House have added to the area’s unique character over the decades. (Image: (Image: seier+seier, cc-2.0) A successful social experiment or lawless drug den, depending on who you speak to, Freetown Christiania was born of a spirit of collectivism and anarchy which rejects private ownership.