The Meera House by Guz Architects We have already reviewed the Fish House by Guz Architects, and now present another project of these talented designers. The houses have much in common and it is difficult to say which one is more beautiful. The Meera House is located on the island of Sentosa adjacent to Singapore and amazes with its magnificence. Looking from above, the house is like a green oasis, because roof and terraces are covered with grass and some trees. Almost Untouched Nature - Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines Image credit Visiting this interesting Waterfall Restaurant located in San Pablo City, Philippines at the Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort can be a truly unique and memorable experience. Visitors can enjoy in lunch served on bamboo dining tables while the crystalline running water flows under their feet.
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10 of the best beaches in Europe for travel snobs Posted on: March 22nd in Travel, Travel Snobs by Scott Balaam. Like this Post? 10 of the best beaches in Europe for travel snobs - When you book a holiday in Europe there is always the concern that the beaches will be crowded. baumraum baumraum plans and builds inspiring dwellings for children and adults – from small playhuts for games and activities to exclusive permanent abodes. baumraum designs unique constructions for private clients as well as commercial enterprises in the hotel and catering sector and in tourism and leisure, but specializes in the design and construction of treehouses. The safety and durability of the constructions are of primary importance, but at the same time the trees and natural surroundings are handled with the utmost care. Our treehouses are a peaceful retreat where you and your guests can unwind from everyday life, a wonderful haven in the treetops. From the initial draft to completion, baumraum combines architectural skills with the competence of innovative craftspeople, landscape architects and tree experts. Baumraum designs and constructs rooms that give a feeling of well being at ground level, up in the trees, and on or beside water. Andreas Wenning
Homes for the homeless...inside billboards - Oct. 31, 2014 His concept, called "Project Gregory," would create wooden billboard structures fitted with noise and thermal insulation. They'd have two rooms: One with a table, two chairs and bed, the other with a toilet, sink and shower -- all in less than 200 square feet. Polacek, 26, came up with the concept as part of his master's dissertation at the Academy of Art in Banksa Bystrica, Slovakia, about three years ago. He brought on Matej Nedorolík to help with communications (Polacek doesn't speak English). Eco-Sustainable House by Djuric Tardio Architectes The pitched roof atop this Paris house won’t keep out the rain – it’s actually a pergola for growing fruit over a roof terrace. French architects Djuric Tardio designed the two-storey house, which is constructed entirely from Finnish larch. As well as the terrace on the roof, there is also a decked dining area at ground level and a projecting first-floor balcony. Mobile kitchen furniture can be wheeled outdoors on sunny days, while in winter the house is warmed by a fireplace just inside. Walls inside the house slide open so that rooms can flexibly accommodate different day-to-day activities. The whole house is raised on a plinth above the ground to prevent flooding.
Top 10 cool things to do in Los Angeles Posted on: March 11th in Travel by Becky Padmore. Like this Post? Top 10 cool things to do in Los Angeles - Forget crowded Hollywood and the stalkerish movie star home tours and get a sense of the real city of angels instead. From vintage store shopping to boardwalk people watching here is my list of Top 10 cool things to do in Los Angeles – whatever your taste.
Treehouse at the Lodge in Loch Goil, Scotland on July 9, 2016 This is the treehouse at the Lodge in Loch Goil, Scotland. Dreamy, isn’t it? Wouldn’t it be great to stay in a place like this? Cross shapped - Casa Pocafarina by Hidalgo Hartmann The four concrete wings of this house in Girona, Spain, appear to hover in the air above an underground entrance (photographs by Filippo Poli). Completed in 2010 by Barcelona studio Hidalgo Hartmann, the single-storey Casa Pocafarina has a cross-shaped plan that sits on four pillars and hovers a metre above the lawn. The underground driveway tunnels down beneath the floor of an en suite master bedroom to arrive at a staircase that ascends into the heart of the house. Two children’s bedrooms and bathrooms are situated in the wing opposite, while a living room and a dining room occupy the remaining two sides of the cross.