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Office Solvas / GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten

Have always loved this bottle green/blue color pink Office Solvas / GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten Twin Trees Pavilion / Atelier Archmixing.

Elwood Townhouses / McAllister Alcock Architects

Gallery of Elwood Townhouses / McAllister Alcock Architects - 10

Architecture with my favorite colour of wood https://stainlesssteelfabricatorsindelhi.wordpress.com/ http://woodworkcontractorindelhi.wordpress.com/

Haus Walde / Gogl Architekten

Beautiful Wooden Details New House in Neutral Colours With Panoramic View Over the Alps by Gogl Architekten

Vertical timber battens as an alternative to the more common horizontal-batten feature panels. Makes sense... trees grow up right?!

Vertical timber battens as an alternative to the more common horizontal-batten feature panels. Water runs off more easily.

Slow Horse /  ELASTICOSPA+3

Gallery of Slow Horse / ELASTICOSPA+3 - 11

Torquay House by Wolveridge

Torquay House by Wolveridge Architects This timber and concrete beach house in Victoria by Australian firm Wolveridge Architects conceals all its windows behind louvred shutters and has courtyards.

Cladding London aims to deliver quality and value with health and safety as a top priority. Our Service teams provide roofing service and maintenance with the capabilities of managing programs for a single facility as well as for those organizations with National real estate portfolios.

A more practical approach to an entire wood facade; setting the windows to the background helps the wood remain whole about the facade while allowing for daylight purposes.

House in House / Steffen Welsch Architects

Gallery of House in House / Steffen Welsch Architects - 5

Image 5 of 23 from gallery of House in House / Steffen Welsch Architects. Photograph by Shannon McGrath

black timber screen :: alwill

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

Bird hide designed and built by CAT's architecture students, photo by Centre for Alternative Technology, Flickr, 22 August 2011

The Coed Gwern Bird Hide, Machynlleth, Wales. Designed and built by CAT Students

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