Whitecross - ceiling finish - exposed painted rafters, painted timber boards or skim

Collection by Mmas architects

LOVE these ceilings and the high contrast decor

Pitched Roofing + Wooden Beams

One of my favourite features of our home is the pitched roofing upstairs, which gives the open plan living area an amazing sense of light a...

like the exposed rafters and white walls

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A select list of architects, interior designers, landscape architects, and furniture/lighting designers committed to innovative and sustainable design.

white brick wall

Grand Design

One of my favourite TV shows is Grand Designs with Kevin McCloud. I love it because it takes you through the whole process people go through building their dream homes and they're usually somewhat different houses. Yesterday I watched one of my favorite episodes. It features interior designer Kathryn Tyler and her Scandanavian inspired eco house. Built on a narrow plot at the end of her parents back yard, Kathryn project managed the whole job herself which, even for an interior designer is a…

Feature walls | Open plan with a creating division  Black boards on the floors | nooshloves

Black boards on the floors

My decorexic ways, it seems, have struck again. Lately I'm finding myself fighting the overwhelming urge to buy an industrial-sized serving...

Gentian entry, exposed rafters, ply ceiling Doughnut House by Naoi Architecture & Design Office

Doughnut House by Naoi Architecture & Design Office | Dezeen

Open-plan rooms of subtly different proportions are created by an off-centre courtyard in this square house in rural Japan. The single-storey residence by Tokyo-based Naoi Architecture & Design Office has sliding doors in the exterior walls that open the house up to the surrounding garden. Grass mounds shelter the house and define the limits of the garden. A

timber-framed house in japan's ehime prefecture, designed by architect takashi okuno.

House of Nagahama by Takashi Okuno frames five courtyard gardens

This timber-framed house in Japan's Ehime Prefecture was designed by architect Takashi Okuno with a sprawling plan that frames five gardens and terraces.

Centre for the applied arts // Sergison Bates Architects

_ Architects: Sergison Bates Architects Location: Ruthin, UK Year: 2003 Photographs: via Sergison Bates Architects _ _ _ _ _ _ +

Brick House

Melbourne-based architecture and interior design practice engaged in projects large and small, with a particular interest in housing and projects that nurture community.

The placement of the windows creates sight lines across the 4,770-square-foot structure. Northern Wide Plank sourced the reclaimed hemlock for the facade; Sherma Construction picked the specific boards to create a cohesive look.

An Artist and Farmer Work With a Toronto-Based Studio to Build a Barn-Inspired Home

A new home replenishes Quebec’s vanishing stock of farmhouses.

Álvaro Siza - House Luis Rocha Tomé Ribeiro


183. Álvaro Siza /// House Luis Rocha Tomé Ribeiro /// Maia, Porto, Portugal /// 1960-1962 OfHouses guest curated by Brandão Costa Lima (Porto Academy, Index Newspaper). (Photos 1-10 © R. Sanabria, J...

caterpillars for sitting - Home Decor Idea

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Ingersoll Road House by McLaren Excell | Daily Icon

Ingersoll Road House by McLaren Excell

Daily Icon Magazine features profiles of extraordinary Designers, Architecture and Products, with a special focus on furniture, accessories and lighting for the home. The format is simple, lots of images, carefully edited.

Neue Regel — Z33 Gallery, Hasselt, Belgium, Francesca Torzo

Neue Regel

Z33 Gallery, Hasselt, Belgium, Francesca Torzo

Student built timber tower at Korkeasaari Zoo

Avanto Architects' steam-bent wooden Zoo Tower

Photos © Jussi Tiainen, HUT photography laboratory