8 Blacks / NRJA

8 Blacks / NRJA

door between single garage and boot room. Double garage and flat entrance hall Architecture Photography: 8 Blacks / NRJA 8 Blacks / NRJA – ArchDaily

Black house.

Ochre Barn by Carl Turner Architects

Ochre Barn, Norfolk, England Carl Turner Architects - model for Nana & Papa's future pool/guest house

House S #Architecture

House S / becker architekten

Courtesy of becker architekten Architects: becker architekten Location: Wiggensbach, Germany Year: 2007 Photographs: Courtesy of becker architekten

Rooftop reflection pond. Pinned to Garden Design - Water Features by Darin Bradbury.

London roof top reflective dark pool framed in corten with water jets + night lights, cedar deck + fence, designed by Bamber Wallis

Barn Rijswijk , The Netherlands via WORKSHOP ARCHITECTEN

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:: ARCHITECTURE :: Architects: NRJA - Uldis Luksevics, Ieva Lace, Linda Leitane, Ints Mengelis Location: Kuldigas, Latvia Project area (living space): 461 sqm Project year: 2004 – 2011 Photographs: Gatis Rozenfelds, NRJA #architecture

8 Blacks / NRJA

Image 34 of 43 from gallery of 8 Blacks / NRJA. Photograph by Gatis Rozenfelds

Nice use of black cladding, to roof too!

8 Blacks / NRJA

Image 34 of 43 from gallery of 8 Blacks / NRJA. Photograph by Gatis Rozenfelds

Above: During a recent trip to Japan, the architects had become interested in the Japanese charred-wood technique of shou sugi ban. Charring wood makes it weather- and mold-resistant, a benefit near the sea.

A Charred Wood Cottage by French architects Lucie Niney and Thibault Marca of Paris-based NeM Architectes - wood finish inspired by the Japanese charred-wood technique of shou sugi ban

Simple outdoor fire pit.

Tye River cabin, located in Skykomish, Washington was designed by Olson Kundig Allen Architects. This natural cabin design measures 600 square feet and is nestled on a nine-acre piece of property surrounded by forest with a river flowing through the site.

relax here • melbourne, australia • life space journey • photo: armelle habib • via remodelista

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Life Space Journey deck fire pit / Olive tree / Carbonized unequal width wood siding w/ narrow ipe decking

A beloved Japanese tradition is to char exterior cladding to make it fire resistant. Here, the effect on the front door is likely more aesthetic than preventative—though you can never be too careful. Designed by Konishi/Gaffney Architects, Edinburgh, Scotland

A beloved Japanese tradition is to char exterior cladding to make it fire resistant. Here, the effect on the front door is likely more aesthetic than preventative& you can never be too careful. Designed by Konishi/Gaffney Architects, Edinburgh, Scotland

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