Silk lantern in 'Le Jardin des Hespérides' designed by Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot. Silk lantern looms oversized but weightless in a reflecting pond. The lantern, fabricated according to traditional construction techniques and sewn by villagers in Vietnam. This photo was taken during Jardins de Métis edition 2006 - 2007 in Grand-Métis, Quebec, Canada.

Silk lantern in 'Le Jardin des Hespérides' designed by Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot. Silk lantern looms oversized but weightless in a reflecting pond. The lantern, fabricated according to traditional construction techniques and sewn by villagers in Vietnam. This photo was taken during Jardins de Métis edition 2006 - 2007 in Grand-Métis, Quebec, Canada.

Treppengestaltung mal anders: Rustikale Holzdielen auf weißer Schlichtheit.

Treppengestaltung mal anders: Rustikale Holzdielen auf weißer Schlichtheit.

What a light & airy architecture Scandinavian Colour + Design (@designstuff_group) on Instagram: “// ALLEN KEY HOUSE by @architectprineas Photo by @chriswarnes via @leibal :) Team DS. X…”

What a light & airy architecture Scandinavian Colour + Design (@designstuff_group) on Instagram: “// ALLEN KEY HOUSE by @architectprineas Photo by @chriswarnes via @leibal :) Team DS. X…”

Alpha Tiny House 004

Alpha Tiny House 004

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Alpha Tiny House 007

Matte Brass railing

Matte Brass railing

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Land van Ooit light pink houses zilverblauw.nl

Nestled among the trees in Shizuoka—a rural prefecture aptly nicknamed “Japan's Riviera”—is a tiny commune of curious cottages. Far from a campsite, these tent-like dwellings comprise Jikka, a charming retirement home designed by Toyko-based architect Issei Suma. The teepee-like design mimics the surrounding mountainous landscape while offering modern comforts inside—perfect for those who've spent their lives laboring, and are looking for more relaxation. Jikka was initially created ...

Japanese Women Settle Into Luxury Retirement Village in Japan

Nestled among the trees in Shizuoka—a rural prefecture aptly nicknamed “Japan's Riviera”—is a tiny commune of curious cottages. Far from a campsite, these tent-like dwellings comprise Jikka, a charming retirement home designed by Toyko-based architect Issei Suma. The teepee-like design mimics the surrounding mountainous landscape while offering modern comforts inside—perfect for those who've spent their lives laboring, and are looking for more relaxation. Jikka was initially created ...

What an amazing paradise retreat

What an amazing paradise retreat

WOW ein Stuck Altbau Traum!

WOW ein Stuck Altbau Traum!

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