The Nest - The roof rakes north to south to admit light without overshadowing the neighbours, In renovating a Melbourne bungalow, Zen Architects considers efficiency and sustainability, as well as the neighbouring aspect.

The roof. The Nest - The roof rakes north to south to admit light without overshadowing the neighbours, In renovating a Melbourne bungalow, Zen Architects considers efficiency and sustainability, as well as the neighbouring aspect.

The old and the new next to each other - The Happy Rizzi-House in  Braunschweig, Germany

Happy Rizzi House”, an office building designed by Rizzi in Braunschweig, Germany. It was built in 2001 by German architect Konrad Kloster and designer James Rizzi. Happy Rizzi House can [.

C.Dupré - Braunschweig - Schnitt 1

Braunschweig Terminus !

C.Dupré - Braunschweig - Schnitt 1

I had one of these hidden Appliance cabinets in my last house....it is the best. Always tidy when the roller door is down. I stored the kettle, coffee,/tea/sugar etc, toaster, coffee maker and the hidden power points... A cabinet like this is a must in every kitchen. I will post photos of my kitchen, To die for.

M thinks that having a corner appliance garage could be cool--perhaps being cutting off the whole corner, with doors that open flush to the walls.

Allan Street, Brunswick / Gardiner Architects

Allan Street, Brunswick / Gardiner Architects

Tiny home New Brunswick

New Brunswick-468

Tiny home New Brunswick

Brunswick Extension by ArchiBlox (via Lunchbox Architect)

Laundry

Like the rail for drying shirts inside Brunswick Extension by ArchiBlox (via Lunchbox Architect)

Bungalows größerer Ausdehnung und Gebäudetiefe profitieren nicht nur von wandhohen Fenstern, sondern auch von Lichthöfen. Gleich drei davon gibt es hier: Sie sorgen für Intimität und räumliche Varianz. Die massive Südwand dagegen schützt die Bewohner vor neugierigen Blicken und sorgt für Geborgenheit.

Bungalow aus Holz und Glas: Lichthof in der Mitte des Hauses

Bungalows größerer Ausdehnung und Gebäudetiefe profitieren nicht nur von wandhohen Fenstern, sondern auch von Lichthöfen. Gleich drei davon gibt es hier: Sie sorgen für Intimität und räumliche Varianz. Die massive Südwand dagegen schützt die Bewohner vor neugierigen Blicken und sorgt für Geborgenheit.

EFH F,  Nähe Braunschweig: skandinavische Häuser von gondesen architekt

EFH F, Nähe Braunschweig von gondesen architekt

EFH F, Nähe Braunschweig: skandinavische Häuser von gondesen architekt

architektenhaus bei braunschweig, architekt: hans-joachim pysall, aus “landhaus und bungalow”, 1961

architektenhaus bei braunschweig, architekt: hans-joachim pysall, aus “landhaus und bungalow”, 1961

C.Dupré - Braunschweig - Schnitt 2

Braunschweig Terminus !

C.Dupré - Braunschweig - Schnitt 2

Black + White extension | Cantilever in collaboration with Ben Callery Architects | Photography by Tatjana Plitt | Styling by Tatjana Plitt & Ben Callery | Made in Brunswick, Melbourne | www.cantileverinteriors.com/kitchen-design-inspiration-blog

Bloomfield Street – a whole-home approach

Mark Erickson.  I think this is the architect in me, but I really really LOVE the detail of this piece.  The watercolored water and terrain is so organic.  The white masked hexagon pattern underlay has been so carefully executed, it really creates a third dymanic to the piece.  The thin, crisp black ink outline distinguishes that map.  This is awesome!

architectural map rendering which seeks to convey the experience, emotion, and power of a place. This artists work looks slightly like Derek Lerner's map work

Lloyd’s of London Building by Richard Rogers
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Crazy lights, night, dark, traffic, blurry, one dude not moving, think Zanarkand or landscape dudes on DA

AD Classics: Lloyd's of London Building / Richard Rogers

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