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Don't change, embrace!

Don't change, embrace!

Villa Saboya Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret, built between 1928 and 1931 location: Poissy, in the outskirts of Paris, France

Villa Saboya Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret, built between 1928 and 1931 location: Poissy, in the outskirts of Paris, France

Die Treppe als Oase im nüchternen Grau des Raumes

Die Treppe als Oase im nüchternen Grau des Raumes

This is an incredible staircase design.

This is an incredible staircase design.

Shou sugi ban timber with bright dividers on the exterior of a residence in Amsterdam designed by architect Pieter Weijnen, who studied wood charring techniques in Naoshima, Japan. Photograph via Dwell.

Shou sugi ban timber with bright dividers on the exterior of a residence in Amsterdam designed by architect Pieter Weijnen, who studied wood charring techniques in Naoshima, Japan. Photograph via Dwell.

Architect Go Hasegawa collaborated with San Francisco–based company Airbnb to craft this two-story dwelling, clad in Yoshino cedar, as a combination community center and guest accommodation, with the first floor serving as a cozy public area for the townspeople to relax and chat and the second floor providing space for travelers and guests. After House Vision 2016, the prototype will be moved to the town of Yoshino and listed on Airbnb.

Architect Go Hasegawa collaborated with San Francisco–based company Airbnb to craft this two-story dwelling, clad in Yoshino cedar, as a combination community center and guest accommodation, with the first floor serving as a cozy public area for the townspeople to relax and chat and the second floor providing space for travelers and guests. After House Vision 2016, the prototype will be moved to the town of Yoshino and listed on Airbnb.

Architect Go Hasegawa collaborated with San Francisco–based company Airbnb to craft this two-story dwelling, clad in Yoshino cedar, as a combination community center and guest accommodation, with the first floor serving as a cozy public area for the townspeople to relax and chat and the second floor providing space for travelers and guests. After House Vision 2016, the prototype will be moved to the town of Yoshino and listed on Airbnb.

Architect Go Hasegawa collaborated with San Francisco–based company Airbnb to craft this two-story dwelling, clad in Yoshino cedar, as a combination community center and guest accommodation, with the first floor serving as a cozy public area for the townspeople to relax and chat and the second floor providing space for travelers and guests. After House Vision 2016, the prototype will be moved to the town of Yoshino and listed on Airbnb.

Holiday Home in Vitznau,© Roger Frei

Holiday Home in Vitznau,© Roger Frei

SHOU SUGI BAN HOUSE traditional Japanese burnt wood

SHOU SUGI BAN HOUSE traditional Japanese burnt wood

TGA verschattungs elemente

TGA verschattungs elemente