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Belgian architecture firm l’escaut expanded the footprint of a graphic designer’s home in Belgium with this tiny sunken workshop topped with a green roof.

A well traveled woman

Rough foundation for guest house w/ mini kitchen, bed inside. Deck, seating, heater, lights outside.

The house may appear conventional at a glance, but a closer look shows how Oostenbruggen has pushed the boundaries of the traditional gabled typology. It has an asymmetrical roof, with slate shingles that extend down the eastern side to close it off completely.

A Netherlands timber cabin which was completely build by hand & on the foundations of a previous greenhouse photo via Dwell Magazine as featured by our friends over at Leÿer ✨