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Casa D’estate, Linescio / Buchner Bründler Architekten

Buchner Bründler Architekten - Casa d’Estate, Linescio I like the tub spout going up, over, and around the existing beam in the bottom image. Via, photos (C) Ruedi Walti. Buchner Bründler recently published their first monograph with GTA.

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The Butantã Residence designed by architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Located in São Paulo, Brazil and completed in Photo: ArchDaily

House with Gardens by Tetsuo Kondo Architects

The Beautiful Shapes Of Modern Japanese Architecture

Architecture, Astonishing Small House Japan With Gardens Designed By Tetsuo Kondo Architects In Kanagawa Featuring White Exterior Idea With Unique Shape: Small home design with interior garden in Kanagawa

This modern residential design involves extensive usage of glass for the house's perimeter and a brightly lit staircase and interior to emphasize its 21st century predication.

This modern residential design involves extensive usage of glass for the house's perimeter and a brightly lit staircase and interior to emphasize its century predication.

Home Design Inspiration For Your Living Room -

Love this natural and simple interior. The white fur and burlap/natural linen cushion on the seating bench and that beautiful wood hewn table sealed in a glossy finish. Another attic idea

Photos of the Dhaka-based studio's SA Residence project - Completed in 2010, - located in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

SA Residence by Shatotto Architects

A boat by the "ghat" (steps) into a courtyard pool in a meditative house in Dhaka, Bangladesh SA Residence by Shatotto Architects

Carving the space and defining our zones with a diaphanous gauze such as this could be interesting.  Very topical.  In theatre of course, the use of heavy drapes, legs, borders, cycloramas and sharks tooth gauze is ubiquitous.

Carving the space and defining our zones with a diaphanous gauze such as this could be interesting. Very topical. In theatre of course, the use of heavy drapes, legs, borders, cycloramas and sharks tooth gauze is ubiquitous.

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