Over in Warburg (Alberta, Canada), there is this precious little cabin house I’ve been seeing pop all over Pinterest/Facebook. The Warburg House is just so simple and cute!
Designed by Bioi, the 748sq/ft space goes for wood and concrete, for clean lines and open space. At the back, a repurposed log cabin, used for storage.
Compact, efficient, simple, liveable. Pretty desirable for all of it under $100,000, might I add! :)
La Firme, based in Montreal, dables into anything from object to architecture.
I had seen that folding chair somewhere around the web before, but how AWESOME is that BBQ lamp huh!? And the custom wooden bike… I have no words! :)
Via } Design Milk
Over in Australia, Russell & George likes to blur the lines between different fields of design practice. Between architecture and interior design and art, they truly enhance spaces without using boundaries.
Makes for GORGEOUS rooms and AWESOME atmospheres!
Via } Desire To Inspire
This 2007 project by dmvA Architecten (Netherlands) I find just awesome! Once in a while, a city design work appeals to me, it seems! I like the woods, and I like the city, but urban home exteriors seems to be much harder (with reason) to accomplish with uniqueness and a special touch that makes my heart pump! :)
As for House BVA, I’m especially fond of the exterior brick work, which was created because the client wanted privacy on the street side. I mean, look at it! It’s like knitting brick!!! How beautiful!!!
Via } Architizer
This house is heaven for bare material fans! You’d think this would make for a very underwhelming space, but clearly, it can be quite grandiose of a result!
I absolutely love the nakedness of this house by
Andreas Fuhrimann Gabrielle Hächler Architects.
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This Orchard House in Czech Republic, by Nachazel Architekti, is just making my blood flow stop.
Wood, concrete. More wood. Wooooood. Hahaha!
Animated plans (below)? Yeahhh, loving it! :)
via } Architizer <– LOVE that site, it’s worth a look!! :)