Concrete House by Studio Gil
a thin layer of charcoal protects from bugs, weather, fire. also brings out the grain and knots, gives a nice sheen and unifies every detail into black
French practice Moussafir Architectes completed this refurbishment and extension of a house in the Parisian suburbs, adding deep larch wood window frames.
Mortehoe House by McLean Quinlan Architects
kitchen/dining space with industrial feel. Warmth of the timber and exposed brick paired with charcoal grey trim. (design by CHANG Architects)
wood shelving. Reminds me of a spa. Would be great in a bathroom
Paris studio Marchi Architectes layered up timber slats of different thicknesses to give an irregular texture to the walls - see more on Dezeen
Scaffolding board table, like the way it meets the floor. Will have to show my husband this idea, it will be a great extension to his decking project