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Project: dekleva gregorič architects  Project team: Aljoša Dekleva, Tina Gregorič, Vid Zabel, Primož Boršič  Location: Slovenia Year: 2016 Images: © Flavio Coddou

In Chimney House Dekleva Gregoric architects respected the rules of local architecture opting in favor of the prevailing gabled roof type of the houses and respecting volumetric and material parameters

Inviting Home in Australia Cleverly Combining Traditional and Modern Features

Elliott Ripper House / Christopher Polly Architect~Love the windows and the simplicity of this room.

Très Bon Goût

Très Bon Goût

Swedish House | Contemporist

Villa Bondo, a family home near Gothenburg, Sweden / Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture

Alcove for the bed. Agh gorgeous gorgeous, I love the different paint colors.

As a kid I had my single bed in a little nook. In college I made a cave out of pillows for my lofted extra long bed. Cavernous and cozy nook for my adult bed? Sounds like a dream come true!

This is a conversion of a Japanese traditional residence into a book cafe in Nara World Helitage Site. Tributed to The Shosoin Repository which kept many anc...

This is a conversion of a Japanese traditional residence into a book cafe in Nara World Helitage Site. Tributed to The Shosoin Repository which kept many anc.

House THE / n-lab architects

House THE / n-lab architects

House THE in Luxembourg rises from n-lab architect

Image 2 of 25 from gallery of Thong House / Nishizawa Architects. Photograph by Hiroyuki Oki

Gallery of Thong House / NISHIZAWAARCHITECTS - 2

Gallery of Thong House / Nishizawa Architects - 2 Thong House,© Hiroyuki Oki

Morphosis, the studio founded by Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne, has refurbished a series of guest rooms at the Vals mountain retreat in Switzerland.

Morphosis designs bedrooms for hotel at Zumthor's Vals spa

Morphosis Rooms at 7132 Hotel in Vals, Switzerland

Bernardo Bader — Haus am Moor

Built by Bernardo Bader Architects in , Austria with date Images by Adolf Bereuter. Bernardo Bader Architects used locally sourced spruce, fir and elm to clad the interior and exterior of this rural ca.

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