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Final Wooden House, Kumamura Village, Japan, Sou Fujimoto Architects

Final Wooden House - Prefettura di Kumamoto, Japan - 2008 - Sou Fujimoto Architects Sketching- 'dialogue with himself'

Play Structure | Elysium Playground | Architect: Cox Raynor Architects | Photography: ©Christopher Frederick Jones | Website: Arch Daily

Elysium Playground / Cox Rayner Architects

Image 9 of 13 from gallery of Elysium Playground / Cox Rayner Architects. Photograph by Christopher Frederick Jones

Galería de Final Wooden House / Sou Fujimoto - 23

Galería de Final Wooden House / Sou Fujimoto - 23

- INTERIEURS MONTREALAIS -  On connaît surtout les ravissants extérieurs des condos du Plateau du Mont-Royal, mais Montréal regorge de trésors en ce qui concerne le design d’intérieur. Quelques visites dans la ville la plus branchée du Québec ! #designquebec #condomontrealais #designmontrealais

- INTERIEURS MONTREALAIS - On connaît surtout les ravissants extérieurs des condos du Plateau du Mont-Royal, mais Montréal regorge de trésors en ce qui concerne le design d’intérieur. Quelques visites dans la ville la plus branchée du Québec ! #designquebec #condomontrealais #designmontrealais

Final Wooden House by Sou Fujimoto

The Final Wooden House, a playful weekend home by architect Sou Fujimoto in Kumamoto, Japan, is as atypic as it gets.

A. Baker (ACT) by DesignOffice Australia.   All images courtesy Australian Interior Design Awards.

Wow, reclaimed wood bar and exposed brick. Lovely lighting and casual concrete floors. Donny's Bar (NSW) by Luchetti Krelle : The best cafe, bar and restaurant interiors of 2014

Final Wooden House  Sou Fujimoto Architects/Kumamoto

Final Wooden House Sou Fujimoto Architects/Kumamoto

sou fujimoto wooden house

Final Wooden House by Sou Fujimoto shows the versatility of wood. Creating a house in the form of a game of Jenga, the wood allows Fujimoto to construct walls, seats, floors, furniture and windows.

Taking its lead from a Swedish building code, a new book proposes ingenious concepts that can fit in 270 square feet.

How Much Could You Do with 270 Square Feet?

This archetypal Swedish building form shaped like a Monopoly house serves as an artists studio with a simple plywood interior and massive skylights to let in natural sunlight. Architecture Photo by Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter by dwellmagazine

Timber Frame Design

Custom designing and building sustainable timber frame homes and light commercial post and beam structures nationwide since We have a network of timberframe builders and over 5000 timber frame designs.

Torsten Sherwood - Work

Design by Torsten Sherwood. Furniture inspired by the craft and construction of wooden joinery.

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