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The Green Oak Carpentry Company: The Quince Tree 3 Spanning 9 metres these large bow string trusses work very hard as they carry an "intensive green roof", surely the heaviest of roof types as the growing medium must retain enough moisture to sustain plant growth.

The Green Oak Carpentry Company: The Quince Tree 3 Spanning 9 metres these large bow string trusses work very hard as they carry an "intensive green roof", surely the heaviest of roof types as the growing medium must retain enough moisture to sustain plant growth.

Millions of people frequent the bustling Bangkok city scene; from dining to shopping, indoor shows to outdoor amusement, this Thai metropolis of 6.3 million is bursting with plenty to do and see. However, Vivarium restaurant isn’t just “another” dining location in which to take a gander, rather it is set to be THE dining destination, …

An converted warehouse is the setting for this Asian-fusion restaurant in Bangkok by young Thai design agency Hypothesis.

Chestnut Hill Riding Academy, who knew an indoor could have such nice ambiance

Chapel St Genevieve / OBIKA Architecture

Gallery of Chapel St Genevieve / OBIKA Architecture - 1

Chapel St Genevieve / OBIKA Architecture Architects: OBIKA Architecture Location: Saint-Maurice-sous-les-Côtes, France Architects In Charge: Caroline Leloup Szalkowski, Katarina Dubravcova Malingrey Area: 70 sqm Year: 2014

Steel beams and lovely timber roof

Farrar residence is a 1200 sqm house located in Park City, Utah. Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has created a tour-de-force in stone, concrete, wood and steel.

Avenue Road Showroom: black trusses contrast with white exposed ceiling and HVAC

Yabu Pushelberg have designed the Avenue Road showroom in Toronto, Canada. The custom-designed Toronto showroom space is simple and symmetrical, providing a flawless backdrop for the brand’s worldly furniture collections.

Nest We Grow in Hokkaido, Japan 5 Japanese architectural firm Kengo Kuma and a team of students at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design created 'Nest We Grow', an elaborate timber community food hub recently constructed on the island of Hokkaido. The structure's timber frame actually mimics the vertical spatial experience of a Japanese larch forest. The team added plenty of beams for hanging fish and produce and a central tea platform with a sunken fireplace. The building is…

Nest We Grow in Hokkaido, Japan

Image 1 of 36 from gallery of Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley + Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Shinkenchiku-sha

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