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Compact Home Design - Amazing Stacked House

Compact Home Design - Amazing Stacked House

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Completed in 2015 in Dub, Czech Republic. Images by BoysPlayNice  . At the site of the original farmhouse from the late 19th century, in the village of Javornice in southern Bohemia, there is a new, partially...

Javornik Distillery / ADR s.r.o.

Completed in 2015 in Dub, Czech Republic. Images by BoysPlayNice . At the site of the original farmhouse from the late 19th century, in the village of Javornice in southern Bohemia, there is a new, partially...

Atelier 100architecture slots contemporary house into French medieval city centre

Atelier 100architecture slots contemporary house into French medieval city centre (Dezeen)

Atelier 100architecture slots contemporary house into French medieval city centre

Sensing spaces Royal Academy, London, UK 2014 pavilion 90 m2 How could a minimum material induce a maximum effect on a body? That was our starting point. The more the volume of the material is reduced, the more human body becomes sensitive and tries to concentrate on the limited, thin, small and slight material in order to smell out or catch “something” from it. Japanese tea house has actually followed this principle and has continued to be cut down its volume of materials. You could easily…

Sensing spaces

Sensing spaces Royal Academy, London, UK 2014 pavilion 90 m2 How could a minimum material induce a maximum effect on a body? That was our starting point. The more the volume of the material is reduced, the more human body becomes sensitive and tries to concentrate on the limited, thin, small and slight material in order to smell out or catch “something” from it. Japanese tea house has actually followed this principle and has continued to be cut down its volume of materials. You could easily…

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