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Buchner Bründler Architekten Wohnhaus Bläsiring

Buchner Bründler Architekten Wohnhaus Bläsiring

Claus en Kaan Architecten - Haarlemmerbuurt Housing, Amsterdam 1995 (prev). Via, photos (C) Ger van der Vlugt.

Claus en Kaan Architecten - Haarlemmerbuurt Housing, Amsterdam 1995 (prev). Via, photos (C) Ger van der Vlugt.

Basement floor with third story. Take a look at all pics on site. Cool living/dining/kitchen combo

Basement floor with third story. Take a look at all pics on site. Cool living/dining/kitchen combo

Designed by Lacaja Arquitectos, this kindergarten has a very beautiful wooden facade with built-in planters. It’s like a vertical garden that’s part of the building.

Designed by Lacaja Arquitectos, this kindergarten has a very beautiful wooden facade with built-in planters. It’s like a vertical garden that’s part of the building.

This office building has their logo integrated into the design of the wood siding.

This office building has their logo integrated into the design of the wood siding.

----- The Dairy House / Skene Catling de la Peña

----- The Dairy House / Skene Catling de la Peña

704 square feet: A vertically stacked wooden box in Portland fits a variety of multipurpose spaces with tall ceilings, fit for an enterprising couple, their hard-working garden, and smartly designed outdoor spaces. Photo by John Clark.

704 square feet: A vertically stacked wooden box in Portland fits a variety of multipurpose spaces with tall ceilings, fit for an enterprising couple, their hard-working garden, and smartly designed outdoor spaces. Photo by John Clark.

When it was built in 1755, Tate House in Portland, Maine was considered a large and elegant home. The house was constructed for Captain George Tate (1700-1794) and his family who had arrived in the Colonies around 1750. Tate served as the Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, overseeing the cutting and shipping of white pines from Maine to England. With its clapboards still unpainted, Tate House is one of two residences in Maine with an unusual clerestory in the gambrel roof.

When it was built in 1755, Tate House in Portland, Maine was considered a large and elegant home. The house was constructed for Captain George Tate (1700-1794) and his family who had arrived in the Colonies around 1750. Tate served as the Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, overseeing the cutting and shipping of white pines from Maine to England. With its clapboards still unpainted, Tate House is one of two residences in Maine with an unusual clerestory in the gambrel roof.

Tall home with wooden exterior that doesn't match neighboring houses at all | © Toshiyuki Yano

Tall home with wooden exterior that doesn't match neighboring houses at all | © Toshiyuki Yano

Au Bon Coin / Atelier D’architecture Ramdam

Au Bon Coin / Atelier D’architecture Ramdam