Archive for février, 2016

treehauslove:

Rabeang Pasak Treehouse Resort. A wonderful resort of 9 unique treehouses secluded in a teak forest. Owned by a retired architect and his family, this resort is a truly amazing experience for those chasing a childhood dream of living in a treehouse. Located in Chiangmai, Thailand.

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valscrapbook:

Robert Doisneau, Les Petites filles du bateau, 1961

http://www.robert-doisneau.com/

“Toute ma vie je me suis amusé, je me suis fabriqué mon petit théâtre.”

woodworking-tools-and-plans:

via /r/woodworking

campbrandgoods:

Sam Thériault (@theriaultsam) spent some time in Québec and yurt gonna wanna check it out! A new Good Times Photo Series is up on Good Company Journal now! #campbrandgoods #keepitwild

Photo by: @theriaultsam

http://campbrandgoods.com/blogs/good-company/84506948-good-times-journal-gtps-012

freelovemovement:

ayearofdeepcreek:

In the spirit of Deep Creek.  Iva Bell Hot Springs, Cascade Valley, John Muir Wilderness, Sierra Nevada

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archatlas:

House on Wheels Echo Living

The most southerly member of our small building collection is the House on Wheels. Designed and built in our workshop in Scotland, it was commissioned by a yoga teacher from Glasgow who had been unable to find a solution which would protect the integrity of the tiny site and preserve its trees. It was shipped to a remote site on the island of Crete, and the little, off-grid hideaway now sits amongst the olive trees and opens up to reveal a beautiful spruce lined living space, with stunning sea views.

The building was designed to fit its site with minimal environmental impact and to satisfy local planning requirement that stipulated that the building should be on wheels. Measurements were taken to plot the position of the ancient trees, and the little cabin was designed to sit between them, and also to fit the dimensions of a single lorry for the trip to Crete. Transferred onto a Hiab for the final leg of the journey down dusty, single-track roads, it was finally craned into place between three ancient olive trees. Members of our team installed the building, overseeing its delivery and installation, and putting the finishing touches to the interior and exterior. Nestling in the olive grove under its dappled shade, the little white cabin echoes the buildings in the village on the hills above.

Images and text via Echo Living

homelesssandiego:

Hotel Endémico, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico

smallandtinyhomeideas:

URBAN THOREAUVIAN writing pavilion by architensions / photos by cameron blaylock / via designmilk / s&thi

thecindercone:

First light

goodwoodwould:

Good wood – welcome to ‘Satellite Island’ a heavenly retreat in the D´Entrecasteaux Channel, off Bruny Island, in the south of Tasmania. Think I could stay there a while.