House 11x11 by Titus Bernhard Architekten | Dezeen
Slideshow: there are no horizontal crossbeams to interrupt the vertically striped wooden batons that clad this house outside Munich by German architects Titus Bernhard. Matching wooden slats frame the building's deep-set windows, which fold around the corners of walls as well as up over the concealed eaves. The structure below the wooden cladding is constructed from prefabricated elements that
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HTL steps in to save Terapad’s website clients when company closes down - HTL
As many already know, Sitejourney Ltd, the company behind Terapad .com, has closed its doors. Sitejourney’s management team gave the reason for closing the company that the figures were just not adding up and the company was not making enough money to make it worth while. HTLonline Ltd is the Internet Service Provider hosting the majority of Terapad’s clustered servers and datacentre infrastructure. We have stepped in the prevent the immediate deletion of the thousands of customers using…
Houses in Molenplein by Tony Fretton Architects
Rows of brick houses between a pair of canals in Den Helder, the Netherlands by Tony Fretton Architects, part of a masterplan by West 8.
Ty Pren by Feilden Fowles | Dezeen
Slate roof tiles extend down the exposed north facade of this house in Wales by London studio Feilden Fowles. Called Ty Pren, the gabled timber-framed building is clad on three sides in larch felled from the owners' land. More trees have been planted nearby in anticipation of replacing the larch cladding in 25 years' time. The
Andreas Gruber embeds minimal concrete house into the Italian hillside
A three-storey house made entirely of concrete has been set into the steep slope of the Eisack Valley in South Tyrol by local architect Andreas Gruber
Beyond the Screen apartment block with brickwork screen by OBBA
Beyond the Screen apartment block in Seoul, South Korea, with open brickwork stairwell by OBBA.