House Husarö. Location: Stockholm, Sweden; firm: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter; photos: Ake E:son Lindman; year: 2012

Gallery of House Husarö / Tham & Videgård Arkitekter - 14

Image 14 of 23 from gallery of House Husarö / Tham & Videgård Arkitekter. Photograph by Ake E:son Lindman

Charred cedar clads this garden yoga studio and office by Neil Dusheiko in north London

Charred cedar clads the exterior of this garden room that architect Neil Dusheiko designed as an office-cum-yoga studio for a north London residence

Strips of glazing wrap the walls and roof of a timber waterside summerhouse in Aure, Norway.

Naust paa Aure by TYIN tegnestue Architects. Designed by architects TYIN Tegnestue, the building is made of materials that were salvaged from a dilapidated boathouse on the site, plus new grey-patinated pine.

Gallery - Double House / Bokarev Architects - 21

Gallery of Double House / Bokarev Architects - 21

Image 10 of 21 from gallery of Double House / Bokarev Architects. Photograph by Bokarev Architects - Ilya Bokarev

Detail joint - Mountain Landing Lodge : Cheshire Architects

Timber cladding 'silvering' over time Detail joint - Mountain Landing Lodge : Cheshire Architects

Prefab houses by Cabin Fever: Their most popular design is the Maxwell Cabin…

Prefab cottages and cabin designs nowadays can be contemporary (like this Maxwell model) to the traditional (like the classic log cabins built by the Amish Wood-Tex). Customization options, design formats, floorplans, and pricing run the gamut.

Standing Seam Cladding, Ant House, MA-STYLE Architects, Japan

To know more about mA-style architects Ant House, visit Sumally, a social network that gathers together all the wanted things in the world! Featuring over 14 other mA-style architects items too!

Rusty roofing Buy Corten Roofing (A606) at exterior

Corrugated Corten Roofing, Standing Seam, Wall Panels, Corten Coil and Flats. Corten Shipped Inexpensively Throughout U.

charred wood cottage, Brittany

Before and After: A Charred Wood Cottage, on a $45K Budget

Japanese charred-wood technique of shou-sugi-ban. Charring wood makes it weather- and mold-resistant, a benefit near the sea.