A more practical approach to an entire wood facade; setting the windows to the background helps the wood remain whole about the facade while allowing for daylight purposes.

Montreal’s residential neighbourhoods, densely sowed throughout the 20th century, are interspersed with tiny homes, strewn here and there in the urban landscape. When these buildings are left behind and go on sale, they offer architects a new...

Montreal’s residential neighbourhoods, densely sowed throughout the century, are interspersed with tiny homes, strewn here and there in the urban landscape. When these buildings are left behind and go on sale, they offer architects

Love the flow of space and openess

A Victorian house in London via William Tozer Architecture & Design. Love the flow of space - black framed doors, minimalist kitchen, indoor/outdoor space, light wood floors, lots of windows and natural light

Sugamo Shinkin Bank, Tokyo, by Emmanuelle Moureaux #JoeFresh #Travel

Sugamo Shinkin Bank – Nakaaoki branch / emmanuelle moureaux architecture + design © Daisuke Shima / Nacasa & Partners Every other balcony as a forest.

Elwood Townhouses / McAllister Alcock Architects

Elwood Townhouses / McAllister Alcock Architects

www.iqglassuk.com Frameless fixed structural glass window or 'Picture Window' at residential extension by IQ Glass

Kitchen: Frameless fixed structural glass window or 'Picture Window' at residential extension by IQ Glass

Green Tea Architects - Side Return Extension, Brockley, London

Green Tea Architects - Side Return Extension, Brockley, London Colour Brick Cosmetics say - This property’s extension has been brick matched well but if thats not possible, for a variety of reasons, tint it so it does

modern window seat

Interior detail for bay window. Stretching out the "window seat" so that it is actually a place where you would want to settle.

Victorian in the front, modern in the back: A couple re-energized their Victorian terrace house in London by adding a bright, white modern addition //

this couple in London craved order, light, and space but were prepared to settle for a washing machine. In came architect William Tozer with a plan that inserted clean white planes into the envelope of their Victorian terrace house in London.

Vega Cottage by Kolman Boye Architects

Architecture/Interior Design / Vega Cottage by Kolman Boye Architects references weathered Norwegian boathouses

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