Built by Bernardo Bader Architects in , Austria with date Images by Adolf Bereuter. Bernardo Bader Architects used locally sourced spruce, fir and elm to clad the interior and exterior of this rural ca.
Using glass, a series of movable wooden screens, wood slats, and a slate roof Zecc Architecten & Roel van Norel create a small modern cottage that can adapt to the needs of the users in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Outside, the couple clad the house with a rain screen of strips of spruce to create a “modern rustic barn.” The extra-deep sills of the first-floor window become a bench on the outside and a shelf on the inside. Photo by: Aya Brackett
House for Mother by Malm-based architecture studio Frstberg Arkitektur Och Formgivning FAF, is a corrugated aluminum clad house located in Linkping, Sweden, that will take part of the Linkpingsbo 2017 housing exhibition.
Solar-Powered Great Barrier House Fuses Modern Technology and Island Life Great Barrier House by Crosson Clarke and Carnachan – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building