July 28, 2014
fuckyournoguchicoffeetable:

Fuck your bull horns. 

fuckyournoguchicoffeetable:

Fuck your bull horns. 

July 28, 2014

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July 28, 2014
styletaboo:

Vincent Van Duysen - VDVG Residence [detail]

styletaboo:

Vincent Van Duysen - VDVG Residence [detail]

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July 28, 2014

July 27, 2014

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July 27, 2014

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July 27, 2014
cabbagerose:

simplicity, softness, purtity: maison palmeraie, marrakech, morocco/Belgian interior designer Esther Gutmer with architect Helena Marczewski
photography by richard powers
via: yellowtrace

cabbagerose:

simplicity, softness, purtity: maison palmeraie, marrakech, morocco/Belgian interior designer Esther Gutmer with architect Helena Marczewski

photography by richard powers

via: yellowtrace

July 27, 2014

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July 27, 2014
slipperyslipperyslope:

(via Atelier Takagi)

slipperyslipperyslope:

(via Atelier Takagi)

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July 27, 2014

throughjo:

minimalistic elegance…

Lionel Sonkes store by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects and Marc Merckx

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July 27, 2014

enochliew:

Reconversão de Sequeiro by Jose Gigante

Conversion of a granary into a home.

(Source: josegigante.com)

July 27, 2014
thatch folly..

An old classmate has designed and constructed this timber structure + thatch on the west coast of Ireland.
Jeffry’s House..

thatch folly..

An old classmate has designed and constructed this timber structure + thatch on the west coast of Ireland.
Jeffry’s House..

July 25, 2014
thatch folly..

An old classmate has designed and constructed this timber structure + thatch on the west coast of Ireland.
Jeffry’s House..

thatch folly..

An old classmate has designed and constructed this timber structure + thatch on the west coast of Ireland.
Jeffry’s House..

July 19, 2014

faberworkshop:

Alexander Lowie

July 19, 2014
burnedshoes:

© Webster & Stevens, ca. 1919, Stacks of lumber drying, Seattle

The Cedar Lumber Manufacturing Company’s mill, located just west of the Ballard Bridge, was the largest in Ballard. At the mill, logs were cut into lumber which was then dried for at least nine months before being sold. The stacks of drying lumber were over 50 feet high. In 1958, these stacks caught fire and burned. Ballard residents remembered the huge blaze for many years. (+)

This reminds me of my grandfather’s “lumberyard” that my brother and me used as adventure playground when we were kids. My grandfather used to be “Wagnermeister”, now an extincted job: he was more or less a carpenter who was specialized in the construction of horse carriages and cartwheels (German: “Wagen” = cart, carriage).
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burnedshoes:

© Webster & Stevens, ca. 1919, Stacks of lumber drying, Seattle

The Cedar Lumber Manufacturing Company’s mill, located just west of the Ballard Bridge, was the largest in Ballard. At the mill, logs were cut into lumber which was then dried for at least nine months before being sold. The stacks of drying lumber were over 50 feet high. In 1958, these stacks caught fire and burned. Ballard residents remembered the huge blaze for many years. (+)

This reminds me of my grandfather’s “lumberyard” that my brother and me used as adventure playground when we were kids. My grandfather used to be “Wagnermeister”, now an extincted job: he was more or less a carpenter who was specialized in the construction of horse carriages and cartwheels (German: “Wagen” = cart, carriage).

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