KODA is a tiny solar-powered house that can move with its owners KODA by Kodasema – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building - created via https://pinthemall.net

KODA is a tiny solar-powered house that can move with its owners KODA by Kodasema – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Buildi. - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

The $500 DIY Glass Home by Nick Olson & Lilah Horwitz. Believe it or not, this house in West Virginia was built with just $500. It’s made of wood and recycled glass.

20 Outstanding Architectural Designs From All Over the Globe

In country interior it is very important to have a natural light. Large windows is a great solution to let sun light in a house. Your home will change a tone in Yellow day, blue evening and pink morning. Perfect place for a library or reading area👍👍👌

The Toronto based firm Farrow Partnership Architects designed and built a unique, modern tree house, which is made from sustainable material...

E’terra Samara is a planned eco resort designed by Farrow Partnership studio that consists of twelve treehouse villas located in Canada’s Bruce Peninsula forest. The unusual suspended design was.

Enjoy longer evenings around the fire with the dual purpose TOLE K60 Garden Fire & Barbeque. Its innovative design and #cookingaccessories allow grilling, smoking, teppanyaki, wok & raclette.

PLEASURE FROM YOUR ALL YEAR ROUND The dual purpose TOLE Garden Fire & Barbeque brings your loved ones together. The innovative design and cooking accessories allow grilling, smoking, teppanyaki, wok & raclette.

Ahhhh. I've loved this house/meditation room since I first saw it in Woodstock Handmade Houses in the '70s. A real thrill to see it again! Thank you@Barbara-Rose Pierre Paul for pointing this site out to me! Merci!

I've loved this house/meditation room since I first saw it in Woodstock Handmade Houses in the A real thrill to see it facial mask bow gift ideas earrings

With the cost of construction and renovation processes skyrocketing, investing in an affordable low cost second dwelling on your existing house lot is often a clever idea. This 592 square foot home (55sqm) one bedroom granny flat is presented to us by Kim Alexander builders in collaboration with Baahouse + Baastudio. “Granny flats, or secondary dwellings are making a comeback in the Australian backyard due to their affordability and practicality.

This 592 square foot home one bedroom granny flat is presented to us by Kim Alexander builders in collaboration with Baahouse + Baastudio


More ideas
Pinterest
Search