arkitekt kenneth arboe / hus odder

Enkelthed og storslået natur

Cool combination of materials and a beautiful meeting between nature and architecture

I try to make stuff that's a mix of beautiful form and functional design......... Sometimes I get pretty close!#curveskeepmestraight

I try to make stuff that's a mix of beautiful form and functional design. Sometimes I get pretty close!

Gallery - Timber Fin House / Neil Dusheiko Architects - 8

Gallery of Timber Fin House / Neil Dusheiko Architects - 8

Image 8 of 29 from gallery of Timber Fin House / Neil Dusheiko Architects. Photograph by Neil Dusheiko Architects

mtex_12999, Wood, Facade, Architektur, CAD, Textur, Tiles, kostenlos, free, Wood, Schilliger Holz:

mtex_12999, Wood, Facade, Architektur, CAD, Textur, Tiles, kostenlos, free, Wood, Schilliger Holz:

Bildresultat för erfarenhet av arvesund arkitekter

Bildresultat för erfarenhet av arvesund arkitekter

Fermacell Lars Vejen fermacell ACOUSTIC barcode private villa reference

Acoustic panel design by Lars Vejen for Fermacell offers an innovative solution for architects to work with acoustic as active part of interior

Villans uttryck hämtas ur minimalistisk arkitektur och klassisk nordiskt formspråk. Norra Koxåsvägen 20 - Bjurfors

Villans uttryck hämtas ur minimalistisk arkitektur och klassisk nordiskt formspråk. Norra Koxåsvägen 20 - Bjurfors

Two Pavilions by Tom Robertson Architects

Two Pavilions by Tom Robertson Architects

On a gentle rise looking toward the distant Victorian coastline sits a timber-clad building, clearly contemporary yet so thoughtfully designed that it resonates in tune with its natural setting. While the elevations are consistent, calling to mind the unmistakable silhouette of a rural barn, the project by Tom Robertson Architects actually consists of two pavilions that mirror each other, joined by a central breezeway.

Two Pavilions by Tom Robertson Architects - Project Overview / Bose

On a gentle rise looking toward the distant Victorian coastline sits a timber-clad building, clearly contemporary yet so thoughtfully designed that it resonates in tune with its natural setting. While the elevations are consistent, calling to mind the unmistakable silhouette of a rural barn, the project by Tom Robertson Architects actually consists of two pavilions that mirror each other, joined by a central breezeway.

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