Enflo Arkitekter’s simplistic Gotland Summer House on the Swedish island in the Baltic Sea emulates the region's barns and features sliding louvered walls that open the structure to the land on each side.
Japanese studio UID Architects: used cedar to clad the exterior walls, then lined the interior with plywood panels.
Jonathan Tuckey Design | Frame House: Skeletal partitions allow more light into the terraced house and comply with planning.
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Do you think the window should be openable? Would help with ventilation on hot summers evenings
When Alex or Bruce leave the island, closing up shop is as simple as sliding panels of corrugated metal into place to protect the windows. http://www.dwell.com/green/slideshow/green-cottage-getaway-maine#14
Love the sliding louvre doors - great idea to close off our pergola area for the sun in summer and for cosiness in winter