Pinterest でおしゃれアイデアをまとめましょう!

関連トピックを見てみる

Gallery - Teshima Yokoo House / Yuko Nagayama & Associates - 9

Gallery - Teshima Yokoo House / Yuko Nagayama & Associates - 9

ANH #House by Sanuki + Nishizawa #Architects

ANH #House by Sanuki + Nishizawa #Architects

Teshima Yokoo House - YUKO NAGAYAMA&ASSOCIATES

Teshima Yokoo House - YUKO NAGAYAMA&ASSOCIATES

Underground Eco House Split into Living and Sleeping Halfs | Modern House Designs

Underground Eco House Split into Living and Sleeping Halfs

Underground Eco House Split into Living and Sleeping Halfs | Modern House Designs

永山祐子建築設計 - YUKO NAGAYAMA&ASSOCIATES

永山祐子建築設計 - YUKO NAGAYAMA&ASSOCIATES

iluminação embutida cozinha - Pesquisa Google

iluminação embutida cozinha - Pesquisa Google

Teshima Art Museum

Teshima Art Museum

Located on the edge of a 10m drop into a gorge in Vindo, on an island on the Stockholm archipelago in Sweden, the homes south / east exposure was...

Single Story Summer House Overlooks Forested Gorge in Sweden

Located on the edge of a 10m drop into a gorge in Vindo, on an island on the Stockholm archipelago in Sweden, the homes south / east exposure was...

Mumbai-based S+PS Architects have created a residence that pieces together eclectic, recycled materials to form a cohesive whole. Mimicking the speckled and incongruous Indian city, the building makes an unusual statement where it stands patched together from an array of found and re-used elements. Inspired by a collage, and influenced by the building style of the local citizens, who use found materials to erect their homes- My Modern Met

Architects Recycle Found Doors and Windows to Form Faade of a Collage House

Mumbai-based S+PS Architects have created a residence that pieces together eclectic, recycled materials to form a cohesive whole. Mimicking the speckled and incongruous Indian city, the building makes an unusual statement where it stands patched together from an array of found and re-used elements. Inspired by a collage, and influenced by the building style of the local citizens, who use found materials to erect their homes- My Modern Met

Teshima Art Museum

Teshima Art Museum

Pinterest
検索