Timber Fin House by Neil Dusheiko | Dezeen
This extension to a north London home comprises three shed-like blocks clad in unfinished larch. British architect Neil Dusheiko designed the single-storey structure for clients who wanted to add an extra living room and bedroom onto the rear of their house. Oak-framed doors fold away from the rear timber wall to open both rooms out to
TIMBER FIN HOUSE | Neil Dusheiko Architects | Archello
Project Summary The Hadley family had lived in their Walthamstow house for four years and needed more space to accommodate the growing family – five of them were squeezed into a small two-b...
Flat-packed cabin could be assembled like IKEA furniture
A Vancouver-based startup's conceptual design for flat-packed recreational cabins would allow users to build holiday homes for themselves
Ermitage Cabin by Septembre Architecture
Wooden cabin in Sweden by Septembre Architecture containing a sauna and a bedroom with large picture windows that frame views of the surrounding forest.
The Black Shack | Architecture of Latvia | est living
Jurmula in Latvia, is the perfect example of a modern renovation meeting old world charm. What looks and feels like a time worn but modernised fishing shack of sorts designed by architect Andris Kronbergs for ARHIS is a classic case of old house new skin when it comes to the exterior aesthetic. The team at ARHIS explain that the chosen exterior colour is a nod to the bleached tar used on