House in Kamiosuga | Hiroshima Jun.2009
by Suppose Design Office
The inspiration cames from the Japanese author Sei Shonagon, best known as the author of The Pillow Book. It is a book of observations about her life during the early 11 th century while she was serving in the court of the Empress. It includes her personal thoughts, interesting events and poetry. This project is based on my observations of daily life’s imperfections, and each words or sentences are laser-cut out of card.
By Sopi Su
Chicken Point Cabin Olson Kundig Architect
“The idea for the cabin is that of a lakeside shelter in the woods—a little box with a big window that opens to the surrounding landscape. The cabin’s big window-wall (30 feet by 20 feet) opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Materials are low maintenance—concrete block, steel, concrete floors and plywood—in keeping with the notion of a cabin, and left unfinished to naturally age and acquire a patina that fits in with the natural setting. The cabin sleeps ten.”
Tom Kundig, Design Principal
Steven Rainville, Project Manager
For coffee lovers!
Inspiring house at a white forest. Samsø Pedersen’s family house is located in the cozy Hareskovby in North Zealand.
I loved the old front door and the peaceful and harmonious, nature inspired color combinations!
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