Residence Le Nid by Anne Carrier overlooks Quebec’s Saint Lawrence River


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Residence Le Nid by Anne Carrier


Quebec studio Anne Carrier Architecture has designed a dwelling comprising a collection of rectangular volumes, which offer a balance of privacy and views in a scenic setting. Read more


3XN unveils “tallest timber office building” in North America


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T3 Bayside by 3XN


Huge zigzagging windows tease apart these two cross-laminated timber office buildings, which Danish architecture firm 3XN has proposed for TorontoRead more


Dock House in coastal Chile by SAA rests on triangular wooden stilts


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SAA Arquitectura + Territorio


Chilean firm SAA Arquitectura + Territorio has used angled stilts that gradually increase in height to raise this seaside holiday home above its sloped site and offer occupants views of Chile’s coast. Read more


Peter Pichler designs Tree House hotel rooms for forest in the Italian Dolomites


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Tree houses by Peter Pichler


Sharply pointed roofs and blackened wood cladding characterise these treehouses that Peter Pichler Architecture has designed for a mountain forest in the Dolomites of northern Italy. Read more


Berlin workshop transformed into theatre school by Ortner & Ortner Baukunst


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Ernst Busch University of Performing Arts by Ortner & Ortner Baukunst


Architecture firm Ortner & Ortner Baukunst has created a new facility for the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin, by renovating a 1950s workshop building and adding a fly tower made from fibreglass and wood. Read more


John Pawson builds Wooden Chapel for cyclists from huge logs


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Wooden Chapel by John Pawson in Bavaria, Germany


John Pawson has stacked up 144 tree trunks to create a space of rest and contemplation on a cycle route in southwest Germany. Read more


Mad Lab creates wooden vessels that resemble miniature buildings


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Utopia by Mad Lab


The wooden decorative objects in this collection by Madrid-based studio Mad Lab form a set of a scaled-down “buildings” with arched details. Read more


Timber screens divide up Tel Aviv restaurant L28 by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects


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L28 Culinary Platform by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects


Suspended timber screens and vertical vegetation feature in this Tel Aviv restaurant interior by Israeli architecture office Kimmel Eshkolot Architects. Read more


LUO Studio reuses wood salvaged from traditional houses to create Luotuowan Pergola


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LUO Studio's Luotuowan Pergola reuses wood salvaged from traditional houses


Luotuowan Pergola’s undulating geodesic canopy has been made by LUO Studio from wooden beams salvaged during the renovation of Luotuowan village in China. Read more


The Verso, Rima and Pausa pieces by Peca are based on poetic devices


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Peca furniture collection


Mexican design studio Peca has created a collection of furniture with structures based on the patterns found in poetry. Read more


The Hillside Sanctuary by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer


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Hoedemaker Pfeiffer have designed a main house and a guest house that take full advantage of the sweeping views of Puget Sound, with the main home sited on a small plateau high on top of a steeply-sloping hillside. #Architecture #ModernHouse #HouseDesign

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Atelier Pierre Thibault completes shed-like guesthouse in Quebec gardens


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Résidence des stagiaires by Pierre Thibault

Matching wooden walls, floors and furnishings blend together inside this pair of gabled buildings, designed by Canadian studio Atelier Pierre Thibault to offer communal accommodation for visitors to a Quebec nature reserve. Read more

Students erect robotically fabricated wooden bench on Vancouver university campus


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Wander Wood Pavilion by University of British Columbia

Robots sliced the interlocking, curved wooden slats that form this sculptural bench, which is currently installed on the campus of the Vancouver’s University of British Columbia. Read more

This New Home Uses Materials That Complement The Landscape


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Michael Hsu Office Of Architecture have designed a new modern weekend house in Mason, Texas, that's located on and inspired by an old family campsite. #Architecture #ModernHouse

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One For Hundred plants 100 trees for every piece of wooden furniture sold


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One For Hundred plants 100 trees for every piece of wooden furniture sold

One for Hundred is a furniture brand based in Austria that produces more wood than it uses. Read more

MAD Architects Envision The Home Of The Future As A “Living Garden” For The 2018 China House Vision Exhibition


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MAD Architects together with Hanergy have created "Living Garden", a modern pavilion that breaks down the boundaries between interior and exterior, giving inhabitants the feeling that they are living in nature. #Architecture #ModernPavilion #Wood #SolarPanels #Design

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Students build giant speaker and human-scale bird’s nest in Studio in the Woods workshops


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Studio in the Woods residency by Invisible Studio

This movie by photographer Jim Stephenson offers a look behind the scenes at this year’s Studio in the Woods, an annual architecture workshop that invites students to design and build wooden structures in a forest. Read more

Another Country launches Ori furniture that promotes health and wellbeing


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Design for the natural home by Another Country and Ekkist

British furniture studio Another Country has teamed up with design agency Ekkist to create a series of health-focused furniture pieces, including a table with a tray for a surface and a multi-use daybed. Read more

Waugh Thistleton installs modular three-storey maze in V&A’s Sackler Courtyard


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A nine-metre-high maze built from cross-laminated timber is on show at the V&A during London Design Festival, to demonstrate the potential of carbon-neutral buildings. Read more

Kieran Donnellan works with students to build tiny clifftop chapel in Lebanon


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