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Realrich Sjarief Home & Office for Himself Jakarka, Indonesia 2015 This thing is a bit overdesigned, but it's nonetheless pretty damn ambitious.
There are some dinghies and/or a sailboat down at the water.
Salmela Architect Berquist House and Sauna Retreat Lake Superior, Minnesota 2016
MW Works Retreat House Somewhere, Washington 2016
I click on an individual photo in each project's page and then it should open in the window (with flash I believe) and it lets me save the image as a png file. It always saves the image with the file name "canvas" which will give me white blocks of blank space on the side. Then I go into Microsoft paint and crop them. FYI, I'm using the Mozilla Firefox browser. If I remember correctly, it was difficult to save them with Chrome. Not sure if Internet Explorer is easier....
Antonio da Sangallo the Younger Palazzo Farnese Rome 1517
Gunnar Martinsson & Wolfgang Huebner Storkällan Chapel Stockholm, Sweden 1970
Lazzarini Pickering Architetti Via Gulia Apartment (Renovation) Rome, Italy 2005
http://divisare.com/ ^ My favorite. If you go to the selected projects portion of the site (http://divisare.com/selected-projects), you can search for projects based on all sorts of criteria, and they have some curated groups of projects. You can also make an account and save projects to different folders you set up. http://www.subtilitas.site/ ^ A good Tumblr site that a lot of these come from. http://www.dezeen.com/ ^ Newly published projects. This is where the...
I haven't seen drawings to confirm, but the wood is typically mortared with cement, so there is no more exposure to bugs than a typical wood rainacreen. Typically, the wood is uncoated so that it retains its vapor permeability, but depending on whether additional insulation was required, they may have created a non-permeable wall by coating them in something. FYI, this type of construction is called cordwood construction.
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