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The Architecture Thread

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Casa Organica
Javier Senosiain
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Very cool, although as @brokencycle says, you'd want to be careful walking down those passageways!

Parts of it definitely do have a hobbit-hole vibe and some rooms also look cosy, which hobbits would certainly appreciate!

Didn't one of the French fashion designers (YSL, perhaps?) have a rather organic, bubble-like house in the south of France that was a bit similar to this?
 

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The inside looks like many other houses or earthships, just with a higher class finish. I like the earth-sheltering, although that's not new either of course. Overall: very nice, except to the crappy camo finish on the exposed sections - I'd really prefer it it was more 'honest' here.
 

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The concrete-forming technique is :inlove:

 

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Agree that "tiny home" has a pretty specific connotation, and that ain't it.
 

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Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Grand World Phu Quoc welcome center
Phu Quoc, Vietnam

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That may be the most uncomfortable looking place I've ever see. It feels as though every time I put a pencil down it would roll off that table.

This is lefty's new vibe:

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That looks like a very nice vibe. Where dat?
 

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