Washington DC – David Jameson Year built: 2009 Approximate Area: 16 m2 (173 sq. ft.) Photography: Paul Warchol Bronze,
Balfon Scotland Callum Gray may have studied Computer Sciences, but it was clearly not his calling. Gray is a drystone waller and landscaper. He works
Lost but not forgotten History has long since forgotten the names of the builders. Fortunately, those same builders were so skilled that we can still
Stone Art West Cork – Ireland Sunny has been working with stone for almost 10 years. His mission with Stone Art is to combine unique artistic designs with
Victoria, Australia – Jackson Clements Burrows Australia is a country with a dry, hot centre. In fact, much of the country quickly turns to arid
There is something about working with stone that is immensely satisfying. Perhaps it’s the knowledge that we are working with something as old as the
Obihiro, Hokkaido, Japan – Robert Harvey Oshatz Designed: 1995-96 Completed: 1998 We’ve featured five homes from this one architect – more than any other. We’ve
Portland , Oregon 2004 Architect: Robert Harvey Oshatz Photography by Cameron Neilson Great architects seem to have the ability to blend art with function. Robert
This lovely home looks like it’s been here for a hundred years or more. It’s been built from pre-loved weatherboards, distressed timbers, hand-hewn logs and
In a world rapidly being depleted of it’s resources, recycling materials may be the only answer. Here are a few of our favourite recycled homes:
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