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Finnish Larch Home, Djuric Tardio Architectes Jan 2012

Finnish Larch Home, Djuric Tardio Architectes

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Finnish Larch is a high quality wood, durable with waterproof qualities, as well as a smooth and knot-free surface.


Kamppi Chapel, K2s Architects Ltd Jan 2012

Kamppi Chapel, K2s Architects Ltd

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Thinlly cut wood pieces are wrapped horizontally around a cnc-cut gluelam frame, providing visual striations as well as the vertical changes in the oval form.


Finnish Larch Home, Djuric Tardio Architectes Jan 2012

Finnish Larch Home, Djuric Tardio Architectes

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Finnish Larch is a high quality wood, durable with waterproof qualities, as well as a smooth and knot-free surface. The panels come from sustainably managed cooperatives of small private forest owners


Alesia Museum, Bernard Tschumi Jan 2012

Alesia Museum, Bernard Tschumi

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The slatted wooden second skin was created to pay tribute the wooden structures the Romans built during the battle’s era. The wooden skin also acts as a brise-soleil, filtering light as it enters the glass volume and casting patterned shadows throughout the visitor center.


Starbucks Coffee Shop In Dazaifu, Kengo Kuma Jan 2011

Starbucks Coffee Shop In Dazaifu, Kengo Kuma

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The building is made of 2,000 stick-like parts in the sizes of 1.3m – 4m length and 6cm section.. Create a sense of Fluidity.


Trojan House, Jackson Clements Burrows Pty. Ltd Jan 2009

Trojan House, Jackson Clements Burrows Pty. Ltd

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No abstract provided.


Final Wooden House, Sou Fujimoto Architects Jan 2008

Final Wooden House, Sou Fujimoto Architects

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The lumber pieces, serves as everything the house is made of: walls, floors, cielings, and tables, counters, stairs and insulation included. The lumber pieces are stacked and spaced to create the structure and voids. The lumber used in this dwelling are unfinished, and unpainted pices of lumber in it's simplest form.


Humlegard House, Frimann Laaksonen Architects Jan 2008

Humlegard House, Frimann Laaksonen Architects

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No abstract provided.


Gucklhupf, Hans Peter Wörndl Jan 1993

Gucklhupf, Hans Peter Wörndl

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A skeleton of studs and beams constitutes the bearing framework onto which the outer fiber-board cladding is applied. Retractable panels at different height transform the space and enhance the relationship between interior and exterior.