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Tiny Backyard House Filled With Mid-Century Finds

A small outbuilding is exactly what a couple needed for their Seattle property. The studio occupies the corner of a backyard filled with carefully-tended plants. First Lamp studio decide to cover the house with white siding and exposed Douglas fir, which is a great idea for a limited budget. The single main room features ample glazing to provide natural...Continue Reading...


Living Roof Design: A Real Rooftop Oasis

Wed, Apr 24, 2013 | Garden houses

Traci Cavender thinks that practical design doesn’t have to mean sacrificing personal style. This pool house created by her is an infinity pool of green. Its living roof is a sustainable solution and it includes a terraced landscape that lets rainwater percolate into the soil. The rooftop garden sits above high, bright windows it looks as though it’s a...Continue Reading...


Small Kettal Cottage To Merge With Nature

Tue, Mar 26, 2013 | Garden houses

It’s spring time, time of sunlight and relaxation. If you want to be close to nature and spend more time outdoors, you’ll be definitely interested in this Kettal Cottage designed by famous Patricia Urquiola and manufactured by Spanish company Kettal. It’s modern minimalist retreat that consists of a platform with chaise-style seating under the slatted...Continue Reading...

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Black-And-White Orangery To Enjoy The Nature

Wed, Aug 24, 2011 | Garden houses

This black-and-white orangery is located in Sweden. It’s a metal construction of 24 square meters with wooden floor and black façade. The designer is the owner, Agneta Enzell, and she put the orangery in several meters from her own house. She says that it’s a unique place for listening to the rain or enjoy the nature during dinner. Why is it...Continue Reading...


Awesome Rustic Garden Mini-House

Tue, Jul 12, 2011 | Garden houses

It’s July and we all enjoy summer! This is the best time to relax, to merge with nature and forget about everything. One of the best ways to do it is to build a small house or a guest house in your garden. A house in the garden may be of some interesting shape or with rustic touch like this one. This garden mini-house is located in Spain. It’s built of...Continue Reading...

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Hammock-Shaped Guest House Design

Sat, Jul 2, 2011 | Garden houses

What do we need a guest house for? For the guests or to forget about everything in the world and relax. This guest house is exactly for this aim. Casey Key Guest House designed by TOTeMS Architecture has a form of a hammock. A hammock always reminds you of summer, relaxation and having a nap after lunch. Beautiful natural wood, beige and white, modern...Continue Reading...


Tiny Houses For Your Garden

Mon, Mar 21, 2011 | Garden houses

Would you like to have a guest house but your garden is small? Would you like to have your own place to relax and get rest of your family? Or just want to think about life looking at the sky? These tiny houses are definitely for you! Derek Diedricksen presents his own project, modern Relax Shacks. The area is only 24 square feet, they are built of upcycled...Continue Reading...


Tea House In A Peaceful Garden

Thu, Mar 10, 2011 | Garden houses

When I look at this house, I think about tea ceremony in Japan or about meditations and renunciation of everything perishable. It’s called Hat Tea House and was created by A1 Architects in Ostrova, Czech Republic, but this time there is no modernism as in all other works by them. The area is small, just 1,80 square meters; the house stands in a peaceful...Continue Reading...


A Beautiful House With A Courtyard In Mendoza

This house is called Casa Codina and was created by A4estudio. It is located in Mendoza, Argentina. The project was made green, optimizing weather conditions. The house is built around a big central courtyard, the main spaces are opened to a larger garden. The public area are oriented to the north, the private spaces are oriented to the east and service...Continue Reading...

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A Modern House With A Terrace In Singapore

An international architecture company called Ong&Ong transformed a traditional house in Singapore into a modern living space. Many original elements remained, they made a nice contrast to new and modern structures. The kitchen together with the dining area are located right at the entrance, it’s an ideal place to have a meal with friends and family,...Continue Reading...


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