Vernacular Architecture

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Vernacular architecture that inspires us.

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Nit Wit Ridge, in Cambria, California, is a unique mansion built entirely out of junk. It was built by Arthur Harold Beal 90 years ago and remains a popular attraction Vernacular Architecture, Architecture Details, Pismo Beach, California Travel, Coastal Living, Old Houses, North America, The Good Place, Places To Go

Nit Wit Ridge – A Mansion Built Entirely from Junk

Nit Wit Ridge is such a whimsical name for a house. And I must say, the place completely lives up to its name. The 90-year-old two-and-a-half acre ramshackle home on the outskirts of Cambria, California

University of Stuttgart makes Urbach Tower from self-shaping wood Wood Architecture, Vernacular Architecture, Weekend Cottages, Larch Cladding, Garden Pavilion, Timber Structure, Curved Wood, Wood Magazine, Germany

University of Stuttgart makes Urbach Tower from self-shaping wood

University of Stuttgart engineers have harnessed wood's shrinking process as it loses moisture to create this world-first self-twisted tower in Germany.

De Gouden Liniaal Architecten - Observation tower, Negenoord The rammed-earth construction of the tower used materials excavated from the site; a short film on the project here. Rammed Earth Homes, Rammed Earth Wall, Vernacular Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Tower Design, House Viewing, Construction Process, Building Exterior, The Dunes

Rammed-earth tower by De Gouden Liniaal Architecten overlooks the Maas river

Earth, clay and gravel are compressed to form this observation tower designed by De Gouden Liniaal Architecten to offer views of a nature reserve

Simone Rodia, and his Watts Towers Watts Towers, Modern Art Movements, San Luis Obispo County, Vernacular Architecture, Historical Landmarks, Los Angeles County, California Love, Museum

Historical Figures Tell the Story of L.A., One Letter and Diary Entry at a Time

An excerpt from Los Angeles contributor David Kipen's new book Dear Los Angeles

University of Stuttgart engineers have harnessed wood's shrinking process as it loses moisture to create this world-first self-twisted tower in Germany. Timber Structure, Building Structure, Building Materials, Building Design, Wood Architecture, Vernacular Architecture, Larch Cladding, Timber Panelling, Stuttgart

University of Stuttgart makes Urbach Tower from self-shaping wood

University of Stuttgart engineers have harnessed wood's shrinking process as it loses moisture to create this world-first self-twisted tower in Germany.

Earth, clay and gravel are compressed to form this observation tower designed by De Gouden Liniaal Architecten to offer views of a nature reserve Vernacular Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Intervention, Reserva Natural, Tower Design, Rammed Earth, Site Plans, Building Exterior

Rammed-earth tower by De Gouden Liniaal Architecten overlooks the Maas river

Earth, clay and gravel are compressed to form this observation tower designed by De Gouden Liniaal Architecten to offer views of a nature reserve

@brendanravenhillstudio |  Buildings of Islesford, Maine. The Nautilus, by local jeweler and artist Sam Shaw. #WIP #04646

Unusual Architecture Around the World Stunning Pics) - Part 3 Crazy Home, Unusual Buildings, Unusual Homes, Floating House, Old Barns, Cool Places To Visit, Scary Places, Construction, Architecture Design

construction – Mode, images, pop culture

Articles traitant de construction écrits par Juliette

Hispano Suiza Wind Tunnel is part of architecture - Photo of this object made in 1936 This is the wind tunnel of the famous in former times carmaker Hispano Suiza Built in finally abandoned in rebuilt as the school in 2005 Courbevoie (or Colombe), Paris Industrial Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Architecture Photo, Beautiful Architecture, Paris Architecture, Bauhaus, Habitat Collectif, Hispano Suiza, Wind Tunnel

the cosmic inspiro-cloud

A daily image in monthly themes around architecture, landscape, photography, art installations and interventions

These vacuum spheres, now part of Langley's Hypersonic Facilities Complex, have been dusted by a light fall of snow in this 1969 photo.

the cosmic inspiro-cloud

A daily image in monthly themes around architecture, landscape, photography, art installations and interventions