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"a swimming pool, spa, cinema and games room will be hidden in the rock beneath the main cluster of buildings at this Norwegian hunting lodge and hotel by London architects Haptic. A lounge, kitchen and library will be accommodated in five buildings surrounding an open courtyard, oriented so they each look out onto a different view of the surrounding forest or Norway's largest fjord..."
The garden shed is a familiar site in most people gardens, and for those of us who do have one they probably won't give their shed much of a second thought beyond using them as storage. However, there is more about the ...
A spiralling cafe and rooftop garden outside the Saatchi Gallery in London's Chelsea proposed by NEX.
Garden Lodges's insight:
....The Cadogan Cafe will be constructed in the Duke of York Square beside the gallery's brick perimeter wall, which originally formed the perimeter of a nineteenth century army barracks. NEX drew inspiration from this curved structure to plan a building formed of a single coiled wall.
Wall Gardening With mesh and wiring. Wall gardens are a perfect solution for minimal space like patios and tiny backyards. The living walls offers salad fixings along with creative, eye-catching conversations pieces.
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"If you think your house is pokey, think again! After learning about these pocket-sized homes you’ll feel like you’re living in a mansion.
With a frontage of only 30cm in width, it’s hard to imagine that anyone could possibly fit comfortably inside the house. The house might seem unliveable, but the romantic story behind it would be enough for any girl to squeeze in there. In order to marry the girl of his dreams, a poor young man built a tiny house in between two existing ones.
This miniature property in Conwy, Wales has become somewhat of a tourist attraction. The 3 x 1.8 meter house was, funnily enough, inhabited by a 190cm tall fisherman in the 1900s, so he would have been unable to stand up straight..."
David Edrington, from Eugene, Oregon, needed a solution to the growing pile of yard and gardening tools amassing in his garage; over time, the idea of a simple gardening shed evolved into a structure with lots of uses — and ...
"Zero yard space is no longer an excuse for skipping a garden. Grow vertically, thanks to the bag planter from West Elm. This handy hanger will fit in pretty much anywhere, and is also useful if you want to keep your plants up and away from little hands (or paws)."
Spanish artist Alicia Martin creates unique and eye-catching sculptures out of thousands of recycled books. Old books fall out of a second floor window and spill onto the street. Creative book sculptures look like waterfalls frozen in time.
The Guardian: "Last chance to enter our competition and win £5000 for your school. Then, at the final, to be held at the Guardian offices in London on 9 March, representatives from 10 shortlisted schools will present their idea..."
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