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20 inspiring examples of landscape design | Creative Bloq

20 inspiring examples of landscape design | Creative Bloq | noodleBubble news | Scoop.it
Art meets architecture meets horticulture - check out these original and inventive landscape designs for both public and private spaces.
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Musician Uses Old Records as Shingles for His Roof

Musician Uses Old Records as Shingles for His Roof | noodleBubble news | Scoop.it
Matt Glassmever has recycled hundreds of vinyl records as roofing for his porch in Nashville...
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Kindergarten Centered Around a Legendary Tree - My Modern Metropolis

Kindergarten Centered Around a Legendary Tree - My Modern Metropolis | noodleBubble news | Scoop.it
At the Fuji Kindergarten in Japan, Tezuka Architects created a unique environment that, as a tool for learning, promotes freedom of movement.

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Stripe House: A beautiful, efficient live/work townhouse in the Netherlands

Stripe House: A beautiful, efficient live/work townhouse in the Netherlands | noodleBubble news | Scoop.it

The Stripe House is an energy efficient and naturally daylit home in Leiden, The Netherlands and was designed by local firm, GAAGA. Encased in a handmade plaster facade and brightly daylit from a host of windows, the compact home doubles as an office and is very energy efficient by design.

 

Sited on a corner lot near a park, the home does its best to make the best of the compact plot. Three stories tall, the home creates space with vertical floor area, but still retains a small garden space from which to enjoy the exterior and the neighborhood, also providing a soft transition from public to private space as well as distance from the neighboring houses.

The ground floor is used as an office, while the first and second floors are for the family. The first floor living space has an open living/kitchen floor plan, and two bedrooms and a bath are located on the top floor. A void between the living space and the bedrooms creates a connection via operable shutters.

Large windows on the the three open sides of the home are oriented towards interesting views and fill the bright white interior with natural daylight. The exterior is very tactile with a beautiful handcrafted plaster facade created with linear molds.

Beyond daylighting, the Stripe house is also a very sustainable house that scores well in several energy performance and environmental index calculations and labels- making it an efficient and beautiful example of innovative green design.

 


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Picture reveals young Henry VIII

Picture reveals young Henry VIII | noodleBubble news | Scoop.it
One of the earliest paintings of Henry VIII is finally discovered in a manuscript given to the National Library of Wales over 90 years ago.
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Ten Most Creative Uses for Old Vinyl Records - 1-800-Recycling

Ten Most Creative Uses for Old Vinyl Records - 1-800-Recycling | noodleBubble news | Scoop.it
A great way to resurrect the groovy charm of vinyl is to recycle it!
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7 Innovative Buildings Designed to Fit Tight Urban Spaces - Flavorwire

7 Innovative Buildings Designed to Fit Tight Urban Spaces - Flavorwire | noodleBubble news | Scoop.it
Flavorwire: Cultural news and critique from Flavorpill...
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