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"Tokyo Garden and House": An infill between two larger buildings, this 5-story townhouse lets light into the 4 meter-wide site by employing glass walls throughout. Gardens (and curtains) for each room help screen the homeowners from the neighbors, while also providing green relief to an otherwise sterile commercial street. | Design: Ryue Nishizawa, SANAA (2013) Photo: Iwan Baan

"Tokyo Garden and House": An infill between two larger buildings, this 5-story townhouse lets light into the 4 meter-wide site by employing glass walls throughout. Gardens (and curtains) for each room help screen the homeowners from the neighbors, while also providing green relief to an otherwise sterile commercial street. | Design: Ryue Nishizawa, SANAA (2013) Photo: Iwan Baan

Hacer un puff con trapillo es muy fácil y queda genial para nuestra casa así que no te pierdas este tutorial paso a paso

Tutoriales DIY: Cómo hacer un puff o cojín redondo de ganchillo vía DaWanda.com

Hacer un puff con trapillo es muy fácil y queda genial para nuestra casa así que no te pierdas este tutorial paso a paso

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First Edition, Cecil Beaton. The Face of the World.

First Edition, Cecil Beaton. The Face of the World.

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"(3D Printed) Landscape House": A Dutch architect is in development with large-scale 3D printing expert Enrico Dini to create the largest residential 3D printing job yet: a 1000 sq. m home shaped like a Mobius strip (Floors in the home will warp into ceilings and back into floors, as shown in the model). The architect hopes to "print" one in every country on Earth. Perhaps by then the cost will come down: the estimate for one is now 4-5 million €. | Janjaap Ruijssenaars of Universe…

"(3D Printed) Landscape House": A Dutch architect is in development with large-scale 3D printing expert Enrico Dini to create the largest residential 3D printing job yet: a 1000 sq. m home shaped like a Mobius strip (Floors in the home will warp into ceilings and back into floors, as shown in the model). The architect hopes to "print" one in every country on Earth. Perhaps by then the cost will come down: the estimate for one is now 4-5 million €. | Janjaap Ruijssenaars of Universe…

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