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7th June 2014

Photoset reblogged from Oxboxer:rexobxO with 4,464 notes

windwrinkle:

perfect tiling ugh augh

Tagged: interiorornamenttilehomeprojecti

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28th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Oxboxer:rexobxO with 1,440 notes

ladyinterior:

Magical Cottages

Tagged: structurefantasyhomeprojecti

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27th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Oxboxer:rexobxO with 152,970 notes

Tagged: structureinteriorornamenttrinketfurniturehomefantasyprojecti

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24th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Oxboxer:rexobxO with 221,962 notes

theashleyclements:

ladyinterior:

Via Architecture Art DesignTreeHouse PointSonic Walker FlickrKnoxNewsThe Lonesome LA CowboyDan Schleifer Flickr500px, Kelly Brown FlickrAwesome SpacesPinterest & National Geographic

Tagged: treehousefantasystructurewoodtreeforestprojectihomehouse

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12th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from this isn't happiness. with 1,578 notes

nevver:

1957: The Miller House

Tagged: homemoderninteriorfurniturescifiprojectx

24th December 2013

Photoset reblogged from almanac of miscellany with 25,281 notes

realitysadreamwhenuronlsd:

quiet-nymph:

Home-made Houses photographed by Old Chum

this is literally all i ask for in life

Tagged: structurehomehousewoodforestvernacularprojectitreetrees

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1st December 2013

Photo reblogged from Bassmen with 159 notes

Tagged: structurewoodislandhomebridgefantasyprojecti

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30th November 2013

Photoset reblogged from George Of The Wastes with 85,763 notes

or-ack:

osgiliathisburning:

My Neighbor Totoro house built IRL.

Ahhhhhh

Tagged: structurehomemiyazakitotoroatmosphereprojecti

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24th November 2013

Photo reblogged from Cabin Porn™ with 9,661 notes

cabinporn:

Cabin built from salvaged materials in the Trinity Alps, California. 
Photographed & contributed by Anna Fleming.

cabinporn:

Cabin built from salvaged materials in the Trinity Alps, California. 

Photographed & contributed by Anna Fleming.

Tagged: structurehomelandscapeornamentprojecti

20th November 2013

Photoset reblogged from Social Waste Product with 996 notes

no-such-thing-as-random:

California’s Best Kept Secret: A Century-Old Subterranean Gardens

Fresno, California tends to be one of those cities that people are ‘just passing through’ on their way to see something else. But pass through too quickly and you’ll miss out on a little secret subterranean paradise…

More of an underground mansion, the Forestiere Gardens are a manmade creation of sprawling subterranean passageways, courtyards and living quarters– built by a single man.

Baldasare Forestiere (1879-1946) was a bit of a rebel. Sicilian-born to a wealthy father, by the age of 20, he’d had it with his controlling old man and upped sticks to America in 1901 to pursue his own future. He took jobs digging subway tunnels in New York and Boston to make ends meet until he decided to try his luck on the West Coast. Eventually settling in Fresno, California, Baldasare purchased 80 acres of land to make a life for himself as a farmer. The only problem was, the land wasn’t fit to be cultivated– at least not on the surface.

With just a wheelbarrow, a pick and a shovel, Forestiere began digging and digging, and digging some more. Ten feet below the dense layers of inarable soil, he discovered a layer of damp-proof clay. The discovery would be the start of a life-long devotion to building his elaborate subterranean world.

Forestiere built nearly 100 rooms, passageways and courtyards with circular holes above to allow a variety of plants and fruit-bearing trees to take root in large planters and protrude through the openings at ground level. Over a period of 40 years, he excavated oasis spans over 10 acres (all in his spare time).

From oranges and exotic fruits to century old vines of sweet purple wine grapes; all kinds of temptations ready to be plucked are dangled in front of you as discover the passageways and courtyards…

But of course this wasn’t just a subterranean garden but Forestiere’s home too. With the extra help of two donkeys (no dynamite or motorized mechanical methods were used), he carved out bedrooms, a kitchen, bathing area, living room and even his own personal chapel. Being underground also allowed him to escape the harsh California summer heat.

Forestiere had never had any formal education in architecture or engineering and yet, his arches, vaults and stone-built walls mimicked the sophisticated building techniques of the Ancient Romans. He didn’t even waste time with architectural planning on paper– the Italian just dug and dug and created his catacomb-like network of chambers as he went along.

Today, Forestiere’s descendants run a small operation under the Forestiere Historical Center, that opens up the extraordinary home to the public and offers guided tours as well as special extended sessions at sunset.

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Tagged: structurefantasystonegardenprojectihome

Source: no-such-thing-as-random

24th October 2013

Photo reblogged from Bassmen with 25 notes

bassman5911:

3 days prior to demolition Squatters shack Dollarton highway by D70 on Flickr.

bassman5911:

3 days prior to demolition Squatters shack Dollarton highway by D70 on Flickr.

Tagged: structurewindowwoodhome

18th October 2013

Photo reblogged from Bassmen with 601 notes

aphelia:

Rastoke, Croatia by traceyjohns on Flickr.

aphelia:

Rastoke, Croatia by traceyjohns on Flickr.

Tagged: structurewaterhomebridgeprojecti

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9th October 2013

Photo reblogged from Cabin Porn™ with 1,005 notes

cabinporn:

Cedar stump house, Edgecomb, Washington, ca. 1901. 
From the University of Washington Libraries Digital Collections on Flickr.
Submitted by Sam Haraldson.

cabinporn:

Cedar stump house, Edgecomb, Washington, ca. 1901. 

From the University of Washington Libraries Digital Collections on Flickr.

Submitted by Sam Haraldson.

Tagged: fantasycabinhomestructurewood

2nd October 2013

Photo reblogged from Cabin Porn™ with 1,518 notes

cabinporn:

Bunkhouses in Nikola-Lenivets, Russia.
Contributed by Alex Bunten.

cabinporn:

Bunkhouses in Nikola-Lenivets, Russia.

Contributed by Alex Bunten.

Tagged: structurehomehousewoodcabinlandscapesurreal

22nd August 2013

Photo reblogged from 1924 with 60,200 notes

Tagged: interiorwoodbedfurnituretexturehomestructure

Source: justthedesign.com