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France's towing laws means that tiny houses over there need to be very small and light, even by tiny house standards, which often results in models with significant compromises. Baluchon’s Tiny House La Mésange Verte has fewer compromises than most of its previous efforts though, and features an improved kitchen and simple layout that suits one or two people.Continue ReadingCategory: Tiny Houses,
a balance between modernist and organic architecture, the space is characterized by a recurrent use of the curved geometry and natural rock. The post echoing the french countryside, the villa ortizet is cloaked in vibrant monochrome green appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
amaury dubois spent two months on the art piece, which he created all alone, by hand, using 5 brushes, before finalizing his work with spray-painting. The post amaury dubois breathes life into french church with monumental street art fresco appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
French studio Dominique Coulon & Associés has built a covered market alongside an exhibition area, workshops for creatives and a concrete cafe in a former distillery in Schiltigheim. Read more
the petite maison is a modest intervention that aims to make the most of a beautiful garden site. The post arba designs a 20sqm wooden house to inhabit a french garden in normandy appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
French studio Tracks Architectes has built a cinema fronted by an irregular arched colonnade in the grounds of a former convent in the town of Riom, central France. Read more
a 7-minute climb aboard the funicular allows visitors to reach the slopes at 1600 meters above sea level. The post atelier 360’s funicular design provides panoramic view of the french alps appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Architect Timothee Mercier of Studio XM has converted a ruined farm building in France into  an "intimate refuge" for his parents. Read more
first built in the 1930s, the historical building has recently undergone an extensive renovation and extension project. The post d’houndt + bajart extends an ‘eccentric’ french villa into eight social housing units appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch, the husband-and-wife team behind design firm Roman and Williams, have created a lofty two-storey emporium in Manhattan's Soho district. Read more


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