Posts tagged ‘architecture’

September 12, 2019

So THAT’S why British stairs are so pokey

by allthoughtswork

Stuffed shirts are cheap bastards no matter which side of the pond you build, it seems.

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March 4, 2019

How to freak out the building inspector

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My inspector didn’t find it as funny as I did!

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February 13, 2019

Ever wanted to see air?

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You know you have. Go to Simscale.com and try not to spend hours staring at buildings being hit by hurricanes.

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January 17, 2019

What if you storm the wrong castle and pillage the wrong wife?

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Coming home drunk to this neighborhood seems risky.

January 9, 2019

Balconies are for pussies

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November 23, 2018

Coolest demolition ever

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November 22, 2018

All I want is a secret evil lair for Christmas

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October 7, 2018

A typical new house in Tokyo

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Even without translation, I understood most of what this guy was saying.

The efficient design and lack of wasted space in these homes is very alluring, but then I’m a minimalist. The drain in the bathroom and external plumbing make particular sense but my personal goal is to have as much space as possible between me and my neighbor so just looking, sir, just looking.

August 8, 2018

Do you live in a mullet house?

by allthoughtswork

Outdoor, Shrubs, Front Yard, Trees, Gardens, and Small Patio, Porch, Deck Instead of focusing on reworking the street-facing front wall of the house, they turned their attention to the back wall, and found a better way to connect the interiors with the beautiful garden. This allowed them to stay true to the suburban vernacular of gabled brick walls and a terra-cotta roof, while modernizing the back section of the house quite dramatically. 

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May 15, 2018

Glass-enclosed bedrooms

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This stylish apartment in Wan Chai was designed with a glass-framed bedroom cubicle in the middle of the space. The sleek, open-concept kitchen is equipped with an oven, fridge, built-in washing machine, Nepresso machine, toaster, and powerful induction hobs.

These large, old flats in Madrid were converted into bright, modern apartments.

For people who get turned on in the zoo’s primate exhibit.