József Liebhauser

József Liebhauser

József Liebhauser
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Long pieces of flat wood are stacked up in two different ways to create an artistic effect. This would be from my opinion the easiest technique to mimic in your home.

these wood slats are utilitarian in the way they are connected to the substrate — countersunk screws — but note the care in angling the top of the projecting pieces, so water sheds off the wood.--- contemporary exterior by Fougeron Architecture FAIA

Restaurant Bar, Urban Design, Popup, Canopy, Pallets, Retail, Public, Temporary Architecture, Street Furniture, Popsicles, Pallet Boards, Porch Roof, Retail Merchandising, Sleeve, Porch Awning, Pop Up, Pallet, Wooden Pallets

Selgas Cano's Incredible Glass Office Gives Employees a Bug's Eye View of the Forest Floor | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Selgas Cano's Incredible Glass Office Gives Employees a Bug's Eye View of the Forest Floor

Haus Am Moor by the Austrian architect Bernardo Bader.

Haus am Moor - Austria This Bernardo Bader designed private home boasts beauty and elegance through simplicity. An exterior reminiscent of Scandinavian barns and a minimalist interior combine to create a unique and understated home.