The idea behind Slow Cabins is the design of smaller healthier and more eco-friendly dwelling units that ensure minimal carbon footprint while keeping you completely comfortable. Each of these cabins is crafted entirely in wood and what the units lack in size they makeup in efficiency and ergonomics.
Guinness Stout is an integral part of Irish tradition and a trip to is just not complete unless you have a pint of the beer and maybe visit the local brewery as well. A tour of the Guinness Storehouse is something most of the tourists experience and so is the trip to the on the 7th floor but few get to spend a night at this exotic place.
Raw steel that has been hand-polished with curing agents and pegboard surfaces bring in a touch of textural contrast as well even as the white background dominates throughout. Sophisticated and sensible this family home does it all!
The theme continues on the inside with the entryway showcasing a small wooden bridge a lovely atrium that fills the lower level with greenery and ventilation welcoming you gleefully. Step inside and you will discover the full collection of wooden panels on display in the dining room living area and the bedrooms.
With the multi-tasking zone the home feels much more cheerful and the adaptable setting also frees up space in the main residence. Sliding glass doors and windows add to the atmosphere by bringing the outdoors inside
A vast estate that stretches into the outback solitude brought in by nature and a getaway that brings classic and modern design elements together in a dramatic fashion – on the Kimo Estate in New South Wales has it all!
The is no different with its fabulous design that brings together two contrasting worlds. Classic and modern site comfortable next to one another in this residence built by Taylor Knights.
Two prefabricated units brought on trucks were combined on site to create this elegant holiday home and this also helped in keeping construction costs and the eco-footprint down to a bare minimum.