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Minimal in aesthetic and in size. Yes.

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cabinporn:

George Akers and Armin Zomorodi, builders in Princeton, NJ, converted a garage into a coop to accommodate a large flock of chickens and guinea hens. The garage was cut into panels and reassembled. The fencing is display shelves salvaged from a closing video store. Siding is combination of reclaimed corrugated tin, hemlock and 200+ year old cedar shake.

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cabbagerose:

Mi5 + PKMN: Underground Leisure Lair— A new underground space seeks to revitalize and foster urban activity, while reclaiming public space in a small Spanish city.

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This is a meatspace realization of the aesthetic of the game Mirror’s Edge. So very raw, yet vibrant.

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A building built quite literally one step at a time.

The Minister’s Treehouse in Crossville, Tennessee is a 100ft structure built by minister Horace Burgess from the early 1990s through 2004. The entire building wraps around a giant tree and was built completely without blueprints, sprawling to an estimated 10,000 square feet inside, including a four-story swing set. Photographer Kristin Sweeting took a recent trip to the treehouse and took many of the photos above. (Credit)

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cool idea, tacky siding

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