Eivar Flores
Industrial Designer
Eivar Flores
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chachidesign:

Unusual Storage Design, Part 1: Snowpeak’s Stacking Shelf Container http://ift.tt/1zLsTip
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design-is-fine:

Irving Harper, paper sculpture. From the Book Works in Paper by Michael Maharam. Via Skira Rizzoli. More to see: Colossal
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prettyarchitecture:

Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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Meditation House Plans: “Floating”
Architect David Jameson was inspired by a tea house idea when he developed this subtle yet stunning meditation house plan. Consisting of a volume suspended within a frame, Japanese architecture inspired this glass and steel home as a space for meditation, relaxation and reflection. 
In contrast to its floor-to-ceiling glazed walls, a solid wood door welcomes you in, complementing the natural woody surroundings while providing a sure separation between indoors and out, raw and refined, wild and sophisticated. Illuminated only by floor lamps, this forest home is a glowing beacon in the night air. David Jamesonvia Freshome
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thaneh:

little bitty bamboo construction storehouse in Tzunuá on Lake Atitlán
thaneh:

little bitty bamboo construction storehouse in Tzunuá on Lake Atitlán
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mehgehd:

Octopussy by multigrade
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archatlas:

First of May Neighborhood CBAyA
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First of May Neighborhood CBAyA
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First of May Neighborhood CBAyA
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First of May Neighborhood CBAyA
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First of May Neighborhood CBAyA