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tips from container home owners
 


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sketch up containers
 


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led bulb socket
 


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con conf


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haus unimog


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salt marsh house ct
 


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oyster shack france


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staddle stone

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wee house scotland

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brick extension shouth london


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cosmic particle detecting phone app


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Crystal grids


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polycarbonate panels and timber frame house Japan


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shipping container cluster pavilion

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house 1014 Barcelona

well combined old fascade and new construction including a stunning kitchen. Dig those custom light fixtures.
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Minka farmhouse Japan


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LIMBO pre washed


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1kea kitchen


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brick barn conversion Germany


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inside 190 Bowery


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bellbottom blues again, again


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four low cost houses South Korea


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net house Taipei


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Van Doesburg noted at the time that Corbusier, whose distinctive style was already well known, was strongly influenced by the Neues Bauen architects at the Weißenhof estate. Functionalism was out in full force, and van Doesburg had no illusions about its origin: “Principally this trend came from Russia, and therefore it concurs with the communist philosophy of life.” His intuition wasn’t too far off, and indeed the Nazis would denounce the settlement ten years later for its “Bolshevik depravity.” Wolfram von Eckardt, the architectural historian, recalls that the fascists installed pitched roofs onto the flat terraces in order to render them more palatable. Bombs dropped by Allied planes during World War II destroyed several of the buildings. Restoration since has only been partial.

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