Living in a garden. Between inside and outside

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Rose Chair, (C)Edra

I think living in a garden is one of humanity’s archetypes. And architecture look like it si in its journey to reach the paradise lost.

It seem that in Victorian Times people was obsessed with the observation of nature. In the middle of 1800 years Decimus Burtun designed the Temperate House for  Kew Garden, a glasshouse which it was a engineering & architecture masterpiece . Just think about cement. Burtun was the first architect in UK who used it for building a greenhouse. And then about glass, in those days  it wasn’t so granted. Glasshouses spread throughout in 19 centuries, only  because industry managed to create big slabs for a low price.

Conclusion, even if today tachnology is another matter, for living in a garden there is no way to ignore it. But in all of this architecture has got a special tool to get to the destination: magician tricks. So whatever is the outside that surrounds an house, the inside will be conparable with a shadow zone in a sunny garden. Because everyone has the right to have its own Eden. Elisabetta Guida 

  • Doesn't this water look like a source ? A detail of bathroom designed for an home in a forest: Jikka. It is a Suma/Issei Suma Architectes . (C)Takumi Ota
  • Jikka in all of their beauty. Issey Suma has told that his aim was project a structure that can interact with the forest around. (C)TakumiOta
  • The shower made by mosaic of Xololotl house. The idea of Punto Aquitectonico was create a contrast between the outside and inside. (C)TamaraUribe
  • In Xolotl House water is the key element. Punto arquitectonico has renowed the house. And water was the opportunity to take advantage to the preexisting cistern (C)TamaraUribe
  • An heart of white marble inside a colored house. It is the bathroom of Tec 205 house designed by Moneo Brock Studio (C)MoneoBrockStudio
  • Tec 205 house. The colors are a tribute of Mexico
  • A washbasin that make people think about a bucket made by tin- A wizardry for this Bgs home's bathroom. The house was designed by Alvaro Moragrega. (C)FernandaLeonel,AlvaroMoragrega
  • Bgs House (C)FernandaLeonel,AlvaroMoragrega
  • What impresse me is the materials. Look at the floor, the steps, the bathtube: doesn't sounds like a flake of snow? The bathroom belong to Tresarca house designed by Assemblages Studios in Las Vegas. (C)BillTimmerman,ZackHussain
  • Tresarca, designed by Assemblage Studio. (C)BillTimmerman,ZackHussain

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