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Leaf House

Leaf House lets you set your own cabin any place in the great outdoors! The company based in Canada, specializes in making tiny portable houses that are built on trailer ranging from 16 to 20 in length, and made with reclaimed materials, natural finishes, and ecologically friendly building products. Each portable home is custom made to the exact specifications of the owner, features full amenities and is insulated for severe winter climates. The Leaf tiny houses take between 4 and 6 months to build, you can expect to pay between $26,000 and $50,000. 



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Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
PIANOTABLE | BY GEORGE BOHLE | Image

PIANOTABLE | BY GEORGE BOHLE

Designed by George Bohle, the Pianotable offers a dinner with the accompaniment of a piano. The piano player takes a seat at the dining table. Furthermore, as the occasion demands it, a little band can strike up at the table. The piano player will find companionship by a singer and his microphone and a guitarplayer. If the cap of the piano remains closed, the plain wooden surface will serve as a table without cease....
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ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION | Image

ORIGINAL COURTYARD HOUSE | BY STUDIO JUNCTION

Toronto based Architects Peter Tan and Christine Ho Ping Kong of  "Studio Junction", converted this contractor warehouse the ambition was to create a modern, affordable home and studio for a family of four - one which could successfully adapt to a mid-block or laneway situation, there is no typical front or back. The design of the house is generated by an emphasis on the views and activities of the interior courtyards, all the windows look inwards....
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LONGBRANCH CABIN

The stunning Longbranch Cabin is our latest dream retreat, a 240 square meter weekend house nestled into a dense forest, near the small community of Longbranch, Washington. Designed by renown architect Jim Olson of Seattle-based architectural studio Olson Kundig, the dream home is raised on stilts and nestled amidst the towering fir trees of an ancient forest. It was built on a hillside that faces south and looks across a serene body of water. The combination of sev...
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