Agape's Art of Addition | Marsiglia is a bathtub of limited length which was born from the encounter of acontemporary material – the Cristalplant biobased – and an object of the past, the memory of fragrances and shapes: a washhouse.
Acton Burnell Shell House, Acton Burnell folly Built around 1779-80 on the north-western slopes of Acton Burnell Hill. It is built of squared sandstone blocks with a corbelled roof of flatter stones. Inside, the ceiling is covered with shell designs and the walls have remains of Chinese-type glazed picture tiles.
This old Cycladic traditional farmhouse in Kea island offers the best of two worlds: architectural tradition and relaxation in the farm. Feel cozy and inspired as soon as you enter the house: interior walls are corbelled inwards and are topped by a series of slabs which form the ceilings; the cement mortar floor, the joint stone walls, the wooden furniture, doors & windows reveal the beauty of craftmanship, simplicity and practicality.
Northern exposure: Gull House by Harley Graham Architects. Photo by David Taylor. #design #architecture #tropical