A Tiny Home in the Scotish Highlands

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Autor: fubiz Publicado el: 22/01/2020
A Tiny Home in the Scotish Highlands

As an eco-friendly project focused on minimizing human needs and the impact on the land, Mary Arnold-Forster Architects have completed a project hidden in the Scotish Highlands which is catching attention because of the planks of burnt larch used to construct the cross-laminated timber house seemingly in the middle of nowhere. You can find this hom...
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