Klettergerüste auf Kinderspielplätzen sind in den letzten Jahrzehnten selten jenseits von Katalogwaren verbaut worden. Bei diesem, in Landesfarben ausgeführten Exemplar von Carve, kann man viele architektonische Aspekte ablesen. Frühkindliche Architekturausbildung beginnt auch auf dem Kinderspielplatz.
Climbing frames on playgrounds have been built in recent decades rarely beyond catalog goods. In this, executed in country colors copy of carve, you can read many architectural aspects. Early childhood education in architecture begins in the children's playground.
Clever Italian design for a Windturbine-Viaduct-Park-Bridge-Greenhouse https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151863379401262&set=a.10150108055866262.279435.321467166261&type=1
STONE CREEK CAMP
It occurs to me that I’ve started a few posts now with the words: ‘This has been one of my favourite houses for a long time…’ If not exactly those words, then something similar. But it’s true: I’ve been bookmarking houses for over a year in the run up to launching this blog. And yes, many of them are favourites.
It’s time to share another with Stone Creek Camp. Situated along a sloping hill at Bigfork, Montana, this isn’t one house but rather a series of buildings starting with a pair of gatehouses and progressing to the main house, the main lodge and the guesthouse. The project is the work of the architects Andersson Wise and was completed in 2008.