Elysium Playground / Cox Rayner Architects
Built by Cox Rayner Architects in Gold Coast, Australia From the architect. The project consists of a play structure and a series of small shelters and elements which coor...
indoor playhouse pt. 2
I thought that I'd post a follow up to my previous indoor playhouse post to show some more updates! Because, you know, Apartment Therapy featured our indoor playhouse today. No big deal. (insert freak out here) I drilled holes in the bottom of the window box so that the kids could put the flowers in and out easily. Gwen is constantly picking the flowers and walking around with them as a huge bouquet singing songs and making meals on her pretend kitchen. What a wonderful fantasy world she…
Lucy Willcox Garden Design
Planting combinations - Astrantia 'Large White'. Euphorbia x martini. Salvia x sylvestris 'May Night'. Sedum Matrona. Veronicastrum 'Apollo'. Geranium 'White Ness' Buxus Clipped box cube As featured on ITV Love Your Garden
These kids' playhouses are so cool, I want an adult-sized one! SmartPlayhouse knows what we modern adults want in their backyards: architecture. Their
Check Out The Tetra Shed. A Modern Modular Office Pod Available Next Month.
A Mod pod that rocks. Available as of January 2012 is yet another modular office pod from the UK (they are big on garden sheds and modular pods). The tetra shed® by architect David Ajasa-Adekunle of Innovation Imperative is a new modular building system which, as a single module, has been designed to be a modern garden office. The tetra shed® is available with external finishes in any RAL colour or clad in either copper, zinc, corten steel or marine plywood. Inside, the tetra-shed can be…
Mid Century Modern Playhouse of Awesome
We can ooh and aah over beautiful Mid Century homes all we want, but unless you’re blessed to stumble upon a dwelling with that style of architecture, it can feel like a far off dream. Don’t hold back and build your own Mid Century hideout out back instead, it’s the best of both worlds – no old plumbing and happy kids!The beauty of Mid-Century style is that it’s relatively easy to construct.