Omg imagine if it was pouring with rain and just ugh so cosy and umf
Imagine waking up in the middle of a snowstorm. It’d be like a reverse snowglobe.
imagine waking up to a bear trying to rip into your home.
This bed is not for fucking in.
this bed is definitely for fucking in.
imagine getting lost in the woods and walking in the dark only to run into this and interrupt the couple having intercourse in the bed.
imagine looking up during sex and just seeing shia labeouf’s face pressed to the wall. watching. waiting.
all of these comments i can’t
The Shia LaBeouf comment. I lost it.
OMG THE SHIA LABEOUF COMMENT IS WIN
credit: Lynne Knowlton
Interior designer Lynn Knowlton always wanted a tree fort. So she built a little dream of one in a grove of trees on her property, two and a half hours northwest of Toronto. Every bit of it is recycled; the basic building is made from the wood from a barn.
See more pics of this charming treehouse here: Lynn Knowlton’s House In The Trees Is Built From A Recycled Barn
Treehugger is on Tumblr, you guys #TumblrTuesday.
The Community Bookself is an intriguing piece of architecture at the Public Library in Kansas City, Missouri, resembling a book shelf. This striking façade, which runs along the south wall of the Central Library, features book spines measuring 25 feet by 9 feet, and showcases 22 titles reflecting a wide variety of reading interests suggested by readers.
(via annundriel)Source: ruineshumaines
Look at this thing. Is this the weirdest pedestrian bridge you’ve ever seen?
All signs point to “yes.” Created by an obscure group called Massiv for AC-CA’s “Iconic Pedestrian Bridge” challenge, the bridge looks like pedestrians would need a map to cross it. And perhaps a fishing pole and gutting knife to forage for food in case they get lost.
What motivated the design team to spawn this architectural version of amorous tapeworms?Gezelligheid. That’s the impossible-to-translate Dutch term for “convivial, cozy, fun, quaint or nice atmosphere” or maybe “belonging, time spent with loved ones, the fact of seeing a friend after a long absence or general togetherness.” Gezelligheid is what Dutch culture is all about, so the designers tried to build a bridge that illustrates the happy concept.
Read more at The Atlantic Cities. [Images: Massiv]
(via npr)Source: theatlanticcities.com