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So, last but not least, there is the bedroom. My comfortable bed right here and the TV over there. I really like to watch movies in the evening. Sometimes I even fall asleep while watching.

Well, that’s it. I hope you like my house, I certainly do ! I hope to see you again soon !

 

(to be continued)

 

The seventh and last part of the house tour. I hope you all enjoyed this project ! There’ll be some more modern architecture in the future for sure !

 

To have a look at the whole house click here.

 

Architecture Day 2013 in the heart of Almere. On the Day of Architecture 24 June 2013 CASLa, the architectural centre of the city of Almere, combined a program full of green architecture in the future Floriade site with a musical passage to the city centre of Almere, as never seen before. Started at Camping Water Wood with a festive architectural breakfast and presentations on a recreation and campingsite in the heart of the city. Then the crossing over the Weerwater to the Stadshart (City center) was made. This musical and spectacular crossing was graced with a special performance on four pianos of Canto Ostinato by Simeon to Holt. After a festive parade, the concert continued in The New Library to the Town Hall Square. The library was accessible to the usual coming and going public, who were surprised by the concert. The performers of Canto Ostinato were Marianne Kiraly, Barend Kooistra, Karen Janssen and Willemieke van den Heuvel

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

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EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

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EPCOT's Imagination Pavilion is one of several examples of incredible architecture in the Future World section of the park. Current attractions include Image Works, Journey into Imagination with Figment, and Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival.

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

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Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

 

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

  

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

  

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

  

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

 

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

 

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

 

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

 

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

 

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

 

© European Union / Tim De Backer

Architecture Day 2013 in the heart of Almere. On the Day of Architecture 24 June 2013 CASLa, the architectural centre of the city of Almere, combined a program full of green architecture in the future Floriade site with a musical passage to the city centre of Almere, as never seen before. Started at Camping Water Wood with a festive architectural breakfast and presentations on a recreation and campingsite in the heart of the city. Then the crossing over the Weerwater to the Stadshart (City center) was made. This musical and spectacular crossing was graced with a special performance on four pianos of Canto Ostinato by Simeon to Holt. After a festive parade, the concert continued in The New Library to the Town Hall Square. The library was accessible to the usual coming and going public, who were surprised by the concert. The performers of Canto Ostinato were Marianne Kiraly, Barend Kooistra, Karen Janssen and Willemieke van den Heuvel

Brussels - Belgium - April 1th, 2014 - Committee of the Regions - For a Europe with regions and cities: the view of young people - How should the COR fit into the EU's institutional architecture in the future?

  

© European Union / Tim De Backer

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

Architecture Day 2013 in the heart of Almere. On the Day of Architecture 24 June 2013 CASLa, the architectural centre of the city of Almere, combined a program full of green architecture in the future Floriade site with a musical passage to the city centre of Almere, as never seen before. Started at Camping Water Wood with a festive architectural breakfast and presentations on a recreation and campingsite in the heart of the city. Then the crossing over the Weerwater to the Stadshart (City center) was made. This musical and spectacular crossing was graced with a special performance on four pianos of Canto Ostinato by Simeon to Holt. After a festive parade, the concert continued in The New Library to the Town Hall Square. The library was accessible to the usual coming and going public, who were surprised by the concert. The performers of Canto Ostinato were Marianne Kiraly, Barend Kooistra, Karen Janssen and Willemieke van den Heuvel

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

EXPO Shanghai, October 2010

 

The Ninbo Tengtou Pavilion is the only village pavilion at the EXPO exhibition.

 

It is designed by Wang Shu and Lu Wenvy (Amateur Architecture Studio) and is one of the most poetic experience I had at the exhibition and it gave me a lot of hope for chinese architecture in the future.

 

They were representing China at Venice Biennale this year 2010 with "Decay of a Dome"

 

Wang Shu is Professor and Head of the Architecture department at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.

 

Profile:

chinese-architects.com/profile_teams/view/123

Architecture Day 2013 in the heart of Almere. On the Day of Architecture 24 June 2013 CASLa, the architectural centre of the city of Almere, combined a program full of green architecture in the future Floriade site with a musical passage to the city centre of Almere, as never seen before. Started at Camping Water Wood with a festive architectural breakfast and presentations on a recreation and campingsite in the heart of the city. Then the crossing over the Weerwater to the Stadshart (City center) was made. This musical and spectacular crossing was graced with a special performance on four pianos of Canto Ostinato by Simeon to Holt. After a festive parade, the concert continued in The New Library to the Town Hall Square. The library was accessible to the usual coming and going public, who were surprised by the concert. The performers of Canto Ostinato were Marianne Kiraly, Barend Kooistra, Karen Janssen and Willemieke van den Heuvel

Architecture Day 2013 in the heart of Almere. On the Day of Architecture 24 June 2013 CASLa, the architectural centre of the city of Almere, combined a program full of green architecture in the future Floriade site with a musical passage to the city centre of Almere, as never seen before. Started at Camping Water Wood with a festive architectural breakfast and presentations on a recreation and campingsite in the heart of the city. Then the crossing over the Weerwater to the Stadshart (City center) was made. This musical and spectacular crossing was graced with a special performance on four pianos of Canto Ostinato by Simeon to Holt. After a festive parade, the concert continued in The New Library to the Town Hall Square. The library was accessible to the usual coming and going public, who were surprised by the concert. The performers of Canto Ostinato were Marianne Kiraly, Barend Kooistra, Karen Janssen and Willemieke van den Heuvel

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