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Stunning Traditional Log Homes, Rustic Western-Style  Houses
 
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Popular traditional houses in England
 
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Traditional American House Styles
 
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Esperas Traditional Houses - Oia, Santorini, Greece
 
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Room 120 during our June 2013 holiday. To be able to see the beautiful sunset while resting in the bed, in privacy and comfort - that alone is worth the ticket.
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America's Most Beautiful Houses - Mediterranean, Victorian, Tudor and Traditional Style
 
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Traditional Style on Modern Houses - dSIGN
 
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5 Traditional Design of Wood Houses With Amazing Interior
 
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Without a doubt, houses that are made of woods are beautiful more than what you expect. It has benefits beyond your imagination. Many believe that a wooden home will never go out of style and this is true even in this modern times. Indeed choosing a wooden home is a great idea because you can build your house whatever the climate or wherever is your location. These houses are attractive and beautiful both in urban or rural areas. http://www.jbsolis.net/
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Thai Traditional House Style
 
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Travels with Spy: German Timber-Frame Houses [Part 1]
 
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CONTEMPORARY HOUSE EXTERIOR DESIGNS AND  STUNNING TRANSITIONAL-STYLE HOUSES
 
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50 CONTEMPORARY, ECLECTIC, MODERN AND TRADITIONAL HOUSE EXTERIOR DESIGNS https://bahayofw.com/2016/11/50-contemporary-eclectic-modern-and-traditional-house-exterior-designs.html 50 STUNNING TRANSITIONAL-STYLE HOUSES https://bahayofw.com/2017/08/50-stunning-transitional-style-houses.html
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Indian Village House...ancient houses...
 
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Hi friends..if you are into archaeology, then you will surely find this video interesting...do like and comment and don't forget to subscribe :-) India’s city landscape is leapfrogging each year, further and further away from the beautiful designs of the past. Most of these traditional house designs still flourish in villages or, more rarely, in the secluded, untouched suburbs of the cities. If you’re in the market for a house or flat you may find yourself wondering where those beautiful houses have disappeared and if there’s any chance you can get your hands on one or convince your architect to add a little touch of vintage India to your home. Follow me on: https://www.instagram.com/priyanka_vlogz/ https://www.facebook.com/Travel_Shopping-More-1641136569277227/
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Traditional Folk Houses in Japan Japanology  民家,
 
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Minka (Japanese: 民家, lit. "house of the people") are vernacular houses constructed in any one of several traditional Japanese building styles. In the context of the four divisions of society, minka were the dwellings of farmers, artisans, and merchants (i.e., the three non-samurai castes). This connotation no longer exists in the modern Japanese language, and any traditional Japanese-style residence of an appropriate age could be referred to as minka. Minka are characterised by their basic structure, their roof structure and their roof shape. Minka developed through history with distinctive styles emerging in the Edo period.
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Koreans transforming traditional hanok houses for 21st-century living
 
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피디리포트: 한국 한옥의 현대화 & 재조명 Built from the time of the Chosun dynasty from 1392 to 1910, hanok are single-storey houses made of wood and stone, featuring tiled roofs, wooden pillars, paper windows, a small courtyard and floor heating. They started disappearing in the 1970s and 1980s... but they are making a comeback. More hanoks are being refurbished for modern living.... a unique blend of tradition and modern day convenience our News feature tonight with Kim Jungsoo. Korea's traditional houses, or hanok, have long been known for their grace and natural beauty, but modern-day Koreans often see them more as tourist attractions than as places to live. The general perception is that hanok can't contain heat very well and are incompatible with the technological advances now synonymous with modern life. "For a long time, traditional Korean hanok couldn't compete with Western-style buildings that were designed for economic efficiency. But perceptions of hanok began changing in the early 2000s, when more Koreans started to recognize the benefits of living in a nature-friendly environment. Until seven or eight years ago, people simply renovated existing hanok, but since then, there have been more attempts to build modernized hanok from the ground up." Bae Yun-mok's house in Eunpyung-gu District's new hanok village is a good example. On the outside, it looks no different from a traditional hanok - as if it has been frozen in time - but once inside, one can tell the house has been carefully designed to accomodate the owner's unique lifestyle and aesthetic tastes. "My family and I lived in an apartment for more than 20 years, and I grew tired of feeling hemmed-in every time I came back from work. Having lived in this modernized hanok for more than a year, I can say that I made the right decision." While modernized hanok offer the same kind of psychological comfort as traditional ones, some key differences are apparent at first glance. For one thing, this hanok is two stories instead of one. Experts say Joseon-era hanok rarely had more than one floor, as it was considered a sacrilege to live in a place higher than the king's palace. Plus, there was little need to worry about space. "In the Joseon Dynasty, the population was smaller, so there was less pressure to be frugal about land. But now, it's necessary to make the most out of the available space. What's more, there was no guarantee that heat could be transferred to the top floor, which further discouraged two-story buildings." That doesn't mean that modernized hanok have completely discarded what made traditional hanok so special: When it's warm out, Mr. Bae and his family -- his wife, his two sons and his mother -- simply go out to the madang, where they can commune with nature and talk to one another. But families aren't the only beneficiaries. "The modern version comes in a variety of sizes, too, like this hanok in central Seoul made for a single occupant." Song Moon-sook, the owner of this "urban" hanok, which is about 30 square meters, says that she was first struck by the beauty of hanok houses when she visited Seochon hanok village on a rainy day some four years ago. "I remember sitting in the madang of one hanok, and the sight and scent of nature had a particular impact on me. So I had the word hanok engraved in my memory when I started my journey to get a new home." Song recalls that it was necessary to find an architect who could understand her desire for a house that replicated a hanok's traditional beauty, while also satisfying her need for modern conveniences. "My client told me that she wanted the hanok to be designed around her comfort, and not the other way around. So it looks like an ordinary hanok on the outside, but inside it has a modern framework for heating and security purposes. It's conversations like these, between residents and architects, that are ushering in a new generation of modern hanok equipped with state-of-the-art technology. But perhaps more importantly, these new hanok are helping Koreans rediscover the meaning of the "good life" -- one that is carefully attuned to nature and history. Kim Jung-soo, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Views: 4754 ARIRANG NEWS
Amazing Viking Turf House Tour - Stunning Green Building!
 
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Thank you to Squarespace for sponsoring this video :) You can visit http://squarespace.com/exploringalternatives to get 10% off your first purchase! In this video we're excited to share the re-created 1000-year-old Viking settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada. We visited the site last fall and had we really enjoyed learning more about the settlement, but also about the traditional construction techniques they used for the turf dwellings and workshops. The turf houses are built with timber frames that are load bearing, and walls that are built with peat bricks that have been cut and dried from a nearby bog. Each wall actually has two layers of the bricks, with layer of gravel sandwiched in the middle to help drain any moisture before it infiltrates to the interior of the structure. It's incredible that the Vikings were able to build such beautiful and functional structures with limited building materials, and in such a harsh environment. Another thing that we found really neat that didn't have anything to do with the structures was the fact that the bog not only provided peat for building, but bog iron they could use to create nails and other hardware they needed to repair their ships. If you're interested, here's a link to our longer, more in-depth video about an Icelandic turf house: https://youtu.be/_7JFwLyrdJw And here's a link where you can learn more about the L'Anse aux Meadows historic Viking settlement in Newfoundland: http://www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/nl/meadows Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle ------------------------------------------------------------- SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL! ------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you to all of our Patrons who support us so generously and a very special thank you to our backbone supporters: The Burgess Family and Jakob Dannesboe! If you like our videos, please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/exploringalternatives ------------------------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH! ------------------------------------------------------------- Blog: www.exploringalternatives.ca Facebook: /exploringalternativesblog Instagram: @exploringalternatives Twitter: @ExploringAlt ------------------------------------------------------------- SUBTITLES AND CLOSED CAPTIONS ------------------------------------------------------------- A very special thank you to our subtitle and closed captions contributors! If you would like to contribute subtitles or closed captions to an Exploring Alternatives video, please click here to see which ones need your help: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UC8EQAfueDGNeqb1ALm0LjHA&tab=2 To learn how to create and submit subtitles and closed captions, check out this YouTube info page: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6054623 If you would like credit for your subtitles, translation, or closed captions in the description of the video, please email us with your full name, the language of your translation, and the video title that you worked on. You can email us at: [email protected] ------------------------------------------------------------- SPONSORS ------------------------------------------------------------- We occasionally include paid sponsor messages/integrations in our videos to help fund the channel.  We do our best to work with companies and organizations that offer products or services that are in line with our values, and that we think would be interesting and useful to our viewers. We will always disclose if we’re promoting products that were given to us for free, or if we’re including a sponsored message in our video. For business or sponsorship inquiries, please email us at [email protected]  ------------------------------------------------------------- VIDEO CREDITS ------------------------------------------------------------- Music & Song Credits:  All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives. Editing Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filming Credits: Mat of Exploring Alternatives
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Houses Interior Design Black Modern Addition To Traditional Style Home
 
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Houses Interior Design Black Modern Addition To Traditional Style Home Modern Design : Black Modern Addition To Traditional Style Home.https://youtu.be/EtzrT2eCg_k Whether you hire a decorator or interior designer is determined by the type of project you have, plus the scope of the project. In case what you're doing isn't actually a big deal, or it's something which isn't going to have a huge impact on the space, or you don't as always, consult your project developing much beyond say a coat involving paint, or maybe it's just a freshening up, then I would advise you to use or get a decorator. In the past, painters were called decorators. They were the ones that actually did the job. Then later, decorators were generally known as those who could help you furnish or perhaps decorate a room. As items became increasingly more sophisticated, specifically in businesses and then in households, designers came on the picture that had more education and learning in the technical and system realm, as well as the health, security, and welfare of the open public. If you have the desire to, you can do even more research into the development of the lining decorating and design sector, from the beginning until the present period. Interior decorating and design certainly easily infiltrated field. It appears that anybody with a flair to get color or pattern might get in to this profession and call themselves a professional. Many recently enough knowledge to make on their own dangerous to a client or maybe potential client. When I graduated from design school, I actually garnered my first career with a very high-end furniture store. My passion was for design first, then selling the furniture in addition to furnishings to bring out the layout concept as well as the personality from the client. Store employed sales staff that had some degree connected with skill in decorating, and some came from very different careers along with backgrounds. I found out rapidly, that furniture stores like very high-end furniture stores, do not really care about design and style or what you will get in conditions of design. As furnishings stores, whether or not they employ designers or designers, their ultimate concern is selling an individual furniture. Period. I have a tendency care what they tell you normally. Their profit comes from offering you the furniture.
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Travel to the Arts of Thailand -- The Traditional Thai Houses
 
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Traditional Thai houses have been built with an elevated ground floor to avoid flooding. When the water rises, the elevated floor helps protect the living space from not only water but also the many creatures which come with the flooding. 

When there is no flooding, the space beneath the elevated floor is used as a daytime living room, working room or even dining room for the whole family. As Thailand has strong sun all year round, the space is protected from solar heat to provide comfort. At night, when it is cooler, people stay upstairs. The architecture of Thailand is a major part of the country's rich cultural. Influenced by the architectural traditions of many of Thailand's neighbors, it has also developed significant regional variation within its vernacular and religious buildings.
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Best Traditional Home - Fine Homebuilding HOUSES 2014
 
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This remodel by Architectural Resource wins our best-traditional-home award for its embrace of the past, present, and future. The craftsmanship and materials are prepared to endure another century of service.
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Building Without Nails  The Genius of Japanese Carpentry
 
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We've heard of the genius "technology" used in ancient times to build towering monuments with nothing more than primitive tools like stones and ropes. The Egyptian pyramids of old is a great example. Back in the far east, Japan had plenty to offer the ancient world as well when it came to resourceful inventions and crafts. Traditional Japanese Carpenters built houses, temples, and castles, without the use of nails, screws, or bolts. In a documentary interviewing one of the few remaining practitioners of this seemingly lost art of carpentry, an old Japanese master craftsman exclaims "No bolts, no nails. It lasts longer!". Proudly claiming its effectiveness that no one would be able to argue against its success in the form of several majestic towering temples all over Japan still standing to this day. After being subjected to harsh weather and clashes of changes in civilizations for well over a thousand years. But with the bold statement comes a clear understanding that the success to this art isn't because they designed it to withstand "against" nature, instead, it is all about being "with" nature. Moving his livelihood to New York and sharing his art form of old Japanese wood working to the world, Isao Hanafusa, co-owner of Miya Shoji, has carved himself a unique niche in the competitive market of the furnishing industry. Sought out and revered by New Yorkers wanting that embrace with nature in their interior decor with a style and durability in craftsmanship that can't be rivaled by most factory produced alternatives. All furniture selections in Miya Shoji showrooms are hand crafted, even the types lumber used in all his crafts are hand selected by Hanafusa himself. Isao Hanafusa was a graduate of Industrial Revolution studies of which he states has produced countless wonders for the modern world, but its cold machinery has also tragically killed off individual talent that is supposed to reside in craftsmen. To this day, he rejects criticisms of his methods being unnecessarily old fashioned, because with all the bold talk of technologically advanced tools and methods used in modern day construction work, the Hanafusa family believes a thousand years worth of talent refinement and mastery should not be thrown away in exchange for mass production convenience. Nor is it going to back down from the contest that their crafts will last even longer than rigid concrete and metal structures for the simple fact they are not designed to resist against the force of mother nature, but to live with her. Credits: China Uncensored China Uncensored channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/NTDChinaUncensored
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Chettinad Heritage- Palatial Houses  Tamilnadu
 
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The Chettinad region comprising few areas in Sivagangai and few areas in Pudukottai Districts of Tamilnahettinad with its unique ornated palatial houses,antiques,exquisite cuisine,the living culture,traditional tie ups etc are very interesting. All are great we can simply say.At present there are 76 villages which has architecture extravaganza (56 villages in Sivaganga and 20 villages in Pudukottai Districts). The ornated biggest palatial houses at Kaanaadukaathaan,Aathangudi,Kandanur,Kadiyapatti are shown in the documentary as an example. Please experience yourselves by seeing many houses in the region.....Once in life these facts are to be known....Welcome to Chett[email protected]
Views: 45824 nellaissmani
#Amazing Design Japanese Carpenters Woodworking Skills - Building A Traditional Wood House In Japan
 
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#Amazing Design Japanese Carpenters Woodworking Skills - Building A Traditional Wood House In Japan
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Traditional Kerala Style Houses
 
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This video features some Traditional Kerala Style Houses, Designed by Dreamspace Designers & Builders Pvt.ltd Kochi.For More Details Call :9388007070 Or Mail : [email protected]
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Tea House Japanese Style
 
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Koreans transforming traditional hanok houses for 21st-century living
 
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피디리포트: 한국 한옥의 현대화 & 재조명 Hanok. Built centuries ago during the Chosun dynasty, these single-storey houses made of wood and stone, are making a much anticpated comeback. Our Kim Jung-soo went out to check out this a unique blend of tradition and modernity. Korea's traditional houses, or hanok, have long been known for their grace and natural beauty, but modern-day Koreans often see them more as tourist attractions than as places to live. "For a long time, traditional Korean hanok couldn't compete with Western-style buildings that were designed for economic efficiency. But perceptions of hanok began changing in the early 2000s, when more Koreans started to recognize the benefits of living in a nature-friendly environment." Bae Yun-mok's house in Eunpyeong-gu District's new hanok village is a good example. "My family and I lived in an apartment for more than 20 years, and I grew tired of feeling hemmed-in every time I came back from work. Having lived in this modernized hanok for more than a year, I can say that I made the right decision." While modernized hanok offer the same kind of psychological comfort as traditional ones, some key differences are apparent at first glance. For one thing, this hanok is two stories instead of one. "In the Joseon Dynasty, the population was smaller, so there was less pressure to be frugal about land. What's more, there was no guarantee that heat could be transferred to the top floor, which further discouraged two-story buildings." "The modern version comes in a variety of sizes, too, like this hanok in central Seoul made for a single occupant." Song Moon-sook, the owner of this "urban" hanok, which is about 30 square meters, says that she was first struck by the beauty of hanok houses when she visited Seochon hanok village on a rainy day some four years ago. "I remember sitting in the madang of one hanok, and the sight and scent of nature had a particular impact on me. So I had the word hanok engraved in my memory when I started my journey to get a new home." Song recalls that it was necessary to find an architect who could understand her desire for a house that replicated a hanok's traditional beauty, while also satisfying her need for modern conveniences. "My client told me that she wanted the hanok to be designed around her comfort, and not the other way around. So it looks like an ordinary hanok on the outside, but inside it has a modern framework for heating and security purposes. But perhaps more importantly, these new hanok are helping Koreans rediscover the meaning of the "good life" -- one that is carefully attuned to nature and history. Kim Jung-soo, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Views: 529 ARIRANG NEWS
German style houses
 
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German style houses
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Traditional Finnish Log House Building Process
 
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The Beautiful Wooden Houses In The Traditional Style Of The United States
 
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Beautiful House - The Most Beautiful Wooden Houses in the world
 
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The Most Beautiful Wooden Houses in the world. Wooden houses can be large and beautiful as today’s traditional luxury houses, but they have something that today’s traditional homes don’t have (boules). If you like the look of these houses or simply want to live in a wooden house built from natural materials, the wooden house is the right solution for you. - Wooden houses are very popular and modern in a some parts of the world. They could be designed just like the ordinary houses, and could be small or large, but beautiful in any way. The wooden houses are made with a natural materials and look very unique. Today, there are many contemporary wooden house designs, which look just like some luxury residence and there are even a wooden residence and modern wooden villas. ✅ For copyright matters please contact us: [email protected] © My video is in accordance with the Fair Use Law of Youtube https://www.youtube.com/yt/about/copyright/fair-use/ ----------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching! Please subscribe for more videos
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Tajikistan's traditional building style withstands earthquakes
 
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People of the Pamir Mountains in Eastern Tajikistan have lived in traditional homes that have changed little in centuries. Although many of the houses in the region have deep traditional, cultural and religious symbolism, it’s the way they’ve been built that’s proven such a success. AL Jazeera's Pearly Jacob reports from Gorno-Badakshan, Tajikistan. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Views: 3399 Al Jazeera English
House Plans Tamilnadu Traditional Style
 
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A building process of Chinese traditional architecture
 
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A building process of Chinese traditional architecture
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Traditional Kerala Style Nalukettu House Plans
 
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Japanese Traditional Style House Interior Design
 
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Top 25 Portuguese style houses in Goa
 
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Traditional Japanese Style House In America
 
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Traditional Finnish Log House Building Process - 16mm Film Scan - English Version
 
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Traditional Finnish Log House Building Process. Remastered version from 16mm digital film scan. The film is filmed in Southeast Finland, in the village of Lyytikkälä in Suomenniemi in 1990. http://www.northmen.com http://www.facebook.com/northmenguild http://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
Views: 764347 Northmen
Malaysia Traditional House Style
 
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Traditional Japanese Style House Plans
 
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Tiny House Japanese Style
 
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50 Stunning Transitional Style Houses
 
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http://bahayofw.com/2017/08/50-stunning-transitional-style-houses.html Transitional-style houses are mixed with the traditional and modern design. According to Houzz, “transitional style is a marriage of traditional and modern furniture, finishes, materials, and fabrics.”Simple design houses but the result are elegant, enduring design that is both comfortable and classic.From the word “transition”, it implies that this style falls between a very traditional style and an ultra-sleek modern style. Furniture in transitional style homes combines qualities from both traditional and contemporary styles.Here are some beautiful examples of transitional-style houses:
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Traditional Cape Style House Plans
 
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Top 10 Modern Style Houses
 
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Traditional German Style House
 
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Bamboo House Style Philippines
 
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Traditional Chinese House Styles
 
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Kerala Style Traditional House
 
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Traditional Thai Houses
 
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The traditional Thai house is a fine example of a structure designed for its environment. Built from wood the house is traditionally raised on pillars to protect the occupants from wild animals, flooding and from criminals. The pillared are also provides shade during the hot tropical days and shelter for animals at night. Today many older Thai houses have the pillared area walled in to provide an extra room or two for the family. The different regions of Thailand have different styles of houses but the fundamental design remains the same. Sadly, many of these houses have been replaced by anonymous concrete shop-houses and suburban-style bungalows and the costs of building a traditional style house from new are too high most people. There are, though, still many fine examples of these old wooden houses throughout Thailand.
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The Birth Of A Wooden House. Extended
 
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We unexpectedly found missing footage of two more scenes from the building process - moss collection in the local swamp and finishing of the frame. So we decided to make another version - extended edition (2 mins longer) to add those scenes to the movie and share them with you all. This is a documentary movie uncovering the process of building a wooden house with mostly hand tools from (as much as possible) local natural materials starting from forest till the living space. "I built my house from trees that I felled in winter time (-20C) with an axe and two man crosscut saw in my own forest. I did it following the research of old carpenter's calendar that coniferous trees should be felled in January's first days when the new moon rises and the deciduous trees should be felled in the winter time during the old moon. In winter time trees are sleeping and the juice and moisture content is very low in them. As time passes timber felled in winter becomes light and strong. In the building process I used mostly traditional carpenters hand tools - axes, hand saws, timber framing chisels and slicks, old Stanley planes, augers, draw knives and mostly human energy. All the ground work for fundaments and the basement earth digging was done by hand with shovels. The foundation consists mostly of bigger and smaller rocks and boulders. Lime, sand and concrete mixture are using only in small amounts - to hold the boulders together. The visible part over the ground level - boulder mosaic has been masoned with hand split local granite. The House has been built based on the western part of Latvia - Kurland/Kurzeme (German influence) historical wooden architecture typical technique - Timber Frame construction with sliding log walls between the posts. House is two carpentry technique union - Timber Frame (that is typical in France, Germany, Great Britain, North America and other countries) and traditional Latvian log building technique, between the logs using moss from the local swamp. In the walls, timber frame and roof construction there I used only wood joints and wooden pegs to hold the main construction together - no nails, screws or steel plates. Walls are insulated with 250mm thick dry pine and larch shaving layer (leftover from the local cabinet makers workshop). Overall exterior wall thickness is 50cm. In the walls (except wind vapour breathable membrane over the roof) has not been used any plastic or modern synthetic materials. To preserve the wood from the spoiling, fame posts, sills, top beams and final cladding boards are treated with fire and pine tar mixed with Tung oil. This wood preservation technique was adapted from the Japanese traditional wood preservation technique Shou Sugi Ban (焼杉板). Exterior cladding boards recoating each 10-15 years with Tung oil and pine or birch tar mixture, the house can last more than 500 years. As an example is taken Norwegian stave churches that stands more than 500 years until nowadays. Roofing is three layer white oak shingles (each 10mm thick, 120mm wide and 720mm long) laid in two directional technique. Overall amount of shingles used is 15 000 pieces. Roof walls are insulated with ecological wood fibre wool and wood fibre panels. Over the wood fibre panels are plastered natural plaster - mixture of sand, clay powder, lime, linen fibre, salt, wheat flour. Overall thickness of the plaster is 20mm and over all amount of plaster used on the walls are 5000 kilos. It works also as thermal mass and improves energy performance. Exterior measurements of the house is 6.5 x 13 meters. Living space in both floors are 120sq/m. The house is being heated with clay plastered brick bread oven and smaller oven made of clay tiles in the kitchen. To heat up both floors of the house, when outside it is minus 10 degrees (Celsium) only small oven is heated once a day. When freeze gets below -15, -20 C, we heat up the bread oven. Once it is heated, because of it’s thermal mass of 5 tons, it keeps the warmth 2-3 days. To heat up all the house (120 sq/m) in the winter time we use not more than 4 m3 (1.1 cord) of dry firewood. This is 2nd winter we are living there and we still heat up the house with the leftovers of lumber from the building process. And it will be enough for 3 more years. I have fulfilled my vision to a build natural, ecological house with high thermal efficiency, low energy consumption, sustainable, using local materials such as - wood, stone, old and new clay bricks, moss, linen fibre, clay, water, lime, wheat flour, salt and wood shavings." Jacob, carpenter, craftsman and founder of Northmen ( ex John Neeman Tools). http://northmen.com https://www.facebook.com/northmenguild https://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
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Minimal Traditional House Style
 
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PROFICIENT Construction (Houses)- Modern Latest & Traditional Elevation Designs in Lahore Pakistan
 
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PROFICIENT Constructions provides comprehensive Residential and Commercial Construction, Architectural Planning, Interior Designing & Renovation services for houses, plazas, offices, flats, apartments, high rise buildings, schools, colleges, universities, hospitals etc. Our range of services includes: • Time bound and quality construction • Architectural planning • Interior designing • Construction supervision • Remodeling and alterations in interiors and exteriors. PROFICIENT Construction (Contacts) Mobile: 0092 300 8485001 Office: 0092 42 38410606 Fax: 0092 323 8323185 E mail: [email protected] Website: www. proficientconstruction.weebly.com Lahore-Pakistan.
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Building a traditional style wooden plane pt.3
 
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In this series of videos I build a traditionally styled wooden jack plane using a Krenov type lamination method. Here I true up the bed and toe piece surfaces after the sawing out. I also talk a little about the wood I use and about the lamination method.
Views: 28389 Sumokun

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