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fredag

New photo's from Monstrum's studio


New photos´s of skovsnogen/wood snake from Monstrum´s studio, Copenhagen



onsdag

First pictures of Thoreau's cabin

First pictures of Thoreau's cabin. From Monstrum's studio, Copenhagen

New photo's from Monstrum's studio

The newest photos of Skovsnogen/Wood Snake. From Monstrum's studio in Copenhagen/Denmark


torsdag

First pictures of Skovsnogen


First pictures of Monstrum's skovsnog/forest grass snake

fredag

The Tallest Wooden House in The World 44 metres
Dominating the skyline of Arkhangelsk, a city in Russia’s far north-west, it is believed to be the world’s tallest wooden house, soaring 13 floors to reach 144ft – about half the size of the tower of Big Ben.The house that Nikolai Sutyagin built is also crumbling, incomplete and under threat of demolition from city authorities determined to end the former convict’s eccentric 15-year project.When Sutyagin began work on his dacha in 1992, he claims he was only intending to build a two-storey house – larger than those of his neighbours to reflect his position as the city’s richest man, but certainly not a contender for the Guinness Book of Records.However, convinced by a trip to see wooden houses in Japan and Norway, he concluded that he had not used roof space efficiently enough and decided to keep building.”First I added three floors but then the house looked ungainly, like a mushroom,” he said. “So I added another and it still didn’t look right so I kept going. What you see today is a happy accident. “There were other motives too. Having grown up in a Soviet communal flat, Sutyagin said he felt lonely living by himself.Not only would his house make a perfect love nest for his molls it could also accommodate the 18 executives at his construction company.What is left of his fantasy is slowly decaying around him. Even so, it remains a remarkable architectural feat – especially given the fact that Sutyagin built much of it himself – that defies easy description. A whimsical jumble of planking, from a distance it bears a resemblance to a Japanese pagoda, but draw closer and it seems more like a mix between a Brobdignagian tree house and the lair of a wicked fairytale character.

http://www.maniacworld.com/worlds-tallest-wooden-house.html

torsdag

Thoreau's hytte i Naturrum Skovsnogen

Monstrum laver egen version af Thoreau's hytte i Naturrum Skovsnogen.
Læs mere om Monstrum og hytten
på:http://skovsnog1.blogspot.com/

tirsdag


Thoreau's hytte eksisterer ikke mere og på den oprindelige placering i skoven med udsigt over søen Walden er den oprindelige byggetomt markeret af en række granitpæle. Til gengæld er der rejst en kopi af den oprindelige hytte klods op af en parkeringsplads i bekvem afstand for turister.

Thoreau begyndte at planlægge sin lille hytte i marts måned for over 150 år siden. Skelettet kom op i maj måned. Og han var parat til at flytte ind den 4. juli. Hytten var indrettet med en seng, et bord , et smalt skrivebord med en lampe, og tre stole --- "one for solitude, two for friendship, three for society."