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Timeless Design Showcased by Five-Bedroom Home in Pennsylvania

architecture exterior Timeless Design Showcased by Five Bedroom Home in Pennsylvania

Farinelli Construction‘s custom residential project Street of Dreams 2014 is one of the most welcoming contemporary cribs we’ve seen lately. Its classic exterior and timeless finishes act as an open invite to exploring the property further. The five-bedroom home was created with an Eco-Friendly, Holistic mindset. The brick throughout the house is reclaimed antique cobble stone cut for interior walls, floors and ceiling details while the remaining core was used for the exterior walkways. A fresh herb garden completes the fresh look. Some interesting details were highlighted by the project developers. An Eco-Friendly approach can be seen in the sun tunnel skylight in the home office. The floor in the master shower is made from natural pebble stone. Continue reading »

Beetle Shells Structure

The Institute for Computational Design and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design of theUniversity of Stuttgart created a carbon-fibre pavilion based on the Elytron, shell encasing the wings and abdomen of beetles. A total of 36 individual items were manufactured, including geometric shapes to create a wonderful structure to discover in the article. Continue reading »

Healdsburg Transformation by Amy Alper

Healdsburg Transformation by Amy Alper (18)

Healdsburg Transformation is a project with architecture by Amy Alper, interior design by Brad and Susan Harmon, and landscape design by Margaret Baumgratz. The home is located in Healdsburg, California, USA. Photos by: Eric Rorer

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Waterfront House On A Mountain

The Till House is a single story house designed by Chilean architects WMR Arquitectos on the coast of Los Arcos. This wooded residence is perched on a cliff, away from prying eyes, with stunning views to the sea ​​through the terrace and windows installed in all rooms. Continue reading »

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