The roof of the 23.2 house is built with existing, one hundred years old, Douglas Fir beams of various lengths, that were left after the demolition of the old warehouses previously occupying the property.
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The Outpost Residence is centered around a main living space from which you can access the bedroom from a narrow staircase. From the outside, the building looks minimalistic and made of concrete blocks and a large window.
On the Pages of AZ you can usually find home projects (interiors, houses, furniture, etc.), but every now and then an eyecandy from bigger scale industry catches the imagination.
The 145 square meter house is located in Graz Geidorf, Austria and has an interesting and very unorthodox shape that changes dramatically when viewed from different locations.
The redesign of the Bondi House has converted it to a very interesting home for a small family with kids. Letting more light in is always a good decision.
Unique is just the right word to describe the kitchen glass countertops from Thinkglass. A great variety of colors, textures and shapes to choose from and make a statement in your kitchen.
Luxury and simple forms are what defines this exceptional 650 square meters house in Limassol, Cyprus.
Nestled between two big boulders, this fascinating house is appropriately called the Pierre Residence.
Planning and building with a whole bunch of restrictions is hard, but Parsonson Architects kept it together and made this amazing building.
Photographed by Nelson Garrido, the Star House (which is more of a private chalet, then a house) is located in Bneider, Kuwait.
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