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Australian architect Richard Cole Architecture has designed Bluff Farm House in the tradition of a quiet country house with a modern touch. Located in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Australia, this idea of a contemporary ranch house came in response to strong pastoral appeal of the site – a hill, the grass is awesome meandering river and the valley.
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People need a good furniture and fashionable to put in their room. But sometime good furniture usually not simple to save an especially for people who did not have large space in their room. Workstation people need like a desk with have simple design and not to take a lot of space. A globus computer [...]
Along with this glass lies on the axis of the local church and to create attractive vista. Use clear and reduce other forms of continued strict in the selection of materials. Drunk white facades. Inside the house all areas, except for bathroom tiles, fitted with oak parquet floor.
The Lamboo Studio project. This round Eco Lodge is built of bamboo. The small studio uses a system of solar-roof-shaped radicals S. Radical S-shaped roof system helps to warm the house cool in summer and winter. Permanent metal roof coating also has a built electric solar panels.
Situated in North Toronto, where the streets are lined with neo-historical châteaus in beige brick and taupe stucco, the Ravine Residence contrasts with its neighbours. Architectural designer Cindy Rendely has created a stepped arrangement of volumes that open forthrightly into the landscape. The main wing of metal and stone houses the family of five and [...]