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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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Hide from the standard architecture of the houses in the seven-acre site in quiet Mount Washington area of Los Angeles. This is a good example of the open outside the house. This has two sides. Exhibition opened one of them, while the second views of the city.
Lounge chair equipped with foot rest to rest lying on the outdoor or indoor. A piece of interesting seat warm for creating a relaxed atmosphere full of simplicity with a big round chair to lie made of woven crafts are formed so that everyone can sit or lie down in the seat.
Entertained boring apartment interior design is very simple if a little color added. This fresh flat in the picture below is a source of inspiration for you to find a lively design ideas. As you can see, painted the white cradle, but does not stop designers from improvisation.
This mountain retreat designed by Jesus Robles, Dale Rush and Cade Hayes, design DUST. It is intended to accommodate a small family of three members. If you want to reach the house, then you have to walk through the dense forest of saguaros, Ocotillo and tree Paloverde. The house is divided into four zones namely [...]