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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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This impressive one bedroom apartment covers an area of only 36 square meters, but organized very intelligent. The walls are painted white, which is actually a basic rule to increase the sense of space in a small house. This plan looks pretty attic is quite simple: he has one room plus kitchen, which turns sent [...]
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Via Veneto of Falper is a full bathroom furniture system is very flexible and modular. On-Top, bottom-up and built-in sink, four types of buttons, width 21, 3 heights and 3 standard depth, curved elements and changes in depth, and many other things you completely personalize your bathroom.
This contemporary house was designed by the incredible architecture and is substance in Iowa, USA. This project consists in turning the architecture of the house originally built in 1941. Everything is repeated and reorganized to create housing with a high degree of functionality.