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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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Cordivari Design is an Italian company that produces innovative search radiator. To this day we chose to show you some of inox products in this collection, the material does not have a lot to do with creativity. However, people in Cordivari managed to come with stunning design radiator. Because of unusually large size, they generate [...]
Modern house covering 3000 square meters was designed by Jack Zack and Lise de Vito designed and modern open plan that takes advantage of a broad view and the San Francisco Bay. Options means unique panelized framing house assembled on site within 3 1 / 2 weeks. The house consists of three cubic bathroom + [...]
Okitu house designed by Pete Bossley is located in the dream. The beauty of this beach is located on a ridge above the east coast with views of Poverty Bay right round to Tatapouri Point in New Zealand. This beach house also has a shaded outdoor area sheltered from the east and the east wind, [...]
Innovation design walk in wardrobe has a lot of designs from Walk in Wardrobe Zone. Walk in wardrobe have more room and hung with a large clothes closet features both open and closed. Walk in wardrobe more functional and practical, making it easier to access to view and search for your clothes.