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Hive Modular sells some models modern modular homes with an emphasis on excellent architectural design. Small B-Line is a model with a flat roof design tone. This is a 990-square-foot house with six rooms, two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining room and bathroom. The price is $ 185/sq ft to build. Cladding of houses is done in the fiber-cement.
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Design houses, designed by Canadian architect Paul Raff, environmentally friendly house in toronto is located between the trees and traditional houses in forest hill. In the high-end community, cascade house stand apart from a noisy environment, with eco-friendly home design. Walls, the house combines modern high-performance passive building, located in areas with a large sloping [...]
Posted on December 15th, 2009 under eco home | Comments Off
Contemporary kitchen with open shelves is one choices of kitchens model. Designed by cesar, it offers you something difference. Open shelves intentionally make will help you to reach the accessories easier and quicker then closed cabinets. Made from wood, kitchen island and kitchen cabinets look so natural. But it’s also available in Walnut or Larch.
Posted on December 31st, 2010 under interior | Comments Off
japanese wooden architecture firms design
We love this wooden Japanese house Wakura by Seiichi Kubo, Yoshinobu Kagiyama mines and Muratsuji Japanese architecture firm designed Archivi Architects & Associates. Like the exterior, clad in wood (it is primarily from local Japanese cedar and cypress written in Japanese) is too much dominated by the natural wood interior.
Posted on November 21st, 2010 under wood home | Comments Off
Sako architects have challenged the traditional Chinese architecture by constructing a complex of energy-efficient housing rotated 45 degrees to the north-south for increased natural lighting. Traditionally, residential buildings in southern China and north-facing, but the unique position of letting bumps in the Beijing project is to store large amounts of energy. The project includes four [...]
Posted on May 20th, 2010 under best apartments, eco home, residence | Comments Off