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House B by Format Elf Architekten (2)

House B by Format Elf Architekten (2)

Gallery of Villa Black / K2A - 2  ~ Great pin! For Oahu architectural design visit http://ownerbuiltdesign.com

Gallery of Villa Black / K2A - 2

Gallery of Villa Black / K2A - 2 ~ Great pin! For Oahu architectural design visit http://ownerbuiltdesign.com

Brettverschalt im Neckartal - Einfamilienhaus in Esslingen

Brettverschalt im Neckartal - Einfamilienhaus in Esslingen

Archterra Architects designed the Bush House, a solar-powered abode that blends environmental sustainability with contemporary luxury.

Solar-powered Bush House exemplifies chic eco-friendly living in the Australian outback

Archterra Architects designed the Bush House, a solar-powered abode that blends environmental sustainability with contemporary luxury.

Abeel House By Steven Vandenborre & Mias Architects

Abeel House By Steven Vandenborre & Mias Architects

★ THIS!!! Dark Grey Upper SIDING with clean crown at ROOF LINE || IPE all the way around on lower ★

★ THIS!!! Dark Grey Upper SIDING with clean crown at ROOF LINE || IPE all the way around on lower ★

pondering.c.blog.so-net.ne.jp _images blog _e61 pondering image 2013-08-14T10:03:57-d2bd7.png?c=a6

pondering.c.blog.so-net.ne.jp _images blog _e61 pondering image 2013-08-14T10:03:57-d2bd7.png?c=a6

A Family’s Cramped Bungalow Is Replaced With an Accessible and Affordable Prefab - Photo 1 of 13 - Universal design and affordability were uppermost in the minds of TJ Hill and Jay Heiserman when they asked Jared Levy and Gordon Stott of Connect Homes to replace their cramped bungalow with a modern prefab. Since the firm’s modules are 8 feet wide, the house could only be 16 feet wide, but the architects used the remaining space for a large deck, creating a flexible and seamless first-floor…

A Family’s Cramped Bungalow Is Replaced With an Accessible and Affordable Prefab

A Family’s Cramped Bungalow Is Replaced With an Accessible and Affordable Prefab - Photo 1 of 13 - Universal design and affordability were uppermost in the minds of TJ Hill and Jay Heiserman when they asked Jared Levy and Gordon Stott of Connect Homes to replace their cramped bungalow with a modern prefab. Since the firm’s modules are 8 feet wide, the house could only be 16 feet wide, but the architects used the remaining space for a large deck, creating a flexible and seamless first-floor…

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Gallery - Pierson’s Way / Bates Masi Architects - 11

Gallery of Pierson’s Way / Bates Masi Architects - 11

Gallery - Pierson’s Way / Bates Masi Architects - 11

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