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How To Choose A Ceiling Fan To Create The Perfect Personalized Cooling Space In Your Home 

By • Jul 30, 2020

The summer is in full swing and you know what that means: it's sweltering hot outside. The air inside your home is getting a bit stuffy and you need better air circulation. It's time for a new ceiling fan. But how do you choose a ceiling fan that's right for you?

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SCDA Architects Designs Soori Bali, a Resort Residence in Tabanan Regency, Bali

By • Jul 27, 2020

Soori Bali by SCDA Architects (15)

Soori Bali is a project designed by SCDA Architects in 2010.

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Ralph Germann Architectes Design a Private Residence in Préverenges, Switzerland

By • Jun 11, 2020

House FFL by Ralph Germann architectes (1)

House FFL is a private home located in Préverenges, Switzerland.

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Get the Best Sleep You’ve Ever Had on an Organic Mattress

By • Jun 11, 2020

Do you need a new mattress? When most people shop for a mattress, they consider things like price, durability, warranty, and, of course, comfort. But have you ever wondered what materials are used to make your mattress and whether they’re healthy or safe?

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RS+ Robert Skitek Design a House in Krostoszowice, Poland to Fit Into the Surrounding Topography

By • May 27, 2020

House in Krostoszowice by RS+ Robert Skitek (14)

House in Krostoszowice is a residential project completed by RS+ Robert Skitek.

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How to Update Your Old Home While Preserving Its History

By • May 15, 2020

To many homeowners, older properties are just more fun than new construction. While some buyers focus on the flaws of a 50-year-old home — the inefficient windows and doors, the outdated appliances and light fixtures, etc. — others revel in the property’s unique quirks, believing them to be beloved relics of the past. Older homes have history, and it is a homeowner’s duty to honor and preserve the history that first attracted them to a particular home.

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Uniquely Circular Home Boasts 360 Degree Views for Prim Dog Watching

By • May 5, 2020

Have you ever looked at your pet and realized you are so in love with them that you'd do essentially anything to make sure they're safe and happy? Well, that's precisely the thought process some homeowner's in the Netherlands had when they asked the designers of their new house to work with them on building a home that would let them watch their dogs play in the yard from any angle. They meant it, too; the finished home is completely circular, providing the owners with a 360 view so that they can keep an eye on and enjoy the site of their dogs while the animals play happily outside and get plenty of exercise.

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House Design in Brazil with A Large Pergola For a Family With Two Dogs

By • Apr 29, 2020

This project involves (for leisure use) the extension of an existing house, located in a quiet and surrounded by trees neighborhood in Brasilia-DF. The family (composed of a couple, three children and two dogs) loves to receive friends at home. They felt the need for a larger space, outside the main house, for social events.

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Family Mamurbaba House in Turkey

By • Mar 25, 2020

Mamurbaba House by Orkun Nayki Architecture is a family house designed on a 817 m2 parcel. It was designed with the living standards of a family as our focus. Considering the dynamics of the region in the project design, the functionality, simplicity and sustainability of the structure were prioritized. A minimal, simple and transparent style is adopted in the design without compromising the modern line. In this direction, the content, naturalness and compatibility of the spaces, orientations and materials used are provided. It is completely compatible with nature, sustainable and timeless.

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2inOne Aframe House in Austria by Haro Architects

By • Feb 27, 2020

2inOne is an integration exercise within the urban fabric. The plot is located in Gneis, a suburban area of the city of Salzburg characterized by a dense fabric of single-family homes. Over time and as a result of successive segregations, “residual” plots have emerged which, due to their size, proportions or orientation, are less attractive for real estate development.

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Sloped Villa With Green Roof in Belgium Studio Okami Architects

By • Feb 20, 2020

The invisible house was designed by Studio Okami Architects.

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Prefab Norway Skogbrynet Houses by R21 Arkitekter

By • Feb 19, 2020

Three houses situated in a row, replaces an old villa. The houses share a driveway, while parking and entrances are solved separately on the ground floor in each volume. Designed by R21 Arkitekter

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Concrete DenPaku The Beachfront MIJORA Villas

By • Feb 14, 2020

The Beachfront MIJORA is a collection of villa style tourist accommodations, designed by Yasuhiro “Hiro” Yamashita of Atelier TEKUTO. Situated along a beach in Amami Oshima, a subtropical island in southern Japan, each villa boasts a breathtaking view of the sea.

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Australia Family River House by studioplusthree

By • Feb 13, 2020

A single-storey bungalow with an unsympathetic later addition previously occupied this sloping site, facing south along the Cooks River.

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Modern Ryokan Kishi-ke Guest House In Japan

By • Feb 12, 2020

Modern Ryokan kishi-ke operated by Kishi-ke Co., Ltd is a coastal small ryokan in Kamakura, the former capital of Japan, in the suburbs of Tokyo.

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De la Palmera House in Chile designed by Prado Arquitectos

By • Feb 11, 2020

This house is conceived from the commission of a couple with two children, in a 596.8 m2 site located in a consolidated residential sector in Pedro de Valdivia, Concepción.

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Black Prefab Multi Unit House Riedholz by Tormen Architekten AG

By • Feb 10, 2020

The plot on a sloping hillside in Kanton Solothurn is defined by two roads deriving from the south adjacent crossroad and a significant elevation of the terrain on the north side. The architecture explores the concept of creating a house within a house. With displacements in the outer monolith, various space was established outside as well as inside the building.

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