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Villa Solaire by JKA and Fuga

By • Nov 5, 2012

French architectural firms JKA and Fuga have designed the Villa Solaire.

Completed in 2012, this 6,674 square foot contemporary home is a conversion of an old farm house from 1840. It is located in Morzine, France.

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The Long Barn by Nicolas Tye Architects

By • May 29, 2012

London-based studio Nicolas Tye Architects has converted a 1860’s derelict barn into a four bedroom contemporary family home.

The now 3,500 square foot, two story residence is located in Maulden, a small village in the county of Bedfordshire, England, UK.

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The Rabbit Hole by LENS°ASS Architects

By • May 11, 2012

Hasselt-based studio LENS°ASS Architects has completed the The Rabbit Hole project in 2010.

The architects have converted an old farm into a contemporary single-family home and veterinary clinic in Gaasbeek, a village in the Belgian municipality of Lennik in Flemish Brabant.

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The Stables, a Contemporary Self Catering Villa in Ireland

By • Apr 4, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Dublin based ODOS Architects have completed the restoration and extension of The Stables, a 18th Century farmhouse and stable complex in Ballymahon, Longford county, Ireland.

The 4,840 square foot self catering villa is composed of two buildings: the country house known as the Gold House, which includes the addition, and the stables, known as The Other Side.

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