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Renovation farm in Schoonrewoerd by RVarchitectuur

Renovation farm in Schoonrewoerd by RVarchitectuur “The farm in Schoonrewoerd was built in the 18th century. However almost nothing can be found of its origins in the interior.

The renovated farm by RVarchitecture  has two stories: a ground floor and a second floor with sleeping rooms. De ground floor consists of two parts of 100m2 each; a living-room area and a dinner-room area with a kitchen and some remaining functions. The floor plan is an accumulation of all kind of habitations and renovations of former inhabitants. Only the wooden beams are ancient and show something of the original structure.

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Modern apartment upgrade on Banner street London by Orange

Modern apartment upgrade on Banner street London by Orange. After 17 years living in Banner Street, Christopher and James have given the apartment an upgrade. The new kitchen is made of Rosewood with a corian worktop, while silk wall paper and grey painted joinery are used to create a new library room.

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Modern cool design for your new armchair

Here is a fresh cool design  with a fusion between wood and metal. The cold and the warm, mixed together. It is a cool design for your new living room, your library or even your covered balcony.

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Homeless Shelter by Larraz Arquitectos

Homeless  Shelter

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Slat House – A Sophisticated Remodelling of a 1930’s Semi-detached House

The Slat House represents an unusual two – storey extension, and sophisticated remodelling of a 1930’s semi-detached house, to provide an extra bedroom, bathroom and study/ garage by Carl Turner-architects.

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Modern residence with unique exterior and mixture of materials

Wingate+Farquhar transformed this Orakei site into an architecturally designed family home.

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Affordable Student Unit, Environmental-Friendly From Tengbom Architects

Tengbom Architects has designed a student unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials.

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How to Combine Traditional With Modern Architecture

Yasuragi, Stockholm.

“When designing the extension for Yasuragi, we took our point of departure in the place and the nature it sits in. Here, Japanese traditions meet Swedish architecture – a meeting that touches all the senses.

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Modern architecture combined with historic building in Villa d’Adda from Bergamo

Villa d’Adda, Bergamo
2015
The Torre del Borgo is one of the most famous fortified buildings in the history of Bergamo, in time became a “collector” of historical significance, artistic and social. The powerful and accurate invoice of the medieval walls, the integrity of the typological structure of the fortified house, the central position in the village, give this article the most complete sense of the monument.

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How to give a tree the second chance to live on

Never say there is nothing beautiful in the world anymore. There is always something to make you wonder in the shape of a tree, the trembling of a leaf.

Albert Schweitzer

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