House as a residence, shelter from heat and rain, a place to gather with family. How does it feel if we lived in a house that can provide it all at once able to give refreshing with the surrounding natural beauty. It’s the perfect home, without having to go far we’ve been able to enjoy the beauty of nature. Like this home, Casa Ron Ron, situated in a long narrow field in Costa Rica overlooking the sea, the beach and volcanoes in the distance. It features these brilliant views from a lot of rooms and several decks. One of these decks is built around a native Costa Rica tree that is always presented as a foreground in all these views.
October 21, 2014 Contemporary House Design
Here are pictures of country house with beautiful interior, was designed by M.A Architecture. From Architect : ” Simple cottage/bungalow detailing and materials with muted urban and industrial touches were used to created an expression that fits the historic neighborhood without being bohelden to a particular period. A wraparound brick plinth/terrace connects most of the main level to the extensively landscaped yard. ”
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This house was designed by KZ Architecture, located in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida. Enjoy images of Bay Harbor Islands Residence below, for further detail visit KZ Architecture site.
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October 20, 2014 Bathroom Ideas
Elegant Freestanding Bathtub by MAAX Collections, Most Comfortable Bathtubs. This bathrooms product from MAAX Collections, new product which would bring glamor to your bathing activities. Viaggi freestanding bathtub, with egg-shaped bathtub its perfectly top a wood base, comes with exclusive features available, features a strong personality inspired by contemporary living. Find new sensation from this modern and elegant bathtub.
Located in St. Williams, Ontario, Woodside House was designed by Dubbeldam Design Architects. Situated in the corner of a large farm overlooking fields of barley, the house is conceived as a L-shaped volume defining an outdoor courtyard garden. Full-height windows look into the courtyard, creating the perception of an outdoor room that extends the interior space, and allows views across both wings of the house for a feeling of openness. Opposing clerestory windows provide privacy to the public face of the building as well as excellent natural ventilation.
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