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Hallway | Quirky and eclectic mansion | House tour | Modern decorating ideas | PHOTO GALLERY | Livingetc | Housetohome

Quirky and eclectic mansion house tour

Hallway | Quirky and eclectic mansion | House tour | Modern decorating ideas | PHOTO GALLERY | Livingetc | Housetohome

oh wow.  Could totally be a lake house.  Those windows, loft and open floor plan.  Makes my eyes roll back in my head.

Bold comfort farm

oh wow. Could totally be a lake house. Those windows, loft and open floor plan. Makes my eyes roll back in my head.

Arthur W. Plaisted was a prolific architect during the inter-war years, designing residential properties, shops, offices, garages and churches in a variety of styles. Park Towers, built in 1938, a three storey block of 18 apartments in Adams Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, is one of his most significant works - Adrian Yekkes: Australian Art Deco - treasures in Melbourne's suburbs

Arthur W. Plaisted was a prolific architect during the inter-war years, designing residential properties, shops, offices, garages and churches in a variety of styles. Park Towers, built in 1938, a three storey block of 18 apartments in Adams Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, is one of his most significant works - Adrian Yekkes: Australian Art Deco - treasures in Melbourne's suburbs

Old Church Street by TDO

TDO pairs brick and bronze for contemporary London house

U.K.'s Royal Institute of British Architects Announces 2016 London Regional Awards Winners - Curbed

See the Best Architecture of the Year in London

U.K.'s Royal Institute of British Architects Announces 2016 London Regional Awards Winners - Curbed

London-based architects Platform 5 have been awarded the first prize in the refurbishment competition “Don’t Move, Improve” for their extension to a Victorian terraced house in Hackney, London.

Platform 5's Hackney House Extension Wins New London Architecture Competition

London-based architects Platform 5 have been awarded the first prize in the refurbishment competition “Don’t Move, Improve” for their extension to a Victorian terraced house in Hackney, London.

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