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Lantern House

Vertical aluminium slats screen the exterior and windows of this house in Kuwait by Studio Toggle

Modern contemporary home in Johannesburg designed by Nico van der Meulen Architects

This is a redesign and renovation of house on a hill overlooking Johannesburg CBD, by Werner van der Meulen of Nico van der Meulen Architects. by Nico van der Meulen 621 178

First Crescent Project in Camp Bay, South Africa:  A minimalist home, commanding a 270 degree view of Lions Head, Camps Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.  The living spaces of this home are highly transparent to take full advantage of these views.

First Crescent is a stunning seven bedroom rental villa designed by SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects, a Cape Town-based studio. This luxury house is located in Campus Bay, South Africa.

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SF House in Londrina, Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres rock, stucco and wood exterior

v-architecture-photos:  designismymuse: The Ettley Residence by Studio 9one2 (via contemporist)

Love this. Combination of wood and glass in modern home. Interior is just as amazing. – Ettley Residence in California Love this. Combination of wood and glass in modern home.

maximizing space

The Middle Park House, located in Melbourne, Australia is a project collaboration by Kerry Phelan Design Office + Chamberlain Javens Architects.

Love this house! So contemporary...not my personal style at all...but I absolutely love the architecture!

Exterior detail of the AIBS House in Ibiza, Spain by Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners (AABE)

Fall House by Fougeron Architecture

Fall House by Fougeron Architecture (13)

Fall House is a three-bedroom vacation house located in Carmel Valley Village, California. It was designed by the San Francisco-based architectural firm Fougeron Architecture. Photos courtesy of Fougeron Architecture

DRIVABLE GRASS® permeable grass pavers are designed to flex and conform.  They offer the same strength and durability as conventional pavers, but do not crack and break like rigid concrete or pop up and wear like plastic paving.  DRIVABLE GRASS® can be used for a wide variety of applications including driveways, parking lots, fire lanes, access roads, bioswales, ditches, pathways, drainage channels, boat ramps, patios, and more.

Image 1 of 29 from gallery of The Charmer / Jonathan Segal Architect. Photograph by Matthew Segal & Jeffrey Durkin

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