We love concrete in our home! Because of the increasing popularity of concrete, it's quite important to know how to combine this amazing material with other materials. Concrete is characterized by being a bit bleak and cold. To prevent this you have to combine concrete with warmer materials like wool rugs, warm sheepskins and -of course- the all time favourite: wood! Go for a concrete floor combined with wooden furniture, a lovely wooden kitchen or a rough wooden dining table. In this way you...
Trombe - Internal photo of a dining room extension in London. It incorporates a structurally glazed roof supported on laminated glass fins and beams. The extension has minimal frame sliding doors to maximise the views to a picturesque garden. The glass has heat mirror technology to provide a comfortable internal environment.
Container House - large, spacious, and undercover outdoor areas, another shipping container home this provides less natural light but would make a cheap, easily constructed farm house. With plenty of storage for equipment and ample living spaces. The colours for this house blend with the grass surrounding it and the trees around it. - Who Else Wants Simple Step-By-Step Plans To Design And Build A Container Home From Scratch?
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