Some people have a difficult time with the rain but it is natural and beautiful because of the abundance of water.
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For more images [see the album](http://imgur.com/a/LchIu) Architects: [Bricault design](http://bricault.ca)
I get where you’re coming from, but I disagree. I think it’s quite beautiful actually that a house that had fallen to ruins can now be home again. Also, the new designs are very simple and clean and don’t do the old parts of
It’s a DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter, it does video, but this was shot using a single shot camera.
For OS gallery hit “view larger” here: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3146-Portage-Bay-Pl-E-APT-A-Seattle-WA-98102/49011520_zpid/
I dunno, that house looks like it has dolls in it. Lots of dolls.
I don’t know much about different architecture styles but it’s definitely Victorian. I did some quick research on Moroccan house styles and it doesn’t really seem reminiscent of that, but I could be wrong. Also the only information I know about the house was
[full album](http://aspiremetro.com/living-in-an-upstate-ny-stone-mill-loving-the-charm/) a great job incorporating the mill’s history into the design, i really want a place like this
I always have imagined going to Fallingwater and walking out on the deck and having the railings just go above my knees. Good analogy : )
[This is just the first image that appears on Google image search when you search for ‘brownstones’.](https://www.google.com/search?q=brownstones&es_sm=122&qscrl=1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=d_2qU8HbMNG9oQTa04LoBA&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&biw=1440&bih=775)
Looks devoid of any character and reminds me of the out of town industrial/shopping complexes, also £3.4 million you’ve got to be crazy and stupid to buy it.
more photos: http://imgur.com/a/YxU0P source: http://www.saota.com/projects/lake-house-switzerland >A contemporary residence and office / guest annex on Lake Geneva, Switzerland. Powerful sculptural forms and lines and the use of bold colours and sheer materials result in a taut composition. Interiors by Antoni Associates.
I know that the owner probably doesn’t suffer from money problems, but could some local tell me what kind of heating technology would be used in that kind of house in the area? I’ve never been to Canada but from what I’ve heard it
Every time I look at these pictures I always wonder where people keep their real books. Every book on their shelves looks like it’s some encyclopedia or law book. Nothing looks like an average day to day book that I would read.
I think you actually have to live there to get used to the structure and the layout of windows and paths. I guess some like it and some hate it, Habitata 67 has an interesting structure nonetheless IMO
one of my favorite places to visit. If you’re from the area, I’m sure you’ve been to Longwood Gardens as well…
Note that the boards of the backs are straight across – old time Adirondack chairs have five boards (or even seven) that make up the backs, and they are attached at the bottom of the seat to a piece that is curved, so the
The hill in the back looks to me like it could be a dune right off a beach and the open, window-y architecture seems well suited to entertaining in a hot place. (You can tell by the scenery that it’s someplace warm.) Between the
This Hamptons place seems pretty nice. I think I’ll buy a vacation home there before it gets too popular and the costs go up.
What specific features are you referring to? To me it looks like typical “McMansion” architecture in which features that are generally agreed upon by the masses as “nice” are stuck together haphazardly. Usually, architects don’t even design these homes, they’re designed by contractors/construction company.
Well. It’s definitely not Hollywood, California. [This link](http://www.homemodish.com/dreamy-hollywood-mansions-pictures-for-inspiration/chic-exotic-mansion-inspiration-in-hollywood-near-the-beach-with-perfectly-beautiful-garden-inspiration/) says it’s Hollywood Near The Beach, whatever that is, while [this link](http://livepalmilla.com/2013/03/12/villas-del-mar-villa-709/) says it’s in Los Cabos, Mexico. Maybe the “Hollywood” name is for a development in Los Cabos? Either way, here’s a higher res [4000×2686]
It’s a questionably racist garden statue known as a lawn jockey. Welcome to the South.
Not exclusive to doesn’t mean it isn’t found there. You’re bringing a lot of assumptions to a thread about architecture and it seems like you’re just trying to start something.