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.bem mais fácil para os leigos entenderem....

.bem mais fácil para os leigos entenderem....

Albuquerque, New Mexico  love this door

Albuquerque, New Mexico love this door

Shingled Beach House!

Shingled Beach House!

Sonoma Residence / Cooper Joseph Studio

Sonoma Residence / Cooper Joseph Studio

Geometry in Black

Geometry in Black

Modern home

Modern home

The facade is punctured by a variety of differently sized windows: Those flush to the wall indicate the house’s public rooms, while the those for the private spaces are set back.  Photo by: Pia Ulin      Read more: http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/knotty-by-nature.html?slide=2=y=true##ixzz267D0ag86

The facade is punctured by a variety of differently sized windows: Those flush to the wall indicate the house’s public rooms, while the those for the private spaces are set back. Photo by: Pia Ulin Read more: http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/knotty-by-nature.html?slide=2=y=true##ixzz267D0ag86

Black via Regina Rollin Design

Black via Regina Rollin Design

Villa Welpeloo in Enschede, the Netherlands, doesn't look like a recycled building. Its austere lines and spacious interior have nothing of the junkyard aesthetic about them. Yet despite appearances, it's reused to the bones. To accomplish this, architects Jan Jongert and Jeroen Bergsma reversed the typical order of the design process—first house, then materials—and instead began by scouting the local area for items to recycle.  Photo by: Mark Seelen | Dwell

Villa Welpeloo in Enschede, the Netherlands, doesn't look like a recycled building. Its austere lines and spacious interior have nothing of the junkyard aesthetic about them. Yet despite appearances, it's reused to the bones. To accomplish this, architects Jan Jongert and Jeroen Bergsma reversed the typical order of the design process—first house, then materials—and instead began by scouting the local area for items to recycle. Photo by: Mark Seelen | Dwell

With the majority of the house's windows facing down the slope, not only does Bornstein maximize the views out, but he assured that his home would have loads of natural light pouring in, even if it only lasts for a few hours in winter.  Photo by: Pia Ulin      Read more: http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/knotty-by-nature.html?slide=23=y=true##ixzz267PqioAY

With the majority of the house's windows facing down the slope, not only does Bornstein maximize the views out, but he assured that his home would have loads of natural light pouring in, even if it only lasts for a few hours in winter. Photo by: Pia Ulin Read more: http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/knotty-by-nature.html?slide=23=y=true##ixzz267PqioAY

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