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Walknorth Architects | Island House, Scotland Island - Sydney, Australia (2011).

Walknorth Architects | Island House, Scotland Island - Sydney, Australia (2011).

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The 10 Buildings That Changed America–And Architecture

Originally built and designed by Richard Clements, the glass and wood clad Partington Point House in Big Sur, California was masterfully renovated in 1995 by green architect Mickey Muennig. Via @dwelling in the house Media #pin_it #architeture #arquitetura @mundodascasas www.mundodascasas.com.br

Originally built and designed by Richard Clements, the glass and wood clad Partington Point House in Big Sur, California was masterfully renovated in 1995 by green architect Mickey Muennig. Via @dwelling in the house Media #pin_it #architeture #arquitetura @mundodascasas www.mundodascasas.com.br

David & Gladys Wright Residence. 1950. Phoenix Arizona. Usonian. Frank Lloyd Wright

10 great Frank Lloyd Wright home tours

David & Gladys Wright Residence. 1950. Phoenix Arizona. Usonian. Frank Lloyd Wright

Green and Affordable Living in Montana A resourceful sound mixer sources some local design talent, rolls up his sleeves, and builds small, green, and affordable in Bozeman, Montana. Photo by: John Clark

Modern Red Statement Chairs We Love

Green and Affordable Living in Montana A resourceful sound mixer sources some local design talent, rolls up his sleeves, and builds small, green, and affordable in Bozeman, Montana. Photo by: John Clark

Wallkill River House with Lindal Cedar Homes - modern - Exterior - New York - turkeldesign

Wallkill River House with Lindal Cedar Homes - modern - Exterior - New York - turkeldesign

Hillside House by architect Raul F. Garduno in Los Angeles July 1962 | Photos: Leland Y. Yee

Hillside House by architect Raul F. Garduno in Los Angeles July 1962 | Photos: Leland Y. Yee

Refugios Ecologicos / G Ateliers

Refugios Ecologicos / G Ateliers

The project by G Ateliers Architecture is located in Guatapé – Antioquia close to Medellin, a place with natural potential for ecological tourism development.