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Made from concrete, glass and dark mesquite wood local to Mexico’s northeast, Casa Narigua appears to float like a modernist vision amongst the forests of the El Jonuco mountains. Designed to blend in to the landscape—even to the point of adjusting floorplans to allow for the cedar trees on site to weave between and within rooms—the house and its views, as captured by photographer Pia Riverola, are all the more remarkable for being found in what is effectively a suburb of the city…

Dream House: Mexico’s Casa Narigua

15 Gorgeous Concrete Houses With Unexpected Designs

15 Gorgeous Concrete Houses With Unexpected Designs

Somehow, the idea of living in a concrete house doesn't sound that appealing and that's because of the cold nature of this material. Concrete is not warm o

Willy Guhl concrete Loop chairs.

See How Isay Weinfeld Turned a Brazilian Villa Into a Relaxing Getaway

The swimming pool features a chemical-free filtration system, utilizing a separate regeneration area filled with aquatic plants and fish for water purification.

Faulkner Architects

Faulkner Architects

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Truckee, California’s Benvenuto House was designed by Faulkner Architects for a New York–based client and his family .

aielloathome:  On The Rocks- Malibu

Cliff House on Big Sur Coast, California, USA. I love Big Sur. One of my favorite places to go. How would I love to have a house overlooking the ocean at Big Sur :)

The Mistake: “When people ask me what my biggest Stop doing that! peeve is, it’s adding elements of life with a bunch of sticks shoved into a tall vase and then stuck into a...

Décor Mistakes Interior Designers Always Notice

The Mistake: “When people ask me what my biggest Stop doing that! peeve is, it’s adding elements of life with a bunch of sticks shoved into a tall vase and then stuck into a corner,” says.

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