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Inside of Totoro house. Miyazaki recreated every detail.

Inside of Totoro house. Miyazaki recreated every detail.

The REAL life house from My Neighbor Totoro in Nagoya, Japan.  An exact replica!  Totoro House - places I want to live in. Something I always wanted to do since a little child.

The REAL life house from My Neighbor Totoro in Nagoya, Japan. An exact replica! Totoro House - places I want to live in. Something I always wanted to do since a little child.

Classic Architecture for Modern Lifestyles Patrick Ahearn, AIA, specializes in historically motivated architecture and interior design. Over the past 38 years, his volume of finely crafted and detailed residential work spans a multitude of classic styles of architecture from City Town Houses to Island Homes. With offices in both the Historic Back Bay neighborhood of Boston and on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, these environments provide a rich and fertile background for the creation of…

Classic Architecture for Modern Lifestyles Patrick Ahearn, AIA, specializes in historically motivated architecture and interior design. Over the past 38 years, his volume of finely crafted and detailed residential work spans a multitude of classic styles of architecture from City Town Houses to Island Homes. With offices in both the Historic Back Bay neighborhood of Boston and on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, these environments provide a rich and fertile background for the creation of…

When Earl Stein wanted a place on the Provo River where he could fish every day and occasionally host his grandchildren on weekends, he turned to Gigaplex Architects. The firm built two corrugated metal silos, positioned to offer sweeping river views and southern exposure to sunlight during the winter. Click through to take a peek inside this and other silos converted into non-traditional houses.

Why "Silo Homes" Are the Biggest Thing in Real Estate

When Earl Stein wanted a place on the Provo River where he could fish every day and occasionally host his grandchildren on weekends, he turned to Gigaplex Architects. The firm built two corrugated metal silos, positioned to offer sweeping river views and southern exposure to sunlight during the winter. Click through to take a peek inside this and other silos converted into non-traditional houses.

So many awesome houses everywhere! Can't I just have one of them? Carpinteria Foothills Residence by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis

So many awesome houses everywhere! Can't I just have one of them? Carpinteria Foothills Residence by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis

Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

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