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The Lined Extension / YARD Architects

The Lined Extension / YARD Architects

STATS3 BEDROOMS4 BATHROOMS6,458 SQ. FT.$8 MILLIONCountry meets contemporary in this spectacular wood-and-glass estate high in the hills of Salzburg. Built in 2007 by architect Volker Hagen, the modern villa offers views of the Alps and an organic design that blends into the landscape.Contact: Christie’s International Real Estate, 011-44-20-7389-2522

STATS3 BEDROOMS4 BATHROOMS6,458 SQ. FT.$8 MILLIONCountry meets contemporary in this spectacular wood-and-glass estate high in the hills of Salzburg. Built in 2007 by architect Volker Hagen, the modern villa offers views of the Alps and an organic design that blends into the landscape.Contact: Christie’s International Real Estate, 011-44-20-7389-2522

wood house extends living space beyond indoors 1 Wood House Extends Living Space Beyond Its Indoors

wood house extends living space beyond indoors 1 Wood House Extends Living Space Beyond Its Indoors

Zona relax in un angolo del salotto scandinavo - casa moderna

Zona relax in un angolo del salotto scandinavo - casa moderna

Modern and stylish apartment center of nice

Modern and stylish apartment center of nice

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Emmanuel Chaussade: JVA

Emmanuel Chaussade: JVA

frame some space: "Eco-Sustainable House" (Paris, France) by Djuric Tardio Architectes. 屋根形状を軸組で踏襲しながら、外部空間とするアイデア。

frame some space: "Eco-Sustainable House" (Paris, France) by Djuric Tardio Architectes. 屋根形状を軸組で踏襲しながら、外部空間とするアイデア。

22 Housing | Nadau Lavergne Architects Location: Annemasse, France…

22 Housing | Nadau Lavergne Architects Location: Annemasse, France…

John Edgar Barthel (1923-2011) House. Built in '59 in Northeast Dallas, one of several homes in the neighborhood built by the architects who actually lived in them and the recipient of a 2002 American Institute of Architects award. The house belonged: John Barthel, who, in 1952, moved to Dallas from Chicago to work with George Dahl; and who designed the St. Pius X church and rectory in the mid-1960s.

John Edgar Barthel (1923-2011) House. Built in '59 in Northeast Dallas, one of several homes in the neighborhood built by the architects who actually lived in them and the recipient of a 2002 American Institute of Architects award. The house belonged: John Barthel, who, in 1952, moved to Dallas from Chicago to work with George Dahl; and who designed the St. Pius X church and rectory in the mid-1960s.