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Hupomone Ranch | By Tgh Architects

This beautiful eco-friendly ranch was developed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects. Located on 160-acres in California’s Chileno Valley, the Hupomone Ranch is owned by a young family with three children that had the dream of building a barn house that would reflect their commitment to sustainable farming. The main house spreads over 2.498 square feet and the interior has a close connection with the outdoors, the stunning light-filled open living area and huge slide away windows open directly to the garden, inviting a healthy, happy and conscious family life.



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SOLO HOUSE | BY PEZO VON ELLRICHSHAUSEN ARCHITECTS | Image

SOLO HOUSE | BY PEZO VON ELLRICHSHAUSEN ARCHITECTS

This house, designed by studio Pezo Von Ellrichshausens Architects, is part of of the Solo Houses project that gives young architects the opportunity to freely build (with the exception of the budget) whatever they want for a holiday home. This series is in the countryside of Matarraņa in the province of Teruel, Spain. via designboom...
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BELL JAR LIGHT

We all have cherished objects, favorite collectibles, and treasured items we canīt bear to part with, many have no real function or value, but we keep them because we love them. Similar to a piece of art in a museum, the Bell Jar Light finally puts our cherished pieces in the spotlight, letting you show off your curiosities while keeping them from dust and grubby hands. The hand blown glass dome sits on a painted wooden base, and a USB-powered LED lightsource at the...
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1930S FRENCH POSTAL DESK

Originally used for sorting mail in the 1930īs, this postal desk has been faithfully replicated. It features a large leather work surface and a leather-cushioned swing-out stool that tucks away beneath the desk. All leather details are hand-stained to give a timeworn look. Itīs  very a distinctive and eminently practical option for the home office....
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