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Stunning Infinity Pool | Farrar Residence

The Farrar Residence in Park City, Utah, was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects. The stand-out feature of the house is the stunning 25 meter infinity pool that seems to flow in to the woods. The pool cantilevers over a seasonal stream, with an acrylic panel that extends from the pool bottom to the stainless steel ceiling and aquarium glass at the end.



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WINE LIBRARY

Ideal for lofts or penthouses, the Wine Library is a unique wine-storage solution that holds different bottle sizes and ensures proper wine storage. The beautifully crafted modular bookcase is made entirely of laser cut iron and comes with a rollable ladder, accompanying rails and and softly diffused back lighting. The system comes in six different modules and fits in different wall sizes, allowing for complete customization....
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MASK HOUSE

Located in a woodland area in upstate New York, lays this impressive cabin, a sanctuary for refuge and contemplation. The Mask House was envisioned by WOJR, it stands on stilts over a slope and is protected by a large slatted wall that covers the facade. The entry is placed at the end of a long elevated walkway, and visitors discover a sequence of small spaces that create a sense of connection in between two different worlds. The minimalist tree house features an op...
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BACK COUNTRY HOUSE

Designed by David Maurice of LTD Architectural, the award-winning "Back Country House” is a stunning retreat located in the settlement of Puhoi, just north of Auckland, New Zealand. The two-storey residence plays on the uniquely New Zealand typology of the back-country hut, with a simple structure that comprises a timber frame, shed roof, terrace, and a metal-sided annex. The house comprises a single volume for living, cooking and eating, with shared open ...
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