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108ERA by Vallribera Arquitectes

108ERA by Vallribera Arquitectes

108ERA is a stunning stone farmhouse located in Granera, Spain. Designed by Vallribera Arquitectes in 2022, this traditional real estate offers the perfect blend of old and new.

With its back to the street and half underground, the house is surrounded by woodlands and a garden that hides beneath a large oak tree. Inside, the building maintains its structure of loadbearing walls, preserving the existing distribution of bedrooms and creating large openings on the south façade to blur the boundaries between the inside and outside. The walls are restored using local stone, and the roof collects rainwater for irrigation of the garden.

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House by Lago Maggiore by Ruinelli Associati Architetti

House by Lago Maggiore by Ruinelli Associati Architetti

Welcome to House by Lago Maggiore, a stunning single-family house located in Gerra, Switzerland. This beautiful real estate was designed by Ruinelli Associati Architetti in 2020 and is a perfect blend of rustic and contemporary design styles. It is situated on the banks of Lago Maggiore (Lake Maggiore), a beautiful lake that is known for its breathtaking views and picturesque towns.

The project addresses the theme of the urban gap and consists of the reconstruction of a small single-family house located between two adjoining buildings. The lake front has been redesigned with small windows on the ground floor, and wider openings on the upper floors. Inside, the walls in rasapietra are left exposed, while the wooden components and windows are in chestnut and painted iron, respectively.

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Nanchawan Village Stone Houses by Current-Newswire

Nanchawan Village Stone Houses by Current-Newswire

Introducing Nanchawan Village Stone Houses – a residential project located in the Yiling District of Yichang, China. Redesigned in 2021 by Current-Newswire, this project brings together the best of modern and traditional design styles.

The contemporary architecture of the Nanchawan Stone Houses pays homage to the area’s natural environment, local customs and way of life. With its use of locally sourced mountain stone, organic building layout and its use of traditional Yichang stone architecture as reference, the project brings rural texture to life. By maintaining the existing character of the region, Nanchawan Stone Houses respectfully minimizes its impact on the environment.

Step inside and discover the unique interior combinations, crafted by local craftsmen with a wide array of skills, and be mesmerized by the breathtaking views of the Three Gorges area along the Yangtze River. Welcome to the contemporary countryside!

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