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Architect’s House Surrounded by Untouched Nature

Mon, Mar 23, 2009 | Unusual house designs | By Mike
 
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Freelon Group mostly specialize in public projects although one of their architects, Michael A. Rantilla, builded his private residence in Raleigh, North Carolina. The three store house was designed to response to certain site obstructions, like zoning setbacks, a stream buffer and a steep slope. Each floor made of different material and placed at right angle against each other. The first floor is combination of glass with concrete outside and glass with marble inside. The long roof where is enough place to walk is accessible from the second floor. The third floor is almost transparent giving an opportunity to catch amazing views of nature. Besides having beautiful nature outside, the house interior mostly made of natural materials. Not only marble, but wood, bamboo, ipe are widely in use. The overall interior look is rustic and modern. [Freelon Group]

Rantilla Architect House


Rantilla Architect House


Rantilla Architect House


Rantilla Architect House


Rantilla Architect House


Rantilla Architect House


Rantilla Architect House


Rantilla Architect House


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