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Contemporary Block House Design

Tue, Mar 17, 2009 | Block house designs | By Mike
 
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This block house design is an experiment in maximizing daylight and living space in a traditional Philadelphia row house without losing privacy. Living spaces are made in double height with skylight which feeds natural light to every level of the house. The master bedroom and bath are situated on the third floor. The natural light floods them from 15′ glass block wall. The roof terrace features heightened parapet walls creating an external sunning space which remains open to the sky but private for neighbors. The house design is done on 2500 sq. ft. area and done by Moto Designshop.

Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


Contemporary Block House Design


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  1. hZ! Says:

    great, if you’re so obsessed with your job in the office that you want to move in there

    and once again, creators of geometrically shaped sinks full of angles, bloody well clean one of them and see how you like wasting your life compensating for some designer’s stupidity

  2. hZ! Says:

    great, if you’re so obsessed with your job in the office that you want to move in there

    and once again, creators of geometrically shaped sinks full of angles, bl__dy well clean one of them and see how you like wasting your life compensating for some designer’s stupidity