Olmen Farmhouse Covered With Terracotta-Colored Tiles

Olmen Farmhouse Covered With Terracotta-Colored Tiles
Terracotta-colored tiles clad this house Olmen on Belgian farmland, designed by architect Pascal François to match the region’s traditional agricultural architecture. Glass and copper boxes protrude from the seamless tile cladding, creating bays and balconies. Oak-framed windows are also set into the facade. The circular openings in the walls of the linking passage give glimpses... 
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Stylish Minimalist House B With Smart Design And Timber Decor

Stylish Minimalist House B With Smart Design And Timber Decor
Soaring ceilings, built-in furniture, and minimal color make this German House B feel huge. Sky-high ceilings are created with a sculptural pitched roof. Its uneven angles are the result of the required setback distances from surrounding roads and houses. Playfully protruding and recessed windows define the street-facing side of the house, maintaining privacy while ushering... 
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