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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Ultra-Minimalist And Highly Efficient French House

This home in Vincennes was renovated by Atelier Zundel Cristea. The primary goal was to conceive of a beautiful structure with quality spaces in which people feel good. So the designers made all the high-efficient elements are almost invisible, yet perceptible. The heating is geothermal, with the installation of a heat pump. Interior comfort is... 
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