Trevox 223 by CRAFT Arquitectos.
"One of the most important factors involved in the design is the location of the property. It is in a gazebo with continuous traffic and is the visual culmination of several avenues, this generates: excessive noise, very little privacy, and an air stream that impacts directly on the main facade of the house. Moreover, the project is facing south, which means it overheats during the summer. This led to our primary need to cover the environmental factor, i.e. to create a transitional space between the private area and public areas, without losing connection between these but at the same time diminishing the environmental factors."
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Trevox 223 by CRAFT Arquitectos.
"One of the most important factors involved in the design is the location of the property. It is in a gazebo with continuous traffic and is the visual culmination of several avenues, this generates: excessive noise, very little privacy, and an air stream that impacts directly on the main facade of the house. Moreover, the project is facing south, which means it overheats during the summer. This led to our primary need to cover the environmental factor, i.e. to create a transitional space between the private area and public areas, without losing connection between these but at the same time diminishing the environmental factors."
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Trevox 223 by CRAFT Arquitectos.
"One of the most important factors involved in the design is the location of the property. It is in a gazebo with continuous traffic and is the visual culmination of several avenues, this generates: excessive noise, very little privacy, and an air stream that impacts directly on the main facade of the house. Moreover, the project is facing south, which means it overheats during the summer. This led to our primary need to cover the environmental factor, i.e. to create a transitional space between the private area and public areas, without losing connection between these but at the same time diminishing the environmental factors."
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Trevox 223 by CRAFT Arquitectos.
"One of the most important factors involved in the design is the location of the property. It is in a gazebo with continuous traffic and is the visual culmination of several avenues, this generates: excessive noise, very little privacy, and an air stream that impacts directly on the main facade of the house. Moreover, the project is facing south, which means it overheats during the summer. This led to our primary need to cover the environmental factor, i.e. to create a transitional space between the private area and public areas, without losing connection between these but at the same time diminishing the environmental factors."
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Trevox 223 by CRAFT Arquitectos.
"One of the most important factors involved in the design is the location of the property. It is in a gazebo with continuous traffic and is the visual culmination of several avenues, this generates: excessive noise, very little privacy, and an air stream that impacts directly on the main facade of the house. Moreover, the project is facing south, which means it overheats during the summer. This led to our primary need to cover the environmental factor, i.e. to create a transitional space between the private area and public areas, without losing connection between these but at the same time diminishing the environmental factors."
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Trevox 223 by CRAFT Arquitectos.

"One of the most important factors involved in the design is the location of the property. It is in a gazebo with continuous traffic and is the visual culmination of several avenues, this generates: excessive noise, very little privacy, and an air stream that impacts directly on the main facade of the house. Moreover, the project is facing south, which means it overheats during the summer. This led to our primary need to cover the environmental factor, i.e. to create a transitional space between the private area and public areas, without losing connection between these but at the same time diminishing the environmental factors."

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Casa Son Vida - Mallorca, Spain.
This may not be your idea of a home but it is bold and fun, and it has certainly attracted wide media attention. The 8,500 square-foot Casa Son Vida is a cooperation between three powerhouses: Luxury residential developer Cosmopolitan Estates, eclectic Dutch designer and founder of Mooi, Marcel Wanders„ and award-winning Los Angeles, Switzerland and Hong Kong-based tecARCHITECTURE. 
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Casa Son Vida - Mallorca, Spain.
This may not be your idea of a home but it is bold and fun, and it has certainly attracted wide media attention. The 8,500 square-foot Casa Son Vida is a cooperation between three powerhouses: Luxury residential developer Cosmopolitan Estates, eclectic Dutch designer and founder of Mooi, Marcel Wanders„ and award-winning Los Angeles, Switzerland and Hong Kong-based tecARCHITECTURE. 
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Casa Son Vida - Mallorca, Spain.
This may not be your idea of a home but it is bold and fun, and it has certainly attracted wide media attention. The 8,500 square-foot Casa Son Vida is a cooperation between three powerhouses: Luxury residential developer Cosmopolitan Estates, eclectic Dutch designer and founder of Mooi, Marcel Wanders„ and award-winning Los Angeles, Switzerland and Hong Kong-based tecARCHITECTURE. 
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Casa Son Vida - Mallorca, Spain.
This may not be your idea of a home but it is bold and fun, and it has certainly attracted wide media attention. The 8,500 square-foot Casa Son Vida is a cooperation between three powerhouses: Luxury residential developer Cosmopolitan Estates, eclectic Dutch designer and founder of Mooi, Marcel Wanders„ and award-winning Los Angeles, Switzerland and Hong Kong-based tecARCHITECTURE. 
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Casa Son Vida - Mallorca, Spain.

This may not be your idea of a home but it is bold and fun, and it has certainly attracted wide media attention. The 8,500 square-foot Casa Son Vida is a cooperation between three powerhouses: Luxury residential developer Cosmopolitan Estates, eclectic Dutch designer and founder of Mooi, Marcel Wanders„ and award-winning Los Angeles, Switzerland and Hong Kong-based tecARCHITECTURE. 

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Ikibana Paral Restaurant by El Equipo Creativo.
“The Ikibana restaurant offers a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian gastronomies, two cultures that seem so antagonistic: quiet and minimalist the first, exuberant and bustling the second. These Ikebana artistic arrangements look for the right proportion, composition and equilibrium among three elements: wood, leaves and flowers. The results are light, elegant and static compositions that simulate movement, premises in which our design will be articulated.”
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Ikibana Paral Restaurant by El Equipo Creativo.
“The Ikibana restaurant offers a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian gastronomies, two cultures that seem so antagonistic: quiet and minimalist the first, exuberant and bustling the second. These Ikebana artistic arrangements look for the right proportion, composition and equilibrium among three elements: wood, leaves and flowers. The results are light, elegant and static compositions that simulate movement, premises in which our design will be articulated.”
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Ikibana Paral Restaurant by El Equipo Creativo.
“The Ikibana restaurant offers a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian gastronomies, two cultures that seem so antagonistic: quiet and minimalist the first, exuberant and bustling the second. These Ikebana artistic arrangements look for the right proportion, composition and equilibrium among three elements: wood, leaves and flowers. The results are light, elegant and static compositions that simulate movement, premises in which our design will be articulated.”
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Ikibana Paral Restaurant by El Equipo Creativo.
“The Ikibana restaurant offers a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian gastronomies, two cultures that seem so antagonistic: quiet and minimalist the first, exuberant and bustling the second. These Ikebana artistic arrangements look for the right proportion, composition and equilibrium among three elements: wood, leaves and flowers. The results are light, elegant and static compositions that simulate movement, premises in which our design will be articulated.”
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Ikibana Paral Restaurant by El Equipo Creativo.
“The Ikibana restaurant offers a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian gastronomies, two cultures that seem so antagonistic: quiet and minimalist the first, exuberant and bustling the second. These Ikebana artistic arrangements look for the right proportion, composition and equilibrium among three elements: wood, leaves and flowers. The results are light, elegant and static compositions that simulate movement, premises in which our design will be articulated.”
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Ikibana Paral Restaurant by El Equipo Creativo.

“The Ikibana restaurant offers a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian gastronomies, two cultures that seem so antagonistic: quiet and minimalist the first, exuberant and bustling the second. These Ikebana artistic arrangements look for the right proportion, composition and equilibrium among three elements: wood, leaves and flowers. The results are light, elegant and static compositions that simulate movement, premises in which our design will be articulated.”

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Casa Bramasole.
“You don’t just turn a pile of bricks into a palazzo with a view in Umbria. Wealth and beauty may help, but they will not let you get away with it. A farm house on a mountain side has two stories joined by an outside staircase. Tiles are terracotta, windows are small. Neither will spoil the sunrise over the Lake Trasimeno, and your taste in interior decoration is to your own merits. Casa Bramasole will accommodate eight people in rustic Italian authenticity combined with the owner’s addiction to Scandinavian and Italian design classics.”
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Casa Bramasole.
“You don’t just turn a pile of bricks into a palazzo with a view in Umbria. Wealth and beauty may help, but they will not let you get away with it. A farm house on a mountain side has two stories joined by an outside staircase. Tiles are terracotta, windows are small. Neither will spoil the sunrise over the Lake Trasimeno, and your taste in interior decoration is to your own merits. Casa Bramasole will accommodate eight people in rustic Italian authenticity combined with the owner’s addiction to Scandinavian and Italian design classics.”
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Casa Bramasole.
“You don’t just turn a pile of bricks into a palazzo with a view in Umbria. Wealth and beauty may help, but they will not let you get away with it. A farm house on a mountain side has two stories joined by an outside staircase. Tiles are terracotta, windows are small. Neither will spoil the sunrise over the Lake Trasimeno, and your taste in interior decoration is to your own merits. Casa Bramasole will accommodate eight people in rustic Italian authenticity combined with the owner’s addiction to Scandinavian and Italian design classics.”
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Casa Bramasole.
“You don’t just turn a pile of bricks into a palazzo with a view in Umbria. Wealth and beauty may help, but they will not let you get away with it. A farm house on a mountain side has two stories joined by an outside staircase. Tiles are terracotta, windows are small. Neither will spoil the sunrise over the Lake Trasimeno, and your taste in interior decoration is to your own merits. Casa Bramasole will accommodate eight people in rustic Italian authenticity combined with the owner’s addiction to Scandinavian and Italian design classics.”
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Casa Bramasole.
“You don’t just turn a pile of bricks into a palazzo with a view in Umbria. Wealth and beauty may help, but they will not let you get away with it. A farm house on a mountain side has two stories joined by an outside staircase. Tiles are terracotta, windows are small. Neither will spoil the sunrise over the Lake Trasimeno, and your taste in interior decoration is to your own merits. Casa Bramasole will accommodate eight people in rustic Italian authenticity combined with the owner’s addiction to Scandinavian and Italian design classics.”
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Casa Bramasole.

“You don’t just turn a pile of bricks into a palazzo with a view in Umbria. Wealth and beauty may help, but they will not let you get away with it. A farm house on a mountain side has two stories joined by an outside staircase. Tiles are terracotta, windows are small. Neither will spoil the sunrise over the Lake Trasimeno, and your taste in interior decoration is to your own merits. Casa Bramasole will accommodate eight people in rustic Italian authenticity combined with the owner’s addiction to Scandinavian and Italian design classics.”

Source: homedsgn.com

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