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Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago: Apollo 11

July 27th, 2011 by By admin # Tropical home designs, Wooden House Designs
Fresh and Comfy Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago Apollo 11
Fresh and Comfy Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago Apollo 11Open Living room Design in Apolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards ArchitectsApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Front Side ViewApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Glass WallApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Living Room ViewApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Night View

Forest House Design Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago. this wooden house design with classic home style.The house is organized in two levels from a rectangular 6 x 9 mts. in 6 mts. high. The rectangle, for the Japanese is the only element that does not distort the nature, is a clean element that tends to disappear. The forest house design simplicity of the box also helps the idea of occupying the forest floor minimum while maximizing the heat inside the ship as it landed in a place that is very cold in winter. Forest House

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Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago: Apollo 11

July 27th, 2011 by By admin # Tropical home designs, Wooden House Designs
Fresh and Comfy Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago Apollo 11
Fresh and Comfy Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago Apollo 11Open Living room Design in Apolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards ArchitectsApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Front Side ViewApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Glass WallApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Living Room ViewApolo 11 House by Parra and Edwards Architects Night View

Forest House Design Forest House Design in Beautiful Forest at La Reina, Santiago. this wooden house design with classic home style.The house is organized in two levels from a rectangular 6 x 9 mts. in 6 mts. high. The rectangle, for the Japanese is the only element that does not distort the nature, is a clean element that tends to disappear. The forest house design simplicity of the box also helps the idea of occupying the forest floor minimum while maximizing the heat inside the ship as it landed in a place that is very cold in winter. Forest House

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