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House in Japan. Apex window and glazing.  e: info@edite.co.uk w: www.edite.co.uk t: 0208 1337 446

House in Japan. Apex window and glazing. e: info@edite.co.uk w: www.edite.co.uk t: 0208 1337 446

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Fraher Architects Completes An Extension With A Window That Stretches Up To The Roof - http://www.decorazilla.com/architecture/fraher-architects-completes-an-extension-with-a-window-that-stretches-up-to-the-roof.html

Fraher Architects Completes An Extension With A Window That Stretches Up To The Roof - http://www.decorazilla.com/architecture/fraher-architects-completes-an-extension-with-a-window-that-stretches-up-to-the-roof.html

"The Most Minimalist House Ever Designed" - The Glass Pavilion | modern home design | dream home | design | architecture

"The Most Minimalist House Ever Designed" - The Glass Pavilion | modern home design | dream home | design | architecture

Narrow slices of glazing break up the plain white facade of this residential extension

Narrow slices of glazing break up the plain white facade of this residential extension

Loch Duich - Rural Design Architects - Isle of Skye and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland

Loch Duich - Rural Design Architects - Isle of Skye and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland

The original property contained some Arts and Crafts influenced decorative aspects, which the owners were keen to retain and highlight, while introducing contemporary interventions.  The main feature is a double height library space at the heart of the house, created by combining the original rear reception room and a first floor bedroom.  The feature staircase, wrapped in oak bookshelves, leads up to a built-in desk and study area with views over the ground floor.  To the rear of the…

The original property contained some Arts and Crafts influenced decorative aspects, which the owners were keen to retain and highlight, while introducing contemporary interventions. The main feature is a double height library space at the heart of the house, created by combining the original rear reception room and a first floor bedroom. The feature staircase, wrapped in oak bookshelves, leads up to a built-in desk and study area with views over the ground floor. To the rear of the…