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Lujan House by Robert M Gurney This is cool but I keep wondering about the roof. Hidden gutters? Where does the water go when it rains?

Three single boxes placed on a cantilevered flat roof, which are connected only by a glass corridor in this German house: http://www.archello.com/en/project/house-s-2

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Beautiful Houses: The Lemperle Residence in La Jolla

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Gallery of Casa 115 / Miquel Àngel Lacomba - 6

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Gallery of Riggins House / Robert M. Gurney Architect - 9

Riggins House / Robert M. Gurney Architect

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Hampden Lane House / Robert Gurney Architect

Hampden Lane House / Robert Gurney #cotage #architecture ideas| http://wonderful-architecture-marisa.blogspot.com

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Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion / Robert M. Gurney Architect + FAIA Architect

Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion; Robert M. Gurney

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Crab Creek House / Robert Gurney Architect

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Jacobson Carriage House / Robert Gurney Architect

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Hampden Lane House / Robert Gurney Architect

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House 12k / Dierendonck Blancke Architecten

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This house aims to overlook the various views which can be seen from the highest point of the land. Starting from a set of separate volumes and following the adaptation of the traditional architecture to the terrain, the resulting area between the four volumes was designed as a living space, the walls of which are a continuation of the exterior façades and where only glass separates the exterior from the interior space of the home - Açores, Portugal