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The spectacular SGNW House was designed by Metropole Architects and is embedded in the lush vegetation of Zimbali, South Africa. No matter what the standpoint, this modern home offers details that inspire and amaze. According to the official description provided by the architects, “several bodies of water, including Koi ponds, water features and a rim flow swimming pool appear to coalesce into one, and flow through the house and out into the forest.

The spectacular SGNW House was designed by Metropole Architects and is embedded in the lush vegetation of Zimbali, South Africa. No matter what the standpoint, this modern home offers details that inspire and amaze. According to the official description provided by the architects, “several bodies of water, including Koi ponds, water features and a rim flow swimming pool appear to coalesce into one, and flow through the house and out into the forest.

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SGNW house by Metropole Architects located in Zimbali South Africa

SGNW House by Metropole Architects in South Africa

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G1 House / Gabriel Rivera Arquitectos. Located in Guayllabamba, place of warm weather and fertile land, G1 house is a composition of architecture and nature. An avocado tree (12 meters of height) is the “central node” or “start point” that helped us when placing the project in its site. Consequently, is from this “start point” that emerges architecture.

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I can imagine walking here and feeling the warmth of the sun. And the dog would, too.

Great materials. The concrete and metal are beautiful against the wood.