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  • Lita Hendrayani

    Unique House Exterior Design with Beautiful Architectural - Interior Design | Exterior Design | Office Design | Home Design

  • Erin Catherine

    Robert Oshatz's Floating Fennell House is a Passive Riverside Dream Home | "Fennell Residence" which floats on Portland, Oregon's Willamette River Read more: Robert Oshatz's Floating Fennell House is a Passive Riverside Dream Home | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

  • Sajia Bergeson

    LOVE the windows!! House boat on Willamette River. called "Fennell Residence"

  • Kurt Von Krausewitz

    Curved glue lam beams complement the natural contours of a river on this floating house designed by Robert Harvey Oshatz. The Fennell Residence, in Portland, Oregon, was built with nature and poetry in mind. The floating house is literally a piece of art and the artist took full advantage of the views via an expansive glass façade. This home features an upstairs bedroom that looks out over the living and dining area out to the river. A massive glass door leads you out onto the deck for sunset vi

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