Large glass facade, glass railings, black trim and doors

Modern mountain home inspired by rugged Colorado landscape

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Glam bedroom with a black contrast wall, a chandelier, and layered rugs

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Interesting juxtaposition of new against old with this project in Belgium by Dierendonck Blancke Architecten, forming an apartment over the two upper levels.

Gelukstraat / Dierendonck Blancke Architecten — Three-Story House in Belgium, 958 Square Feet

Bono chic interior idea

La tendance déco rustique de Maisons du Monde pour l'Automne-Hiver - There must be a better way to add interest to the walls vs. skulls and horns. No one needs antlers except the animals they came from.

cabbagerose:  casa besares, mendoza, agentina/arquinoma via:...

Casa Besares That door! I actually like how it is much taller than the main window. The scale messes with perception. Can also make out some inner stone facade by wooden staircase.love that combo of material.

Chicago Net Positive Two-Story Green Home with Modern Facade

Now in its second year, the GreenBuilt Home tour showed the curious a cross-section of Chicago’s new sustainable and eco-friendly homes. - Patrick Sisson's The Most Impressive Green Homes in Chicago design collection on Dwell.

Totem House Toronto Ontario Canada

Splendid contemporary design of Totem House located in Toronto, city of Canada created by Reza Aliabadi [rzlbd] architects.

The striking black facade of Pieter Weijnen's new home is the result of the Japanese practice of charring wood. Weijnen, an architect at the Amsterdam firm Faro, first discovered charred wood through the work of Terunobu Fujimori and later traveled to the Japanese island of Naoshima to observe the traditional technique.  Courtesy of I See For You © Föllmi Photography.

The striking black facade of Pieter Weijnen's home in IJburg, Amsterdam, is the result of the Japanese practice of charring wood.

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