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Casa 1101  |  H Arquitectes
Location: Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona, Spain
More Info & Photos: Afasia Archzine + Flickr  |  Photography: Adrià Goula

- The proposal searches the balance between placing the maximum number of rooms on the ground floor yet keeping the garden free from masonry work volumes. This idea is developed through a volumetric composition shaped in three boxes spread throughout the garden, almost aligned and located in the plot northern side creating a wide outer zone facing south. The first box, to the east, houses the children’s area with three single bedrooms upstairs and a playroom on the ground floor. The second one, in the centre, accommodates the main room: the kitchen, a nearly 30square metre and 4metre high room dominated by a large fireplace. The third box, to the west, contains the parents’ zone, with the bedroom at the garden level and a high ceiling studio on the first floor.

Faux Brick Veneer for Your Home

You can’t expose bricks if you don’t have them… or can you!?! DUN DUN DUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

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On the last PhotoFriday post, I highlighted the look of exposed brick and how much of an impact in could have on a home! The problem is, if your home doesn’t have brick to expose – the look won’t work… but don’t give up just yet!

Michael Rygiel, from Century Architextureutilized his background in industrial design and construction to produce a creatively new concept from an age-old material.…

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