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Интересный дом в Уругвае

Этот состоящий из  трех секций дом жилой площадью 484 квадратов, был построен по проекту архитектурного бюро KallosTurin,  в  городке Пунта-дель-Эста на юге Уругвая. Авторы этого замечательного проекта Стефания Каллос и Абигейл Турине, владелицы KallosTurin . Основная идея этого дома заключена в простоте и слиянии с окружающим дом ландшафтом. При строительстве применялся бетон, стекло,  использовалось большое количество деревянных конструкций.



 Скамейка, стол и табуретки изготовлены из лапачо, дерева твердой породы произрастающего в Бразилии,  по проекту  KallosTurin.

 
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Kachelöfen & Outdoors Decor

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What a great space. I'm usually not for wooden interiors but here it looks very nice.

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The curved shape is great.

Kachelöfen. I love them. They're a part of "home" for me as we had one in our holiday home. I used to sit on the warm tiles reading or just hanging out. It's so cozy. I'd love to have one in my home.

I also liked these. They'd make some beautiful outdoors decor:

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http://www.honka.si/html/news/img/interierji/Kachelofen.jpg
http://www.tt-ofen.ch/images/of4.jpg
http://www.art-mosphaere.de/feuerzauber-menu-produkte.html
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Moroccan Lanterns & Seating

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I've always loved these and the patterns they make against walls and ceiling when lit. Either the electrical ones or candle-lit. Looking at the prices on American websites makes me laugh as these can be bought for about 1/10th of the price in Morocco - and that's when one is a foreign traveller, locals would pay even less. Ah, well. They can always claim import costs and of course these stores need to make a profit. Beautiful, atmospheric decor either way.

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Looks like they have some interesting things from all over the world. http://www.natashascafe.com/html/lamps.html

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Bonus pic, just because it fits here.

I've seen similar, really elaborate mosaics in people's homes in Morocco, especially the old ones in the Medina that look beyond plain from the outside. It's like entering paradise - unexpectantly. I love the seating here as well.