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Product name: Prefabricated house
Model no.: 6m dome
Place of Origin: South Korea
1) Easy to assemble: It takes under 4 hours by 2~3 people
2) Portable: Light weight (Packed easily and shipped wherever)
3) Weather tested: Proven in tropics, in arctic climates and have withstood hurricane force winds.
3) Durable, Rustproof, Rainproof
4) Energy Efficiency: Save up to 60% in heating or cooling costs
5) Low cost
1) Disaster shelter
2) Tourist rentals
3) Military applications
4) Remote field camps
5) Spa or equipment covers
6) Storage sheds
1) Height : 3.7m
2) Area and Weight : 29.2m² , 544.3kg
3) Material: Fiberglass
Santa Cruz, CA - This custom architectural garage door and gate project in the Northern California area was designed in a Spanish Colonial style and crafted by hand to capture that charming appeal of old world door craftsmanship found throughout Europe. The custom home was exquisitely built without sparing a single detail that would engulf the Spanish Colonial authentic architectural design. Beautiful, hand-selected terracotta roof tiles and white plastered walls just like in historical homes in Colonial Spain were used for this home construction, not to mention the wooden beam detailing particularly on the bay window above the garage. All these authentic Spanish Colonial architectural elements made this home the perfect backdrop for our custom Spanish Colonial Garage Doors and Gates.
Little red and white ornaments dangle from these flower boxes filled with evergreens and red berries.
Mary Prince © 2012 Houzz
Aerial view, concrete thin shell balloon formed dome house. Super energy efficient. Front entrance with stairway tower with chimney flue's on their side's as window frames. Structure will last a 100 years and will resist earthquakes, Hurricane's and wild fire.Spa and stair tower have Nautilus shape foot print, The Beauty of the curve.
This is a unique home nestled in a wooded area outside of Boston, MA. It features an amazing thatched roof, eyebrow windows, white stucco, and an aged round fieldstone siding. This home looks as if it was taken right out of a fairytale. The stone was Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer provided by Stoneyard.com.
Ground based up-lighting brings out the elegance and the unique architectural details of each home while giving each home a much grander street presence.
Project and photo by: Tim Ryan- Lite4 Outdoor Lighting
This 1912 stone structure was once a storage building adjacent a dilapidated single story wood cabin. The cabin was beyond repair, but the stone building was renovated and has become a master suite with a loft. The addition of the French Provencal inspired main residence was added in place of the cabin. A blue slate roof, lime washed plaster, exposed timbers and local stone complete the homes exterior while marrying the two structures and creating a welcoming weekend retreat for a Northern California couple.
The unique family home was designed to recall a turn of the century barn or stable and is divided in the middle by a traditional dogtrot. Sliding barn doors open to reveal the central, open space that bisects the home and provides a sheltered outdoor living room. Less rustic than the dark, unpainted wood barns of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, this playful Spring Island home is painted in light shades of ochre and green that complement the surrounding landscape.
Photography: Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives