Experimental house design by Freelon Group

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Experimental house design by Freelon Group, Luxury House Design, House Design, Interior House Design
Experimental house design by Freelon Group



Each floor is made of different materials and placed at right angles to one another. The first floor is a combination of glass with the exterior concrete and glass with a marble in it. The roof is long enough where to go can be accessed from the second floor. The third floor is almost transparent, giving the opportunity to capture the stunning views of nature. Besides having a beautiful nature outside, the interior of the house made mostly from natural materials. Not only marble, but of wood, bamboo, IPE is widely used. View the entire rural and modern interior. Most of the Freelon Group specializing in public projects even though one of their architects, Michael A. Rantilla, built his private residence in Raleigh, North Carolina. Home store is designed to respond to three specific sites obstructions, such as zoning setbacks, buffering rivers and steep slopes.


Experimental house design by Freelon Group, Luxury House Design, House Design, Interior House Design
Experimental house design by Freelon Group
Experimental house design by Freelon Group, Luxury House Design, House Design, Interior House Design
Experimental house design by Freelon Group
Experimental house design by Freelon Group, Luxury House Design, House Design, Interior House Design
Experimental house design by Freelon Group
Experimental house design by Freelon Group, Luxury House Design, House Design, Interior House Design
Experimental house design by Freelon Group
Experimental house design by Freelon Group, Luxury House Design, House Design, Interior House Design
Experimental house design by Freelon Group
Experimental house design by Freelon Group, Luxury House Design, House Design, Interior House Design
Experimental house design by Freelon Group