I Love the rain, so i think this would be amazing in my room. to see the rain falling on the ceiling. also to be able to wake up to the first sun.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

I Love the rain, so i think this would be amazing in my room. to see the rain falling on the ceiling. also to be able to wake up to the first sun. More

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Fraher Architects Completes An Extension With A Window That Stretches Up To The Roof - http://www.decorazilla.com/architecture/fraher-architects-completes-an-extension-with-a-window-that-stretches-up-to-the-roof.html

Fraher Architects Completes An Extension With A Window That Stretches Up To The Roof - http://www.decorazilla.com/architecture/fraher-architects-completes-an-extension-with-a-window-that-stretches-up-to-the-roof.html

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Skinny Rotterdam house for two architects features black brickwork and concealed windows

Skinny Rotterdam house for two architects features black brickwork and concealed windows

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This installation, SCAD, was created for the launch of the inaugural issue of Mesh Magazine - an independent publication that showcases the work with

This installation, SCAD, was created for the launch of the inaugural issue of Mesh Magazine - an independent publication that showcases the work with

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Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture :: " symbolized by the memorial space – the “oculus” – that brings light diffused by a cascade of water into the contemplative space from the Monument grounds."  "An oculus, circular window, or "rain-hole" (Latin: compluvium) is a feature of Classical architecture since the 16th century."

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture :: " symbolized by the memorial space – the “oculus” – that brings light diffused by a cascade of water into the contemplative space from the Monument grounds." "An oculus, circular window, or "rain-hole" (Latin: compluvium) is a feature of Classical architecture since the 16th century."

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