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Houses by the Shore: At Home With The Water: River, Lake, Sea


Super Savings Item! Free Shipping Included! Save 38% on the Houses by the Shore: At Home With The Water: River, Lake, Sea by Rizzoli at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Highlighting thirty-five spectacular recently completed houses overlooking sea, lake, river, and ocean, selected for beauty and variety across the globe, Houses by the Shore features homes that demonstrate the extraordinarily diverse ways that today's leading architects and interior designers build and design homes on the water and new approaches homeowners are taking to life on the shore.Frequently elegant and uncluttered, these houses serve as models of smart and often exquisite design with


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Highlighting thirty-five spectacular recently completed houses overlooking sea, lake, river, and ocean, selected for beauty and variety across the globe, Houses by the Shore features homes that demonstrate the extraordinarily diverse ways that today's leading architects and interior designers build and design homes on the water and new approaches homeowners are taking to life on the shore.Frequently elegant and uncluttered, these houses serve as models of smart and often exquisite design with lots of ideas for homeowners who don't necessarily live in a waterfront home, but who wish to have something of that appeal and sensitivity in their own space.A range of projects encompassing myriad geographic and cultural inspirations show some of the world's most inviting residences, built in stone and glass, in wood and steel and concrete. The houses vary in size and style, though all within the realm of the modern, from open plan homes that include terraces and rooms that flow from indoors to out, to spaces flooded with light and views. Each house is photographed comprehensively with detailed interior and exterior pictures and plans, and placed into context through the lens of widely respected editor Oscar Riera Ojeda and descriptive texts written by design critic Byron Hawes, to give readers a privileged look at the best of shore-side residential architecture. With its beautiful modernist homes set beside the golden sands of the gulf coast of Mexico or upon the romantic islands of Greece, from Finland to South Africa to New Zealand, Houses by the Shore is a paean to rooms with a view.

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Manufacturer:Rizzoli
Publisher:Rizzoli
Studio:Rizzoli
EAN:9780847862801
Item Size:1.34 x 9.82 x 9.82 inches
Package Weight:4.16 pounds
Package Size:9.72 x 1.34 x 1.34 inches

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