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Transparent walls Homss tour: let’s be clear here

Transparent walls The house owners of this midcentury brand new house in New York's Hudson Valley preferred the casual nature of the unique 1952 design, however they wanted an improved connection to the panorama. Jeff Jordan Architects opened both the ground plan & external, giving the shoppers a more practical, pared-down version of the house, with expansive glass partitions & perspectives that keep in mind Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House & different up to date glass houses. Homss at a GlanceLocation: Newburgh, New YorkSize: 2,200 sq. Ft The house owners of this midcentury brand new area in New York's Hudson Valley favored the casual nature of the unique 1952 design, but they sought after a better connection to the panorama.

Jeff Jordan Architects opened both the floor plan & external, giving the shoppers a more effective, pared-down version of the house, with expansive glass walls and views that bear in mind Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House & other modern glass houses. Homss at a GlanceLocation: Newburgh, New YorkSize: 2,2 hundred sq. Feet Expansive glass & a brand new floor plan celebrate a midcentury modern house's openness and connection to nature.

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