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* Residential Architecture: House on the Bluff by Edward Suzuki Associates

Posted by the editors on Thursday, 3 May 2012

Residential Architecture: House on the Bluff by Edward Suzuki Associates: “..The space boasts a voluptuous volume of two floor heights to which a mezzanine could be added in the future if and when necessary. The Living room too is two stories high with the Master Bedroom on the second floor overlooking it..The interior floor finishes are basically bamboo laminates for the ground floor and carpeting for the second. Edward Suzuki Associates endorses use of bamboo as much as is possible instead wood, as bamboo is very fast-growing and abundant..and hence more ecologically sound than wood. The walls and ceilings are basically paint on gypsum board..”  Modest but intriguing front facade, interesting interior volumes, sustainability, glazing, privacy..

See our posts on other interesting homes, one circular home with a lovely central courtyard with overlooking mezzanine, by Edward Suzuki Associates: Residential Architecture: F Residence by Edward Suzuki Architecture and Residential Architecture: House of Maple Leaves by Edward Suzuki Architecture.

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image: © Yasuhiro Nukamura; article: Ross , Kritiana . “House on the Bluff / Edward Suzuki Associates” 02 May 2012. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/229816&gt;

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One Response to “* Residential Architecture: House on the Bluff by Edward Suzuki Associates”

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