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Julia Fairley

That's an interesting interpretation, it's always fascinating to hear what different architecture and designs communicate to people. The built environment certainly has a strong 'voice'!

   
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Sheila Whittam

The street view does look like a commercial enterprise and reminds me a lot of big walled places in Italy that stop the viewer from seeing anything of the human touch. Minimalism rules even inside of this house, the meagre amount of interior pictures also reflect the idea here too... that I do not want to be seen thank you!!

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beshill

Interesting house,I appreciate the lovely use of colour on doors as a softener to the industrial feel of the concrete- quite refreshing.It is necessary to push the boundaries of design,otherwise we get mediocrity.

So nice to see something that is not all white and slick.

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