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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:24 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Dec 13, 2011

Just loving the Southwestern vibe to this house, Oblio House. Located in Cedar Crest, New Mexico, you can really sense this architecture’s connection to its surrounding land, and colors, volumes, shapes and more are lifted from the landscape in a way that is subtle, yet haunting. From Architizer: “Oblio House — Continue reading …




 

 

Just loving the Southwestern vibe to this house, Oblio House. Located in Cedar Crest, New Mexico, you can really sense this architecture’s connection to its surrounding land, and colors, volumes, shapes and more are lifted from the landscape in a way that is subtle, yet haunting. From Architizer:

“Oblio House in Cedar Crest, New Mexico is a study of intersection between circulation and topography. Built on a steep hill, the design organizes the house on two levels that step down the site to the main living spaces that open onto a terrace. Entrance is from the upper level, passing in between two walls acting as a curtain between two worlds. Once inside, circulation doubles back in the opposite direction revealing views of the private natural sanctuary and accessing the guest quarters, study loft and bathroom.” By Ed Fitzgerald Architects.

Images: Architizer 

 

 

 
 
 

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