The architect Adam Richards built a very unusual for the English province house for his family on the site of a former farm. Large arched windows hint at classic proportions, while at the same time a flat brick facade makes it clear that this is a newbuilt. Inside, the contrasts only intensify: all the walls and ceilings are unexpectedly made of concrete, although the furniture and decor consist mainly of traditional designs with vintage accents. Such an interesting project!
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