Mending Wall House by BNV Architecture

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Designed by Australian design studio BVN Architecture, the Mending Wall house is a magnificent piece of architectural work. The concrete blocks and stone outside imitate the rocks from the Blue Mountains. The center piece of the house is the fireplace, where the members of the family can gather around. A big library is located on the walls of the open plan cottage. The layout of the house allows in plenty of light, even though it may look like a barn but the inside is very much cozy and comfortable suitable for any family.

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