We seldom see a home instead of a house on this site, but here’s one. Many beautiful details like the round window accompanied by the Bubble, the stonewall and the down-to-earth colors – very nice! I might’ve add some bright colors here and there, but that’s a matter of taste. One thing bothers though, why again the thousand and one spots?
First of all, I’ve browsed through your entire site, from the first page till the last. I want to congratulate you people for a job very well done! Secondly, I’ve seen a lot of house on your site that have just a bit too many windows and open spaces. Now I’ve lived in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. This kind of a house, though beautifully executed, is not at all practical for a climate in the two countries I live in. It would take extra energy to cool or warm up such a place. And too much effort to keep the house clean and free. The climate in both the countries reaches above 50C in summer and goes down 0C in winter. How do these people manage do keep the warm in and the cold out, and vice versa? Good Wishes, Salams…
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