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The Concrete River House is an item of immense beauty completed by the the Japanese architecture practice Suyama Peterson Deguchi in a mesmerizing forested sloppy area in the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA. The simply mesmerizing location that nestles the location is animated by the sound of nearby river.
Neutral tones have been used both inside and outside, both being subdued to the surroundings, capturing snapshots from every angle thank to the huge glass walls around the house.
The Japanese architecture practice Suyama Peterson Deguchi further relates:
“Here, the division between inside and outside first becomes blurred. This sense of uncertainty extends through the airlock entry to the interior of the main space. The synergy of the landscape architecture, art and furnishings contribute to the serene sense of place.”
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