River Road House

River Road house by Hughes Umbanhowar Architects

River Road house by Hughes Umbanhowar Architects Architects: Hughes Umbanhowar Architects Location: Sewall’s Point, Palm Beach, Florida, USA Area: 12,300 sqft /  1,143 sqm Year: 2008 Photo courtesy: Hughes Umbanhowar Architects Description: Positive volumes are adjusted on negative making an increased strain and interests. A glass-cleaned through-way join and recognizes...

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