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Houses built in Vancouver, Canada are the result of massive renovations that existed from the 1960s. This amazing house was designed by Scoot Posno Design while maintaining a vintage style like the 60s. The main floor interior walls are removable to create an open concept plan. Modern touch is clearly visible from the addition of new features including a large marble kitchen island and fireplace new hanging clothes. The house is also equipped with a large garage that will be ready to store your antic car collection. Scroll down and get inspired!

This terrace house extension located in Paddington, Sydney’s eastern suburbs, in the state of New South Wales, Australian. Designed by Adrian Amore Architects with open-plan spaces, allowing more light into the house and eliminating the boundaries between indoor and outdoor. Walking in this house you will be greeted with great folding doors in almost all parts, while the open space concept will make dining area, kitchen, living room and bathroom has a stunning outdoor scenery. For added convenience, materials such as steel, wood and stone will make you feel warm, while the a contemporary feel to white space gives the  [ Read More ]