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In addition to shoring up the existing structure with flood proofing and seismic upgrades, Richardson reorganized the...
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FAHouse: A Double Triangular House in the Forest
Jean Verville architecte designed FAHOUSE, a residence burrowed in the middle of a hemlock forest in Eastern Townships, Canada.
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