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Limestone House / John Wardle Architects

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A house that can generate, capture and provide everything it needs on site. A house that minimises its environmental impact beyond the site. This was our client’s ambition, while also creating a generous and delightful living environment. An outer shell of Mt Gambier limestone is carved away to create several carefully orchestrated window apertures. Those on the street are aligned to achieve light but control privacy and solar ingress into the bedrooms. Larger openings on the north elevation allow for ingress of sun and sky views. The largest aperture is a central, shaded courtyard that draws in natural light, ventilation and the winter sun into the heart of the house. The setting includes a planted pond in which sits a timber lined study. Everything is set around this calm and contemplative centre, but with views and links outward to a lush surrounding garden. 

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Paint Colours to ’stay Away’ From in the Kitchen – ‘makes Them Feel Claustrophobic’

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Painting is just one way homeowners can add their own stamp onto a property. While the majority of this is down to personal taste, an interior design expert has shared the paint colours to “stay away” from in the kitchen.

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Painting Can Add ’25 Percent’ to Home’s Value – but One Colour Has ‘optimal Results’

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A property expert claimed a freshly painted home and a new kitchen can add potentially thousands to a property’s value.

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Design Tops the Urban Agenda in Valencia During the Month of September

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The World Design Street Festival, the first major retrospective of Jaime Hayon in Spain and the International Interior Design Forum stand out alongside Valencia Disseny Week and the Hábitat València Fair, the biggest in history coinciding with the World Design Capital Valencia 2022.

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