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The modern River house on a 90-acre farm in upstate New York was designed by New York-based BWArchitects. They wanted the residence to be connect… Read More
The modern River house on a 90-acre farm in upstate New York was designed by New York-based BWArchitects. They wanted the residence to be connected to the landscape and reflect the latest developments in green technology. The materials employed are sleek, but subtle: wood for the interior and glassfibre-reinforced concrete panels for the exterior - with various points of visible contrast. The house with the anthracite concrete façade is adjacent to the Hudson River, a spectacular view of which greets the visitor upon entering the house. 450 m² fibreC anthracite MA, BWArchitects, New York Photos © scott benedict | practical(ly) studios Read Less
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The modern River house on a 90-acre farm in upstate New York was designed by New York-based BWArchitects. They wanted the residence to be connected to the landscape and reflect the latest developments in green technology. The materials employed are sleek, but subtle: wood for the interior and glassfibre-reinforced concrete panels for the exterior - with various points of visible contrast. The house with the anthracite concrete façade is adjacent to the Hudson River, a spectacular view of which greets the visitor upon entering the house.
 
450 m² fibreC anthracite MA, BWArchitects, New York
Photos © scott benedict | practical(ly) studios