Tangible Home Design Goes Modern-Industrial Chic

Posted by blogitu on Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Tangible Home Design Goes Modern-Industrial Chic
Tangible Home Design Goes Modern-Industrial Chic
Tangible Home Design Goes Modern-Industrial Chic

It’s only fitting this cement home design is found in the city of Northampton, Eastern Pennsylvania - the birthplace of yankee Portland Cement. “The primary building materials, site poured concrete as well as other concrete products, pay respect towards the good reputation for Northampton”, explains Architect Joseph N. Biondo. Inspired by cement along with the machines accustomed to produce it, this horizontal house is a lesson in fashion in the modern-industrial school. Planted firmly into its sloping lot, this hill house is greatly part of its environment, using the indisputable fact that eventually the moss and greenery will envelop it. In the centre of the design are fabulous outdoor entertaining areas that open to the landscape and enable the outside in, separated in the indoors by barely-there sliding glass. Inside, the design and style is modern, the finishes fine, and also the details impeccable. Joseph N. Biondo