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9 Things That Everyone Wants to Have at Home, especially the first one!!

9 Things That Everyone Wants to Have at Home

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Sketches,Architecture

Alto Lee Adams Sr. United States Courthouse

Alto Lee Adams Sr. United States Courthouse

Elegant brick and limestone manor home in the countryside of Hampshire. New terraced garden at the rear and side, and carriage stables in the distance.

Elegant brick and limestone manor home in the countryside of Hampshire. New terraced garden at the rear and side, and carriage stables in the distance.

Isaac Royall House, Medford, Massachusetts, was owned by Isaac Royall, Sr., a slave trader, rum distiller and wealthy merchant of Antigua.  Isaac Royall, Jr., came into possession in 1737 and greatly enlarged the home.  Loyalists, the family fled to Nova Scotia at the start of the American Revolution.  The mansion was used by Generals Lee, Stark and Sullivan and was visited by George Washington.  Today, the Royall House is noted for having the only surviving slave quarters in Massachusetts.

Isaac Royall House, Medford, Massachusetts, was owned by Isaac Royall, Sr., a slave trader, rum distiller and wealthy merchant of Antigua. Isaac Royall, Jr., came into possession in 1737 and greatly enlarged the home. Loyalists, the family fled to Nova Scotia at the start of the American Revolution. The mansion was used by Generals Lee, Stark and Sullivan and was visited by George Washington. Today, the Royall House is noted for having the only surviving slave quarters in Massachusetts.

The ARCHive: Photo/ Brianna Nixon | Team ToW, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2014 Adv Design C: “Tubma Reservoir Project” - Spring 2013, Professor Jan Wampler - Graphite and photoshop

The ARCHive: Photo/ Brianna Nixon | Team ToW, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2014 Adv Design C: “Tubma Reservoir Project” - Spring 2013, Professor Jan Wampler - Graphite and photoshop

Le photographe de nationalité allemande Michael Wolf documente la densité urbaine à travers le monde avec ses images claustrophobiques de Tokyo ou Hong Kong, cette fois il s’intéresse à Paris avec cette série de photos de ses toitures et cheminées.

Les toits de Paris

Le photographe de nationalité allemande Michael Wolf documente la densité urbaine à travers le monde avec ses images claustrophobiques de Tokyo ou Hong Kong, cette fois il s’intéresse à Paris avec cette série de photos de ses toitures et cheminées.

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