Though the house is in need of some dire repairs—including leaks and a lack of heat and water—it stands proud with its original architecture built entirely of concrete and glass. It cantilevers over the Silvermine River.
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Visualizer: Konstantin Kildinov Concrete, coated steel, and unfinished wood are among the perfect ingredients that flavor this industrial interior. Unlike many industrial interiors, this one doesn’t shy away from color – it makes immediate impression
Solid oak parquet carries from the entryway to the kitchen and living rooms. New Zealand native clippings sit in an old glass carboy that was once used for fermenting wineThe Ballantyne House by Warren & Mahoney Photo by Mary Gaudin