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    Default A house in the mountains of Lebanon

















    Raul Verner is the architect of this 960 m2 building. Relief masonry is the highlight of the decorations both inside and outside the building. Just over the interior staircase there is a facade staircase leading to the roof terrace. The country spirit prevails in the house - the fact accounts for plenty of ceramics, coppery and wicker-work. Though all the windows are without curtains, the house does not look bare - on the contrary, it feels snug and warm.
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    Too dark for me. For some reason if I lived there I would have the urge to dust everything.
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    your very own israeli occupation bunker done up with cheezy afghans.
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    ^^^
    hahaha i hate the afghan overload too - a couple of cushions, fine, but i really hate the wicker and afghan/tex mex weave/whatever the fuck that is sofas.
    i do love the architecture of the house though. i love stone houses.
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    not exactly scenic, looking out onto a bunch of dirt
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    Absoutely love it.
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    the stone walls would be far more interesting if the stones were all different shaped and sized. a more natural look.

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    I really like it-especailly the stairs. LOVE them.
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    The furniture isn't great, but wow, those interior textures really look nice to me. The stone, the tile, the grayish wood surfaces.
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    I like the house but none of the interiors

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    I love the actual house itself, but the interior does need to be lightened up a bit.
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