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The DAPstockhom Villa Midgard is Made From Organic Materials


By: Trenton Millar (Star) Nov 14, 12
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The DAPstockholm Villa Midgard is an abode that uses living materials to create a modern structure that gains character over time. Materials like walnut and grass are incorporated into the design of the home, and, as the home ages, it will be distressed, giving the home a one-of-a-kind look.

The second floor of this home sticks out over the first floor. This creates shade and privacy for the lower level of the home. The second floor also has an infinity pool that runs the length of the upper floor and has a secret window in the lower floor to see what’s going on underwater. The pool adds to the organic nature of the home.

The DAPstockholm Villa Midgard is a stunning example of modern architecture that is in balance with nature.



Source: highsnobiety
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