European Contemporary Houses
Telleri, 1998 - Architecture - 156 pages
Amid the splendor of rocky or snow-capped peaks, green valleys and shimmering lakes, homes in the mountains attract a wide range of people, from sportspeople to poets. The levels of today's techniques offer the boldest solutions, bringing together humankind and nature. This flowering of the best achievements of our epoch reflect the fertile imagination of the architects.
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