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A story of wood, light and an old cowshed

July 15, 2013 4:37 pm Published by

Some days ago, The Contemporist published an interesting article about a very attractive project in Glebe, Sydney: the Carterwilliamson Architects firm, transformed an old brick cowshed into an stunning house, keeping part of the original structure, but adding some modern touches inside and outside.

At the interior of the house, in the dining room, a red Agatha Lamp from LZF, brings color to a huge and open space where wood and glass predominate.

For us, it’s very exciting to see how this challenging project includes one of our products and believes in that important compromise we have, of playing with wood and light.

In addition of that complete article, you can find a brief description of it, in this review from Ke-Zu.

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Hace unos días, The Contemporist publicó un interesante artículo acerca de un llamativo proyecto en Glebe, Sidney. La firma Carterwilliamson Architects transformó un viejo establo de ladrillo en una asombrosa casa, manteniendo parte de la estructura original, añadiendo algunos toques modernos tanto en el interior como en el exterior.

En el interior de la casa, exactamente en el comedor, una lámpara roja Agatha de LZF trae color a un amplio espacio abierto donde predomina la madera y el vidrio.

Para nosotros, es bastante emocionante ver cómo este ambicioso proyecto incluye uno de nuestros productos y cree en nuestro valioso compromiso de jugar con la madera y la luz. 

Además de este completo artículo, podéis encontrar una breve descripción de él, en este resumen de Ke-Zu.

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