We wouldn't mind 365 days of modern gables if they're all like this newly completed home in rural Monmouthshire, Wales. Replacing a dingy '60s bungalow, the secluded house references traditional barns in the area, mixing locally-sourced sandstone with a more contemporary touch of the striking steel frame structure. Designed by local studio Hall + Bednarczyk Architects. the two-story dwelling is all sleek and mod inside with gigantic windows, open-plan spaces, a double-height living area, and light wooden flooring throughout.
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