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  • Bothered by Australia's homogenous housing landscape, which is dominated by brick veneer and terracotta tile-roofed houses in every climate from the cold highlands area to the tropical north, artist Mathieu Gallois and a team of architects and experts have launched the Reincarnated McMansion Project to demonstrate alternatives to unsustainable housing models and draw attention to sustainability in existing housing.

    Robyn Griggs Lawrence: How to Green a McMansion? Tear It Down and Build Two Homes In Its Place

  • But much of this eight hundred feet was composed of mere corridors, concrete-walled, tile-roofed, that connected and assembled the various parts of the building.

    CHAPTER II

  • The facility's tile-roofed buildings employ 200 workers, and contain a water-quality laboratory.

    Susan Buchanan: New Orleans Tap Water Beats Odds, Meets All Regulatory Standards

  • The tile-roofed concrete garage of a Bernard Maybeck house remains intact, along with the stone wall and steps alongside it, leading up to a wooden house that no longer exists—except in a small mailbox replica.

    Following the Flames

  • Oxen pull plows through rice paddies and elderly villagers lounge outdoors among traditional tile-roofed homes.

    Fast Track to Wuhan, China

  • Adobe and tile-roofed buildings lend harmony to the plazas and fountains, coupled with the always-amiable manners of its people, creating an enchanting atmosphere, inviting visitors to return time and again.

    Introduction to Michoacán - the soul of Mexico

  • So that they might bathe together, a practice forbidden in the sexually segregated public baths, Alobar and Kudra tapped into the aqueduct system and built a tile-roofed, waist-deep tub at the rear of their house, between the rosebushes and the pistachio tree.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • Just behind the clubhouse, a few yards below and to the right of the eighteenth green, the caddy masters quarters were housed in a musty, tile-roofed shed crammed tight with members bags, small piles of lost hats and headcovers, tools, hoses, elettrici, and carrelli.

    The Italian Summer

  • But if you opened the tall glass doors of the living room and stepped onto the patio where we ate our meals, you could look out and down at one of the most spectacular landscapes on eartha branch of the blue lake, with tile-roofed houses clumped and scattered along the base of forest-covered mountains on the opposite shore.

    The Italian Summer

  • And as we headed down and to the west, each hole opened onto a new vista of jagged rock faces and alpine forests, of valleys and tile-roofed settlements, of sunlight and shadow.

    The Italian Summer

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