Cement Home Design Goes Modern-Industrial Chic

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It’s only fitting that this cement home design is located in the town of Northampton, Eastern Pennsylvania - the birthplace of American Portland Cement. “The primary building materials, site poured concrete and various concrete products, pay respect to the history of Northampton”, explains Architect Joseph N. Biondo. Inspired by cement as well as the machines used to produce it, this horizontal home is a lesson in style from the modern-industrial school. Planted firmly into its sloping lot, this hill home is very much a part of its environment, with the idea that eventually the moss and greenery will envelop it. At the heart of this design are fabulous outdoor entertaining areas that open onto the landscape and invite the outdoors in, separated from the indoors by barely-there sliding glass. Inside, the style is modern, the finishes fine, and the details impeccable. Joseph N. Biondo
via Bustler
photo credit: Steven Wolfe Photography

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Posted on October 22, 2009 10:24 PM

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