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 this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean views
this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

this new house in vancouver is designed to take advantage of its amazing ocean v

February 22, 2017Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses have designed this mostly concrete split-level home in Vancouver, Canada, that overlooks the ocean.Concrete steps from the front of the house leads you down to the front door and entryway. Large glass windows provide a glimpse inside.In the living room, a low profile sofa and dark rug define the area, while the television is is tucked into a cabinet.On the other side of the of the cabinet is the dining room with a live-edge wooden table surrounded by black dining chairs, and the kitchen, with bright white cabinetry, a central island lit with pendant lights and a dark grey and black backsplash.Both the living and the dining/kitchen areas open up to a picturesque ocean view, and a wooden deck expands out into a concrete platform with a small built

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

dubldom, a beautiful and modern modular house

Modular houses, or prefabricated houses, are picking up momentum lately. We have been seen amazing modular houses designs. From small and minimal projects to bigger ambitious ones, there is certainly a modular house idea to fit your needs. To give you a taste of that we will show a beautiful and modern home in Pirogovo lake, Russia. The project was designed by BIO-architects. The house was designed for a couple that had lived in one of the architect's modular homes. They liked the experience and decided to try an upgraded version of their first modular house. The result is a nice and cozy cabin in the woods.The house counts with simple and affordable materials. Metal profile, barn board and glass, and it blends harmoniously with the natural environment. It seems like the cabin is totally i

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

the rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

February 23, 2017Photography by Kuomin LeeCreate+Think Design Studio have designed a house on the east coast of Taiwan named A’tolan, meaning a place with many rocks.The house is located on a sloped lot that was full of rocks. When those rocks were excavated to make room for the house, the rocks were then used to build some of the walls throughout the house and landscaping. The home spans over three levels like rice patty terraces.Photography by Kuomin LeeEntering the home, you can easily see the excavated rocks that now make up some of the walls.Photography by Kuomin LeeTo the left of the entryway is the alfresco dining room, that’s open to the outdoors and has uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. A wood lined ceiling provides protection from the sun and rain.Photography by Kuomin Le

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