House Equanimity in Pennsylvania by Joseph N. Biondo

This house is designed by the architect Joseph N. Biondo, who recently received the top award at the AIA Pennsylvania Award Program. This house is located in Northampton, Pennsylvania. The structure contains three bedrooms. And the primary building materials include concrete and concrete products which pay homage to Northampton’s history as the birthplace of American Portland Cement. Old cement kilns and other artifacts of cement-making are scatted around Northampton.

House Equanimity in Pennsylvania by Joseph N. Biondo

This house has a very unique and genuine design. Also, this house provides you with a perfect outside view. This is a great place to stay and a great place to be in. In has a very interesting look on the outside, modern and yet not that much. It can be easily distinguished far away because of the shape and of course the beautiful blue color used on the exterior.

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I’m sure that on the inside it looks as beautiful as on the outside, elegant and colorful without being too bright or too busy or crowded. The owners, whoever they are, must be really proud and lucky to have such an original place to live in.

Published by in Architecture, on October 30th, 2009


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