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Two More from Andrew Gould

In addition to my post on Charles Street & Tully Alley, here are another two houses designed by Andrew Gould. Like the other project, they are an urban infill project, built at the back of a lot on Ashley Avenue in Charleston, and the first house shown here is the architect’s own house.

This post was published on Friday, April 26th, 2013 2:15 pm. It has been categorised under Architecture Errant Thoughts and been tagged under .
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  1. L Gaylord Clark
    2 May 2013
    1:48 pm

    Quite charming, and both look enjoyable to actually live in.
    Is anything as comfortably vernacular being done in England these days?

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