Photo via Dezeen What was once a slightly-reflective coating used to protect boats, has become, through the workings of London-based firm Dow Jones Architects, a dark and stormy façade for a seaside ... more 
Photo via Dezeen What was once a slightly-reflective coating used to protect boats, has become, through the workings of London-based firm Dow Jones Architects, a dark and stormy façade for a seaside abode on England's Isle of Wight—and another brooding... less 
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Curbed
Tue, Aug 26, 2014 11:20 AM EDT