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Amazing Metal Houses

Metal Buildings November 1, 2016

Metal houses that are built with advanced architectural designs have all the essential elements of an ideal home. Distinguished builders have incorporated industrial features into up-to-date residential exteriors. Wood, metal and cement all work well in these amazing metal houses.

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Elegantly wood-lined roof metal house
Designed and built by  Finne Architects
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Sustainable dweliing
Designed and built by CR Forma
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Eco-house barn-style metal house
Designed and built by Architect Kimberly Peck
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Simple contemporary box
Designed and built by Intexure Architectshouston

Wooded, rural setting metal house design
Designed and built by Homecraft Design & Build
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Rectangular concrete home
Designed and built by Adams Mohler Ghillino Architectscorrugated

Corrugated metal panels
Designed and built by Samara Greenwood Architecture
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House with some industrial elements
Designed and built by Knowles PS
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Beautifully arranged-glass framed in metal
Designed and built by Genesis Architecture
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Vernacular architecture of farm building
Designed and built by M+A Architecture Studio
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