A modern, modern look at the cornerstone home
The centerpiece of a home is its foundation.
In an age of digital and social media, home furnishings are increasingly being used as platforms to share information and information in an intimate way.
And the most important part of a cornerstone home is the foundation itself, which is the first thing you see in most modern architecture.
But while many foundations are built to withstand the elements, most of us don’t build our foundation from solid brick.
The cornerstone home, which you can see here in our new Slate article, uses a series of solid-fiber beams and bricks as its foundation to keep it from crumbling.
That foundation is built around a circular archway that can be used to hang curtains, add a dining room, and more.
A central staircase takes you to the foundation’s entrance and is connected to the main entrance through a series.
The foundation is topped by a large stone fireplace, a natural light-emitting diode lamp, and a fireplace mantel.
The house’s interior, designed by architects Ariano Gennaro and Daniele Bortolato, uses the stone fireplace mantels to create a cozy and inviting interior.