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TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Seamless Neighbor
You should sell this houses's blue Print. Perfect design.
This house is a 4 bed/4 bath house with 3,300 finished sqft first and second floor and 1,195 finished sqft on the lower level. This does not include the 700 sqft storage and 180 sqft of mechanical on the lower level.
What was the width of this house? It is an absolutely stunning smaller home!
I love this house so much. I want to build one like it. please show more details like elevations or how to have the builder contacted?
what is the size of the frontage of this house
think some of the houses in my neighborhood could be easily modified to look more like this.
my Hemp house will have a Hipped roof with Dormer windows on each side. ;) a little like the roof on this house
“Dormer” — jimmymagill
Soloway Designs Inc.
37 Reviews
Southwest Contemporary 494
Why do you want to see the house plan? Is this something you are thinking about building?
This a house for the West. I like the outside colors; that it is a one floor house.
Considering the previous photo, it is not difficult to see the inspiration for this modern desert house. You can see the disciplines of modern architecture — crisp lines — merging with influences from the past. Though this style is attributed to prior Native American dwellings, its attributes are found
“john likes this” — joannewilson22
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Princeton Restoration
I love the walkway up to the house - what is it?
could turn the tower road house into this in brick
design principle for front of the house
Front middle portion for our house
window in the pediment provide more colonial revival identity. This house also has a flat-roof wing at left and 16- over 16-pane double-hung windows.
Depth and SymmetryThe center section extends beyond the main body of this house, which is equally divided on each side of the entry, with a minor sunroom
“Red door” — abatron007
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Hello, I like the doors in this house. Where are they from? Thanks. vibha_akk@yahoo.com
Love the architecture of this home...sleek and clean lines
Might work with trim color of house
Some architects vary their responses to historical context in degrees. One such architect is John Lum, who designed this house and the next two. A third-floor addition looks pared down, as it features the same stucco exterior as the floor below it. The second-story cornice appears to be a historical
“paint color combos” — jprince47
Shannon Malone
love the house being built around the tree.
Love this house. Free form with art nouveau touches.
Get my house trim to look like that!
imagined a tree in my house
Ivy, tree in the middle of the house
Great opportunity for tree house
ingenuity, he managed to integrate the tree into the design and build around it. Although it is a spectacular sight, Marc says, "It did break up the house. It would have had more open flow without the tree."
“Tree” — Garrett Self
Moore Architects, PC
Falls Church Cottage
this house has assumed an entirely new identity. The transformation to an asymmetrical dormered cottage responded to the architectural character of the surrounding City of Falls Church neighborhood. The family had lived in this house for seven years, but recognized that the plan of the house, with its
garage was integrated into the house volume, becoming the kitchen, powder room and mudroom. Front and back porches were added, allowing an overlap of family life inside the house and outside in the yard. Rather than simply enlarge the rectangular footprint of the house, the architect sought to break
box-like rooms, was at odds with their desired life-style. The circulation for the house included each room, without a distinct circulation system. The architect was asked to expand the living space on both floors, and create a house that unified family activities. A family room and breakfast room were added
“High windows” — Sonia Derryberry
Brian Gille Architects, Ltd.
Shotgun Style
From New Orleans. The house is a long series of rooms one following the next from front to back.The saying is based on the idea that if you stand in the front door and fire a shotgun toward the rear of the house the pellets will travel all the way through and out the
striking any interior walls. Shotgun House.
This house is very old. It was probably built
built in the early 1900's. The tall windows are indicative of area back in the day. Tall windows allowed air to flow through the house easily. It's very hot and humid in New Orleans. Years ago it's how they stayed cool. If you call it cool...lol. You can walk through these without having to duck! My grandparents
Did you ever find out the colors on this house? Would love to know also!
“porch” — chauckes
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
To view other projects by TruexCullins Architecture + Interior design visit www.truexcullins.com Photos taken by Jim Westphalen
The most common recycled plastic, HDPE (high-density polyethylene) comes from water pipes and bottles (marked with a number 2 in the recycling symbol). HDPE is commonly downcycled into products like plastic lumber, garden furniture, garden planters, roadside curbs, trash
UsesThe most common recycled plastic, HDPE (high-density polyethylene) comes from water pipes and bottles (marked with a number 2 in the recycling symbol). HDPE is commonly downcycled into products like plastic lumber, garden furniture, garden planters, roadside curbs, trash
“Metal” — sandyljetton
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