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31st Street ResidenceKirkpatrick Architects
When the outdoor space is at ground level, and the architectural design doesn't allow for a full-length overhang, a narrow transition strip between inside and out will likely do the trick. A gravel bed with a drainage
When the outdoor space is at ground level, and the architectural design doesn't allow for a full-length overhang, a narrow transition strip between inside and out will likely do the trick. A gravel bed with a drainage channel below can be an effective way to keep water from building up and running into
WinslowJohn Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
wall is made of, is what opens. Architecturally, the door becomes a piece of the wall instead of being something entirely separate from the wall, as in traditional architectural design. In fact, whereas in traditional architecture the door is a celebrated architectural element that announces the connection
as if a large panel, one of many that the wall is made of, is what opens. Architecturally, the door becomes a piece of the wall instead of being something entirely separate from the wall, as in traditional architectural design.
wall is made of, is what opens. Architecturally, the door becomes a piece of the wall instead of being something entirely separate from the wall, as in traditional architectural design. In fact, whereas in traditional architecture the door is a celebrated architectural element that announces the connection
Mill Valley CabinsFeldman Architecture, Inc.
Valley, California, Feldman Architecture designed two cabins for creative pursuits that blend into the woods and the hillside.
On this beautiful property in Mill Valley, California, Feldman Architecture designed two cabins for creative pursuits
On this beautiful property in Mill Valley, California, Feldman Architecture designed two cabins for creative pursuits that blend into the woods and the hillside.
stunning blend of nature & architecture-made me think of bilbo baggins' shire
Feldman intended for the architecture to speak softly, as a quiet intervention in the landscape. The design is understated but warm, and preserves the natural feel of the site.The clients are “creative and passionate people with a deep appreciation of where they live," Hook says. Everything from the
Contemporary Shower186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
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186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
A Note from a fellow designer.
This bath is beautifully executed. The design is creative, organic and thoughtful in every texture, shape and color. The most remarkable attribute is that the designer knew when to stop, so that this soothing space remained spare
Minnetonka ResidenceALTUS Architecture + Design
Heading west to Minnesota, here is a house designed by Altus Architecture + Design that looks fairly orthogonal from the front, minus the yellow volume's sloping roof.
Heading west to Minnesota, here is a house designed by Altus Architecture + Design that looks fairly orthogonal from the front, minus the yellow volume's sloping roof.
Hackney ShedOffice Sian Architecture & Design
Interesting design, wood, shelves longer than rails
themselves a home designer, an architectural designer or a designer. Their total experience might consist of a drafting class at a city college. Or they might hold a master’s in architecture from Harvard and have 35 years of experience as a principal at one of the largest firms in the country, but for whatever
When searching for design help, you might encounter people who bill themselves as architects, and others who call themselves designers. Here is my attempt to clarify the differences. Architect: You can call yourself an architect and advertise with the words “architect” or “architecture” in your business
are licensed to practice architecture. Licensed architects typically have a degree from an accredited college, have completed a few thousand intern hours under a licensed professional, and have completed a series of eight rigorous exams. Designer: Those without an architecture license can call themselves
Georgetown SquareShinberg Levinas Architectural Design
beautifully designed. Where did you get the area rug?
Yes, it is custom -- we designed the opening and the GC installed a gas insert to fit the length
low long look - Shinberg Levinas Architectural DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo This lean floor-level fireplace is a minimalist statement. Gas-fueled fireplaces give designers more latitude when designing the hearth box. If a gas line isn’t an option, gel inserts can simulate
Gas-fueled fireplaces give designers more latitude when designing the hearth box.
we designed the opening and the
- ground fireplace - minimal designed fireplace
Levinas Architectural Design created this custom fireplace, demolishing a brick hearth, installing a new hood and flue for the existing chimney, and recessing a perforated gas pipe in the hearth.
Hillside house - hallRenzo J Nakata Architects
as if a large panel, one of many that the wall is made of, is what opens. Architecturally, the door becomes a piece of the wall instead of being something entirely separate from the wall, as in traditional architectural design.
Another identifying characteristic of modern architectural design is the storefront glazing system. These aluminum-framed systems allow for much larger expanses of glass within smaller-profile supports when
Storefront Windows Another identifying characteristic of modern architectural design is the storefront glazing system. These aluminum-framed systems allow for much larger expanses of glass within smaller-profile supports when
Storefront WindowsAnother identifying characteristic of modern architectural design is the storefront glazing system. These aluminum-framed systems allow for much larger expanses of glass within smaller-profile supports when compared to wood-framed systems.The result can be floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall
Southern CT Beach Homeallee architecture + design, llc
allee architecture + design, llcSave to IdeabookEmail Photo A steep back staircase from the kitchen to the bedrooms was updated with nautical striping and a copper pipe
steep back staircase from the kitchen to the bedrooms was updated with nautical striping and a copper pipe handrail.Architect: Allee Architecture + Design; interior design: Hannah Childs Interiors; builder: P.J. Cullina ContractingBrowse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes
The beautiful landscaping was done by Jason Osterberger Designs.
Thank you for viewing our photos. Many of the decorative items were found by the homeowner who worked with Becci Meier Architectural Design Services to achieve the desired design aesthetic.
The landscape design was done by Jason Osterberger Designs, and as such we wouldn't be able to answer questions about the individual plant hardiness. However, this home is located in Dallas, TX where the average minimum temp extreme is 10 to 15 degrees F, as compared to Northern Ohio extreme of -10 to
to - 15 degrees F. (USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map -- http://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/) We recommend discussing with a local landscape designer/specialist to ensure your planting is the right fit for your climate. Hope this helps!
Charles DebbasCharles Debbas Architecture
New Home. Use of sustainable materials and passive solar design. Photos by: Cesar Rubio and Nic Lehoux
It is a custom Pivot Door that I designed and fabricated by Extraordinary Doors in Santa Cruz CA
I like how the closets design as Leave
This basement looks to be two stories below ground, and still they opened it up. Congrats to this design build team.
glass door. But consider that these doors can add much to the intrinsic value of your home. Did you add new patio doors? We'd love to see how you designed the transition from indoors to out. Please upload a photo to the Comments section below!
We'd love to see how you designed the transition from indoors to out. Please upload a photo to the Comments section below!
Art Project, Michael Pallladino, John Salibello Antiques, Bark Frameworks, Hellman Chang at A., Rudin, Manzanares Furniture Corporation, John Lyle Design, Holly Hunt, Sue Chalom, Chesney's, Lladro, Niedermaier, Baccarat.
Who designed the wooden chair/stool ?
Mother's Day Design team: Dineen Architecture + DesignIn honor of Mother's Day, this 21st-century boudoir was inspired by its 18th-century counterpart: a woman's power center for work, romance, family and self. Designer Joan Dineen worked to celebrate strong feminine style with elegance in mind.
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