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Contemporary Living Room
Century Ring Screen
Sofa and circle screen
Screen is fabulous.
Pat Manning-Hanson, ASID
area rug and circle screen very cool ... and then the hardwoods, perfection!
like the screen...Century Ring Screen
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Vicente Wolf for ALB
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Like the room screen - where can it be purchased. Thank you!
I like very much the idea of the screen, allowing to have wide windows, which are ideal in warmer climates
I like the Screen Idea, but more so the tables on either side would go perfect with the blow up mattress
screen behind bed is great idea
Add screens. Make it easier for your guests to have a little privacy by putting up screens around their sleeping space. The more they feel secure, the more relaxed they will be — and the happier and friendlier they will ultimately be.
aamodt / plumb architects
Hamptons Beach House
Very interesting. Screening is cut out of sheet steel?
Are these screens available or custom made
Great job - could you tell us who fabricated the screens?
Can you remove these screens as and when required or are they fixed?
Bok Modern specializes in Laser-Cut metal panels for use as green screens, railings, canopies, balconies and much more. Please visit us at www.bokmodern.com.
Thanks, the screens were fabricated by Zahner, www.azahner
Are you asking about the screens? If so, they were custom designed for this project.
Hi Katherine - these are custom designed and fabricated screens. We would be happy to design something unique for you as well.
Laser cut panels... do in mid-century modern inspired pattern... with more light penetration ... for stairwell and privacy areas
Moore Architects, PC
Columbia Street Residence
colonial satisfied all of the early 20th century requirements; formal front elevation with full porch, central foyer/stair hall bounded by formal rooms, private bedroom space on the second floor, and, no relationship to the backyard. Americans love their early century houses, but they do not love the way
strong connection to the vast rear lawn with an assemblage of spaces starting with the kitchen flowing into the family room, then flowing into the screened porch that spilled onto the rear porch, and then culminates to the hardscape and softscape of the vast lush lawn. The new architecture is simple
We like the landing & screen design
front screened porch for small urban residence
On the Screened Porch
Ubiquitous in the Southeast's coastal regions, the screened porch is an important element of the southern home. Deep porches with high ceilings provide cooling shade to the home, and screens create functional outdoor rooms that can be utilized year round. A traditional haint blue ceiling, carriage
Love this style of porch facing outdoor ring
Screened in front porch with fans
High ceilings, fans, lights, white, wood trim on screens
Screened in porch second or main floor
Screened in porch - neutral colors
In the U.S. South, deep porches with lofty ceilings provide cooling shade to the home. With their screened enclosures, these porches really serve as outdoor rooms — and this one in Charleston, South Carolina, definitely feels that way, fitted with cushioned rockers and even a coffee table with a potted
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
The screened entrance is very appealing.
The quiet atmosphere of Mid Century spirit.
Wall screens add privacy to the open floor plan
great image of mid century modern
love the mid century moderns style and dramatic lighting
Midcentury house with "screen" around it. Makes a courtyard type of feel.
1. Float Along. Modestly sized, mid-century modern homes were often light, thin and screen-like and would only gently touch the earth. More often than not these homes had an impermanent quality that belies their intrinsic ability to do more with less.
An innovative use of materials allowed creative expressions of common and otherwise uninteresting elements in midcentury architecture. Notice the screen applied to this Texas house. This simple element extends a living space and gives the exterior visual interest.