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Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
floor plan is derived by pushing and pulling the house’s form to maximize the backyard and minimize the public front yard while welcoming the sun in key rooms by rotating the house 45-degrees to true north. The angular form of the house is a result of the family’s program, the zoning rules, the lot’s
“Barn look” — janianneswiegers
De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
Greenwich St. Bath, San Francisco
step further. Using lavish finishes such as teak veneer, Calacatta marble and custom lighting, this small bath makes a big impression. Framing was a key design element that introduced a sculptural aspect. The extravagant shower frames a skylight to flood natural light into the entire space making the
“Powder room colour options” — mark_madden
June DeLugas Interiors
4 Reviews
Fall 2013 Parade of Homes-Platinum Award Winner
The artwork in this room was the key inspiration for the color scheme in this room, and throughout the house. The counter space was cutout intentionally to house this art piece. Photo by J. Sinclair
“Wood shelf on wall with light for livingroom” — andrearodrigs
Griggs Custom Homes, Inc
2 Reviews
Lake Tahoe- Olympic Home
being a developer in the surrounding region, they were very attuned to being hands on in the design and construction process. Attention to detail was key, making sure the home was built exactly the way they wanted. This home features radiant hydronic heat, state of the art security and home automation
“firepit stone” — msypitcher
The Shore Decor Painting & More
Recent Clients
Gambier Island new construction project completed for West Coast Turn Key Homes. Interior paint and exterior staining. JonnyMPhotography
“Glass wall” — alesjohnsaraanna
Kenneth Brown Design
3 Reviews
Vintage Home Office
Storage is key to this home office. Customized bookshelves are paired with vintage furniture pieces to create a clean modern space. By Kenneth Brown Design.
“Shelves” — clarissaeckart
Hoffman Grayson Architects LLP
7 Reviews
Historic house in Centerport
Key to making the pool feel like it was a part of this 19th century home was to integrate the new outdoor living spaces with the Porch and Family Room. The new pool deck was designed to extend right up to the foundation of the existing wrap-around Porch, which was re-supported on large boulders. Space
“Everything” — pordon
Paul Maue Associates Landscape Architects
10 Reviews
Weston Home
hill shows how dramatic the surrounding landform is while looking through the plantings on the hillside down to the pool and bluestone pool paving. A key feature of the design is the stone coping that merges seamlessly into the stone paving without a definitive edge. This required the gunite shell to
“oval pool surround” — ellis15
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