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Malcolm Davis Architecture
build-out, the major design challenge is to create a sense of shelter and privacy amid an expansive meadow and between neighboring houses. A T-shaped floor
Little fenced- in outdoor garden to bring in natural lighting and total privacy.
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
horizontal rails complements the angular roof of the house and provides privacy along one edge of the property. Excess water drains into a bed of rounded
Simpson Design Group Architects
The greenness and secluded garden, privacy
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
curtains or screens are one solution, but design that takes into account privacy is important, so glass walls face onto exteriors only where prying eyes
Richard Leggin Architects
Arts and Crafts
folds open from middle like shutters into hallway and can be closed for privacy at night.
Ornamental grasses and sweet potato vines - great for 'some' privacy on the deck from Kendalls
Margaret Carter Interiors
Like the cozy lighting the the shade/option for privacy