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Architect: Amy Gardner Gardner/Mohr Architects ...
house. I photographed it. Please refer to Gardner/Mohr Architects.
This is not my house. I photographed it. Please refer to Gardner/Mohr Architects.
t wall panel by Kalwall. Thanks for the question, Gardner Mohr Architects LLC.
Thanks for the kind words. Jim (Tetro) is the photographer who posted the photo, and I (Amy Gardner, Gardner Mohr Architects) am the architect. Check out our profile page on Houzz!
I am the photographer, not the architect, please be in touch with Amy Gardner at Garner/Mohr Architects.com
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Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
Heather Garrett Design
For an advertising Creative Director team, creating an inspiring interior from their eclectic tastes and furnishings was a playful collaboration with HGID. The results are sophisticated and clean, with touches of soft modernity.
Jim Denno Design
Nautical Beach home
White on white with a red gambrel.....I guess I can see it. Looks like a house where they advertise the republican candidates with signs in the front yard.
Barcode House, MVRDV
which "sees the single-family home as the worst-case scenario of urban development," as the book notes) is for a couple who sold their successful advertising company in 2004 to spend more time with their "patchwork family of seven," as the book describes it. Aiming for a place with a balance of urban feel
Aaron Laux Design
Seaweed Hall Table, KW2 Advertising, Madison WI
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Bold dramatic statements
In the entry hall, we covered one wall with framed advertisements from decades of the client's print ads and we created a dramatic focal point and “destination” at the end of the hall with the Fernando Botero nun painting, preceded by two Persian paintings on easels.