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Wheeler Kearns Architects
Fire Lane Retreat
Ideabooks9,881
Questions13
IdeabookEmail Photo Employ irregular spacing. Lighting on a grid is a common approach and makes good sense when even light levels are required or for working
working around framing on an interior living space. But the more whimsical approach shown here conjures movement and invokes images of a starry sky, twinkling
pattern encourages informal circulation and gathering. Take care to use this approach sparingly. In this example the regular pattern of the lighting in and on
Employ irregular spacing. Lighting on a grid is a common approach and makes good sense when even light levels are required or for working
Employ irregular spacing. Lighting on a grid is a common approach and makes good sense when even light levels are required or for working
“lights” — jprl9
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks8,485
Questions1
keep out animals. It’s named after the (amusing) moment when someone approaching the wall sees there’s a barrier. Here the wall is made of Massachusetts
keep out animals. It’s named after the (amusing) moment when someone approaching the wall sees there’s a barrier. Here the wall is made of Massachusetts
“brick wall” — chandiaf
Imbue Design
5 Reviews
Buddhist Retreat
Ideabooks1,090
Questions0
very interesting aspect of the retreat is how it is almost invisible on approach. Here is a view from the driveway, where some boulders keep cars off the
the roof of the gabion-covered volume. As the architects describe the approach: "The design grows from the site. When you arrive at the project, you are
very interesting aspect of the retreat is how it is almost invisible on approach. Here is a view from the driveway, where some boulders keep cars off the
the roof of the gabion-covered volume. As the architects describe the approach: "The design grows from the site. When you arrive at the project, you are
“peace” — Sherry Moore
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Eric Reinholdt, Architect
4 Reviews
House on the Neck
Ideabooks263
Questions1
and designers use this trick frequently to make larger homes feel more approachable. This home’s 4,500-square-foot living area feels smaller because of the
them in an H-shaped configuration have resulted in a comfortably scaled, approachable home.
and designers use this trick frequently to make larger homes feel more approachable. This home’s 418-square-metre living area feels smaller because of the
“Aspect” — fourel
Andersson-Wise Architects
Stone Creek Camp
Ideabooks262
Questions0
camp feel and privacy for their grown kids and their families. Andersson’s approach was all about creating convertible spaces that could be shut off to keep
drops to zero, but open completely in summer. This is the view when approaching the master house. Long-stem native grasses on the roof add insulation
feel and privacy for their grown-up kids and their families. Andersson’s approach was all about creating convertible spaces that could be shut off to keep
drops to zero, but open completely in summer. This is the view when approaching the main house. Long-stem native grasses on the roof add insulation, but
“Bizarre log house with rooftop meadow” — bettybartos
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks9,445
Questions8
this simple approach is in keeping with the overall planting theme of the home.
Boldly embrace your hardscape. At times a bolder approach is the best
best approach. Here the designer has embraced the use of hardscaping by creating and wrapping planter boxes in the hardscape. The effective use of plant material
material helps to soften and balance this front yard. If this approach is too austere for you, consider softening the edges of the planters with a creeping
“stone ingravel” — misterdirt
Fullmer's Landscaping, Inc
The Angled Approach
Ideabooks826
Questions2
clear path to gate, directed approach
The Angled Approach
“Gate” — llbullock
Linden L.A.N.D. Group
6 Reviews
Burlington Retreat
Ideabooks3,525
Questions2
the approach to the house
“like plants up against fence” — genamarie100
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