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Dorsery Residence entryCoates Design Architects Seattle
This last example, by Coates Design Architects Seattle, illustrates how oxidized copper can be a design statement, bringing attention to one area, in this case the entrance. Even though the copper section
This last example, by Coates Design Architects Seattle, illustrates how oxidized copper can be a design statement, bringing attention to one area, in this case the entrance. Even though the copper section is much smaller than the wood and concrete, its color grabs the most attention.
Another residential addition on Cape Cod (Wellfleet) by Hammer Architects illustrates these two considerations: some predominantly solid exterior walls give way ...
Another residential addition on Cape Cod (Wellfleet) by Hammer Architects illustrates these two considerations: some predominantly solid exterior walls give way ...
Custom ArchitectureJB Architecture Group, Inc.
For this home we were hired as the Architect only. Siena Custom Builders, Inc. was the Builder. +/- 5,200 sq. ft. home (Approx. 42' x 110' Footprint) Cedar Siding - Cabot Solid Stain - Pewter Grey
the Architect only. Siena Custom Builders, Inc. was the Builder.For this home we were hired as the Architect only. Siena Custom Builders, Inc. was the Builder.For this home we were hired as the Architect only. Siena Custom Builders, Inc. was the Builder.For this home we were hired as the Architect only
hired as Architect only. The builder was Siena Construction. Sorry, but we do not have information on specific materials or product selections.
The front porch is a typical wood construction a general carpenter should be able to build a similar porch. For this home we were hired as the Architect only
Tea HousesSwatt | Miers Architects
As usual, I take my hat off for Swatt | Miers Architects, perhaps the best architecture firm in North California. If I only had 1/10th of their vision, I would still feel blessed. As usual, their work is exceptional. If you like these
Swatt | Miers ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Think bigger. Oftentimes skylights are deployed as small interventions in large spaces. This bathroom illustrates the power of thinking bolder and bigger. The skylight runs the length of the
Oftentimes skylights are deployed as small interventions in large spaces. This bathroom illustrates the power of thinking bolder and bigger. The skylight runs the length of the bathing space and a full half of its width
Think bigger. Oftentimes skylights are deployed as small interventions in large spaces. This bathroom illustrates the power of thinking bolder and bigger. The skylight runs the length of the bathing space and a full half of its width. Not only does this preclude
747 Wing HouseDavid Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
This view clearly illustrates the way the house steps down the hillside so views can be had from each level. The teardrop section at the end of each roof (where it would have
This view clearly illustrates the way the house steps down the hillside so views can be had from each level. The teardrop section at the end of each roof (where it would have connected to the plane's body) is a great touch, accentuating the thickness of the wings and how they taper to the ends.
boneyards aren’t safe from the avid scavenger’s eyes. Indeed, it was deep in the heart of the Mojave Desert, California, where Francie Rehwald and her architect, David Hertz, travelled to select a commercial plane that would be transformed into her 747 Wing House in the hills above Malibu. Five years later
Levin ResidenceIbarra Rosano Design Architects
This view of the house illustrates how it is literally lifted above the landscape at a few points to let the desert flow underneath. The site is split roughly in half by a tributary valley, which was the driving force behind the architects' decision to lift the house and separate it
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects, Tucson, AZ
This view of the house illustrates how it is literally lifted above the landscape at a few points to let the desert flow underneath. The site is split roughly in half by a tributary valley, which was the driving force behind the architects' decision to lift the house and separate it into smaller volumes
integrates a seemingly randomized lighting pattern, while it also reflects light into the space.” “Ceiling panels. These custom fabricated ceiling panels illustrate the textures that can be achieved with a CNC while enhancing acoustics and creating a beautiful light pattern in the ceiling.” “Ceiling panels with
Ceiling panels. These custom fabricated ceiling panels illustrate the textures that can be achieved with a CNC while enhancing acoustics and creating a beautiful light pattern in the ceiling.
Saratoga Residencemodern house architects
Simplicity is not only orchestrated through simple geometry as illustrated in the previous images. The architect of this home chose to express the structural elements rather than hide them within the walls and ceilings. The result is a beautiful
Simplicity is not only orchestrated through simple geometry as illustrated in the previous images. The architect of this home chose to express the structural elements rather than hide them within the walls and ceilings. The result is a beautiful rhythmic quality. Repetition with a simple expression
Caterpillar HouseFeldman Architecture, Inc.
A closer look at the cisterns illustrates that the design and placement of these objects are important. These are substantial metal cisterns (I think there may even be one more hiding behind
caterpillar house san fran water storage feldman architects
A closer look at the cisterns illustrates that the design and placement of these objects are important. These are substantial metal cisterns (I think there may even be one more hiding behind the pair) that are placed at the far end of the house, down a slight slope. The placement reduces their visual
ScraphouseJensen Architects
Contemporary. This last photo illustrates one vein of contemporary architecture: sustainability. This extreme example, a demonstration home called ScrapHouse spearheaded by Public Architecture
Contemporary. This last photo illustrates one vein of contemporary architecture: sustainability. This extreme example, a demonstration home called ScrapHouse spearheaded by Public Architecture, is completely fabricated from salvaged materials: railroad ties, street signs, shower doors, and even phone
phone books. As participating designer Jensen Architects indicate, "some materials were re-invented for their intended purpose," a consideration that makes this project as contemporary as can be. Form does not exist before the building is realized, it is driven by the atypical design palette of salvaged
Light & ClassicSutro Architects
room, done for a pair of children who love animals, features whimsical illustrations of beasts dressed in human finery and sofa pillows patterned with avian and canine silhouettes. Twin beds: Land of Nod; artwork: Berkley Illustration
Sutro Architects
Montecito VillaDylan Chappell Architects
It simply illustrates how ironwork is used to create a visual effect separate from the window itself.
1. Create Your Wish ListArchitects begin each job with a specific program. A collaboration between an architect and client, a program simply defines the wish list for a project — whether the project is a custom home from scratch or a kitchen remodel. A program includes items like size and number of rooms
in less space, promote a healthier lifestyle and are integrated with technology, and the ways architects are designing and building homes are changing too. Educating yourself on the different tools architects use and why can enable you to get the best design quickly and within your budget.
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