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Wheeler Kearns Architects
Fire Lane Retreat
Ideabooks8,813
Questions13
Kearns Architects Save to Ideabook Email 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 around framing on an interior living space. But the more whimsical approach shown here conjures movement and invokes
“exterior” — dorrni
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects and Town Planners
Purdum Residence
Ideabooks2,093
Questions1
Smith design. Please feel free to contact our office for more information (813-273-0034). We look forward to hearing from you!
Smith Architects and Town Planners
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Smith Architects Purdum residence
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“Rn2” — sopacompi
Boomgaarden Architects
10 Reviews
Winnetka Avenue
Ideabooks1,378
Questions4
arden Architects, Joyce Bruce & Sterling Wilson Interiors
how an architect, interior designer (or an Owner with a good eye) can transform a room. These pieces are a blend of flea market purchases, high end furniture design showrooms, family heirloom pieces, and Saturday morning garage sale treasure hunts. Each item has it's own history and lends it to the overall
“LR colour” — jansmales
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Modern Meets Traditional - Pacific Heigts
Ideabooks10,471
Questions11
e and design services. We look forward to hearing from you!
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hiring an architect or contractor to see if this is possible in your space.
Sutro Architects
“library” — awoolrich
SKD Architects
7 Reviews
Cantera Elegance
Ideabooks17,935
Questions12
finishes. Architect: SKD Architects, Steve Kleineman Builder: MS&I Building company Interior Designer: Nancy Langton Photographer: Jill Greer Photography
interior designer, who is now retired. The owner does not know, but we will try to get some information for you.
SKD Architects
“Love this” — jonesz
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
Ideabooks6,875
Questions2
Design Principle: Rhythm is the continous repetition of elements as if it was copied for example, gems on a chain. In this photo, rhythm is shown by the wooden planks on the the hallway and the metal bars on the top of the hallway showing rhythm until the end of the fence.
Here the architect beautifully orchestrated several materials into a lyrical composition.
Here the architect beautifully orchestrated several materials into a lyrical composition.
“nice fence” — msmuff74
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Bowman Outdoor Living
Ideabooks7,702
Questions8
owner-Architect collaboration was unique for this project in that the client was also the builder with a keen desire to incorporate LEED-centric principles to the design process. The original home on the lot was deconstructed piece by piece, with 95% of the materials either reused or reclaimed. The home
home is designed around the existing trees with the challenge of expanding the views, yet creating privacy from the street. The plan pivots around a central open living core that opens to the more private south corner of the lot. The glazing is maximized but restrained to control heat gain. The residence
“All less color of rattan” — mkbeck80
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks21,241
Questions12
love this design. How did you determine the height on the wall to place the fireplace. I would like to put some stools/bench seating in front of fireplace but I am unsure of how high to put the firebox. My ceiling is two storie, framed by windows on both size.
emailed architect. She stated it was cold rolled steel. They patina'd the metal.
lines in design draw the eye more towards the texture/quality of the materials used. i.e. the plush grey covering of the ottomans
look. Design idea: Applying texture to this common material during fabrication ensures a unique visual depth.
“Flat Steel Fireplace, add tv above. Shelves would flank either side.” — Michelle Dirkse Interior Design, LLC
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