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Kipnis Architecture + Planning
19 Reviews
Chicago Net Positive Luxury Home
Given the efficient size of the home, the first floor is wide open. The traditional living room was eliminated leaving a dining room at the front, kitchen literally in the center of the space, and family room at the rear. Natural daylight floods in from the large front and back windows, along with
“Barstools!” — jwinter
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Logan Residence
museum, and second a personal winter residence. Their art is one of the top contemporary collections in the world, and the goal was to make the architecture an equally significant addition. After several studies, it was mutually decided the program would be about multiple galleries, each with a different
between the metals to minimize this action. This home is also in Arizona where there is less concern about moisture bridging the barrier. For more information about copper and Galvanic Action, I suggest; http://www.copper.org/applications/architecture/arch_dhb/technical-discussion/fundamentals/arch_
The copper siding on this home is beautiful now and will change as it is exposed to the elements. Essentially the home, like the landscape around it, will change as it matures.
“Bad ass!!!” — Bradley Parsonson
Pause Architecture + Interiors
Boilers Loft
Love the table, reminds me of idea, maybe with the glass of the world or paris design on it instead.
home office Alex Lukey Photography
Pause Architecture + Interiors
Perfect home office
“Studio” — danyorde
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
6 Reviews
Stone Cottage Renovation
& Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
perfect for country home
Simple pool design...I'm home
“pool fence and landscaping” — lpmarcy
Natural Balance Home Builders
9 Reviews
Custom Renovation
I love the modern architecture with the traditional and antique decor
Juxtaposition of antiques with modern architecture
Natural Balance Home BuildersSave to IdeabookEmail PhotoPrint Photo Similarly, this petite console and chairs would feel too timid against a big, blank stretch of wall.
Modern design (especially stairs) with transitional decor
“Modern design (especially stairs) with transitional decor” — izso
Geschke Group Architecture
2 Reviews
Texas Southern Living Showcase Home
Doorway beam, and the simple way door way is trimmed out. Newer looking beams and posts. This home has a similar layout but reversed.
Texas Southern Living Showcase Home
Geschke Group Architecture
Fireplace design
“Ubav bel” — iskras
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
color scheme and seemingly open design
shipping container home
Container home ideas
Quezada Architecture
exterior of home
“color scheme and seemingly open design” — mtaezap
Steven Gambrel Time and Place
Steven Gambrel applied scored beeswax to the walls of a library. This creates beautilful texture and color. Please share the process to do this for our home Thank you
be a case where I'd recommend a textured wallcovering or getting a faux finish artist to imitate it. This is beautiful looking but was it for a show-home for a shocking effect? Do people actually live with bees' wax on their walls? Gosh, the things I don't know...
Too much for current home but I love this chunky woodwork on steroids!
only lends the room an architectural gravitas, it also accentuates the height of the ceiling.
Guide your design choices by picking a feel for the room: This library evokes warmth and comfort as a counterpoint to the marble-clad entryway preceding it. Gambrel achieves this with walls clad in scored beeswax and lined with cerused oak, and soft orange accents.Tip: Prominent crown molding not only
“Love the mixed patterns” — gatorbatorsmom
Contemporary Pull is getting ready for our debut at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show in March in New York. Hope you are attending! This week we...
Hello everyone, I am so afraid of making a mistake in my kitchen remodel. I have an open basement staircase (half wall on one side, kitchen on the other)....
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