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Horst Architects
4 Reviews
Gustafson and Moore
Ideabooks279
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contemporary architecture
contemporary laguna beach architecture
modern architecture...nice architecture
“This represents the idea for the reading room overlooking the pool and yard, which hangs only 1/2 fl” — driscollh
Boor Bridges Architecture
Biddle Residence
Ideabooks318
Questions0
We share a love for the poetry of architecture and its relationship to natural landscapes with the enthusiastic family of four for whom we designed this ground-up, peace-infused southern California residence. Every room in the house enjoys natural light and ventilation, many of which utilize skylights
planes. Location: Irvine, CA Size: 3,000 SF Completion: Fall 2011 Contractor: Mike Mckay Construction Photography: Bruce Damonte and Boor Bridges Architecture
“Garage doors” — settell
Scott Edwards Architecture
West Hills Remodel
Ideabooks224
Questions1
contemporary architecture
sustainable architecture
Scott Edwards Architecture
Modern Architecture
“lighting under the eves, but spaced further apart” — Vicki
CCS ARCHITECTURE
5 Reviews
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks153
Questions3
modern architecture
residential architecture
CCS ARCHITECTURE
“charlesstreet, second bedroom idea?” — delwynmaxwell
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Magnolia Gardens
Ideabooks363
Questions1
Northwest Home + Garden Magazine (Nov./Dec. 2006) listed Rhodes Architecture + Light as "One of the Top Regional Architects." This residence was developed by Highland Development and resulted from the collaboration of Rhodes Architecture + Light, the professional lighting design of LightWire, PAO Structural
- Project Size: 3,595 SF - Project Cost: $229/SF - Photographer: Michael Shopenn Magnolia Gardens is a new modern residence designed by Rhodes Architecture + Light for a site in this northwest Seattle neighborhood. The design utilized the foundations of an existing house built in 1954. Any comparison
“TV room comfy though” — pkthayu
Kathleen Bost Architecture + Design
Palo Alto remodel
Ideabooks502
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ceiling. “It’s a small room, so we decided to open it up by allowing the ceiling to follow the swooping lines of the roof,” says Bost. With that bold architectural move and the simple addition of a large mirror behind the table, the once-diminutive space now lives large.
s a small room, so we decided to open it up by allowing the ceiling to follow the swooping lines of the roof,” says Bost. With that bold architectural move and the simple addition of a large mirror behind the table, the once-diminutive space now lives large. Molly Dining Table: Oly; chairs: Zelia
ceiling. “It’s a small room, so we decided to open it up by allowing the ceiling to follow the swooping lines of the roof,” says Bost. With that bold architectural move and the simple addition of a large mirror behind the table, the once-diminutive space now lives large.Molly Dining Table: Oly; chairs: Zelia
“Seats” — mudhan
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Modern is Modern Again in Portola Valley
Ideabooks528
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massing and proportions. We also created a new master suite upstairs and remodeled the existing powder room. Architecture by Mark Brand Architecture. Interior Design by Mark Brand Architecture in collaboration with Applegate Tran Interiors. Lighting design by Luminae Souter. Photos by Christopher Stark
“pk” — oscarefrain
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Forest House
Ideabooks465
Questions0
Only saving for the Architecture firm name since it appears they are in the DC Metro
architecture - house (back)
markedly modern by contrast to the area's houses, which, according to Loosle-Ortega, are "large, traditional McMansions."Browse more regional modern architecture
KUBE architecture
“Another view of exterior windows” — judywomack
OLLD 2/6
Morning everyone! Creeser, I hope you're feeling tons better! I checked with R re: insulation, he says it's pink and the kind you roll out, not all...
My new cabin
The pictures are of the model before construction. The others are where I'm at so far. It was intended to be a contemporary version of the Craftsman style....
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