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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks5,994
Questions4
The Lake Forest Park Renovation is a top-to-bottom renovation of a 50's Northwest Contemporary house located 25 miles north of Seattle.
wish I could afford to consult w/you on an upcoming kitchen + great room renovation on my 'rustic' (read: shabby) mid-c. modern home in Lake Forest Park, which, to offer a slight correction to your photo captions, is (thankfully) less than half the mileage that you state to downtown Seattle. Everything
Got it. Both have a number of home's on Chicago's North Shore, which includes a different Lake Forest.
Hi, Thanks for your question about our Lake Forest Park Renovation. The original architect was not either Keck and Keck or Edward Dart. Both of those
primarily in the Chicago area. This house is located about 25 miles north of Seattle, and it was originally designed by a local architect in the 1950's.
“roofline” — crowberryco
Intexure Architects
6 Reviews
Intexure Live-Work Studio
Ideabooks3,494
Questions6
esp. the gravel area for extra parking
DG driveway with parking clearly marked
The architects described it to me: "We were required by code to have a garage to meet our parking requirements — we have a business occupancy downstairs and residential occupancy above — but we actually don’t park in the garage. Instead we use it as a woodshop/model-making zone and staging for our construction
The building's long facade faces an inner court with parking, a requirement not only for Houston but for having a business in the building. The garage is visible on the right; this may be the farthest from the street, but it helps to create more pleasant street frontages (without hulking garage doors)
adjacent walls, so it also can be opened as a covered area for outdoor events, which we like to have in the gravel area when we move the cars away — parking by day and gathering space during nonwork hours."
“Escalera” — jeancarlofg
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks7,166
Questions9
The Lake Forest Park Renovation is a top-to-bottom renovation of a 50's Northwest Contemporary house located 25 miles north of Seattle.
Hi, Thanks for your question about the kitchen backsplash at our Lake Forest Park project. The counters are Silestone and the backsplash is a stone mosaic from Ann Sacks called Selvaggio. See this link: http://www.houzz.com/photos/1579025/Lake-Forest-Park-Ren
kind words about our Lake Forest Park project !
Hi, I do not have the specific figures for the Lake Forest Park house with me, but I can give
Hi, Thanks for your question about the interior wall with weathered steel panels at our Lake Forest Park project. The steel panels were roughly 10" high and varied in length. Some panels were flat and some panels were "L" shaped since the wall steps in
“terrazzo color” — dserim
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks3,368
Questions7
The Lake Forest Park Renovation is a top-to-bottom renovation of a 50's Northwest Contemporary house located 25 miles north of Seattle.
town. I designed the blackened steel brackets at the Lake Forest Park kitchen, and they were fabricated by a metal shop in Seattle. So, they are unfortunately not available for purchase. http://www.houzz.com/photos/1579023/Lake-Forest-Park-Renovation-midcentury-kitchen-seattle
Hi, Thanks for your question about the counters at our Lake Forest Park project. The work counters are Silestone Amazon Grey. This is a very subtle color and under certain light conditions, it can take on different hues
Hi, Thanks for your question about our Lake Forest Park project. I also appreciate your kind words about my work! The pendant lights above the kitchen island are Kane pendants by Bruck Lighting. They are
“Silestone” — aljameela
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
E. 8th Street House
Ideabooks3,922
Questions7
artist, this house takes inspiration from the owner’s love of cubist art. The program includes an upper level studio with ample north light, access to outdoor decks to the north and south, which offer panoramic views of East Austin. A gallery is housed on the main floor. A cool, monochromatic palette and
Gives a good view for a car/vehicle parking
cubic house w/ open car park
“Cool modern home!!” — Spiridoula O'Regan
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Easton Kitchen
Ideabooks9,156
Questions6
Install wine racks and shelf for wine glasses in place of glass blocks of 1088'Ashwood
great for dining north wall
“Appliances” — jmaner58
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
1 Review
Park Hill House
Ideabooks1,194
Questions2
Foursquare Park Hill House, 2300 sq ft, 4 br. 2.5 baths, built early 1900's
Park Hill House by Gary Brewer Architect 1
A renovation of a 1906 American Foursquare house in the Park Hill neighborhood of Yonkers, NY.
The home sits on a rise in the Park Hill neighborhood of Yonkers. It’s a true American foursquare. Sitting up on the hill with its symmetrical facade and boxy good looks, it communicates
The home sits on a rise in the Park Hill neighborhood of Yonkers. It’s a true American foursquare. Sitting up on the hill with its symmetrical facade and boxy good looks, it communicates strength and solidity. The clay tile roof, front porch etc. were there when Brewer bought the house in 1998. But
“second floor porch” — ezrumiju1234
Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks1,238
Questions0
black wood with blonde wood at the entrance is a nice touch! Like that very much. note the treatment for the car park, possibly cheaper than pouring a heap of concrete. maybe more cost effective for us? Note: windows on the underside of the roof line. HMMM. interesting
An initial design of poured-in-place concrete met resistance from the board of the planning community where the house is located. Even though the north side of the house is hidden on approach due to the trees and topography, the community shies away from “bright” materials like concrete. The dark wood
his clients. An initial design of poured concrete met resistance from the board of the planning community where the house is located. Even though the north side of the house is hidden on approach due to the trees and topography, the community shies away from ‘bright’ materials like concrete. The dark wood
“exterior windows” — rrb624
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