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Maximilian Huxley Construction
Vineyard
Ideabooks40
Questions0
upstairs 2nd bedroom? replace crappy bifold doors w/ these.
“house storage room” — Clint Pilgrim
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Hall House
Ideabooks2
Questions0
addition to the typical living spaces, the program called for a five-car garage, children’s and guest bedroom area, a home theater, and a private master suite containing owner’s study. Organization of these requirements on the site resulted in development of a plan of two pavilions. The main pavilion
the first level, with the owner’s private spaces above. This two-story pavilion is joined at a right angle to the single story children and guest bedroom pavilion. The entry foyer occurs at the intersection of the two pavilions and is a dramatic two-story space with a connecting bridge above. The “street”
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Hall House
Ideabooks4
Questions0
addition to the typical living spaces, the program called for a five-car garage, children’s and guest bedroom area, a home theater, and a private master suite containing owner’s study. Organization of these requirements on the site resulted in development of a plan of two pavilions. The main pavilion
the first level, with the owner’s private spaces above. This two-story pavilion is joined at a right angle to the single story children and guest bedroom pavilion. The entry foyer occurs at the intersection of the two pavilions and is a dramatic two-story space with a connecting bridge above. The “street”
“Patio” — maryamossadat
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Hall House
Ideabooks5
Questions0
addition to the typical living spaces, the program called for a five-car garage, children’s and guest bedroom area, a home theater, and a private master suite containing owner’s study. Organization of these requirements on the site resulted in development of a plan of two pavilions. The main pavilion
the first level, with the owner’s private spaces above. This two-story pavilion is joined at a right angle to the single story children and guest bedroom pavilion. The entry foyer occurs at the intersection of the two pavilions and is a dramatic two-story space with a connecting bridge above. The “street”
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Hall House
Ideabooks22
Questions0
addition to the typical living spaces, the program called for a five-car garage, children’s and guest bedroom area, a home theater, and a private master suite containing owner’s study. Organization of these requirements on the site resulted in development of a plan of two pavilions. The main pavilion
the first level, with the owner’s private spaces above. This two-story pavilion is joined at a right angle to the single story children and guest bedroom pavilion. The entry foyer occurs at the intersection of the two pavilions and is a dramatic two-story space with a connecting bridge above. The “street”
“Outside stairs” — englewoodpam
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Hall House
Ideabooks4
Questions0
addition to the typical living spaces, the program called for a five-car garage, children’s and guest bedroom area, a home theater, and a private master suite containing owner’s study. Organization of these requirements on the site resulted in development of a plan of two pavilions. The main pavilion
the first level, with the owner’s private spaces above. This two-story pavilion is joined at a right angle to the single story children and guest bedroom pavilion. The entry foyer occurs at the intersection of the two pavilions and is a dramatic two-story space with a connecting bridge above. The “street”
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Hall House
Ideabooks4
Questions0
addition to the typical living spaces, the program called for a five-car garage, children’s and guest bedroom area, a home theater, and a private master suite containing owner’s study. Organization of these requirements on the site resulted in development of a plan of two pavilions. The main pavilion
the first level, with the owner’s private spaces above. This two-story pavilion is joined at a right angle to the single story children and guest bedroom pavilion. The entry foyer occurs at the intersection of the two pavilions and is a dramatic two-story space with a connecting bridge above. The “street”
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Hall House
Ideabooks0
Questions0
addition to the typical living spaces, the program called for a five-car garage, children’s and guest bedroom area, a home theater, and a private master suite containing owner’s study. Organization of these requirements on the site resulted in development of a plan of two pavilions. The main pavilion
the first level, with the owner’s private spaces above. This two-story pavilion is joined at a right angle to the single story children and guest bedroom pavilion. The entry foyer occurs at the intersection of the two pavilions and is a dramatic two-story space with a connecting bridge above. The “street”
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