184,195 chrysler building Home Design Photos

John Hill
Skyhouse - David Hotson Architect
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last detail is an aperture within the shower next to the sink in the previous photo. One can take a shower and look at a distant view of the Chrysler Building (given the photo, you'll have to trust me on that). This view is through an opening in the wall aligned with the dormer by the seating area above
Hotson shaped the spaces on the interior based on external factors (light, views) as well as the needs of each space. Views like the one of the Chrysler Building in the shower orient people to the city even from deep within the floor plan. Walls are not solid; they are punctured and pleated to create i
“More sculpture than home- and unique!” — plantlady123
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
front door view to stair
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history. After you watch it, you may start to see touches of the era's influence everywhere you look, from a sunburst mirror to the spire of the Chrysler Building.More:Secret Passages and Hidden SpotsRoll Out the Cocktail Cart and CelebrateHouzz Tour: Tudor Grove
“entry door 2” — scavanger72
Robert Granoff
7 Reviews
living room / office
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chrysler building
The Chrysler building view!
“Black frame in rooms” — leslieinhouston
Sundays Design
Royal Norwegian Consulate General NYC
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chrysler building
“Greenwall” — mrbjml
Interior Styles, Inc.
1 Review
Contemporary condo Entry
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Copy of Chrysler Building elevator doors
I would love to build this
Chrysler building doors
“Faux door” — Veronica Carlson
John Hill
Skyhouse - David Hotson Architect
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vertical space of the living room. A glass floor lets us look down to that level, while the arched dormer window (third photo) looks toward the Chrysler Building.
vertical space of the living room. A glass floor lets us look down to that level, while the arched dormer window (third photo) looks toward the Chrysler Building.
“#3” — bookprincess
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
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be the point of this photo, but I'm drawn to the midtown Manhattan skyline. Very few people can boast of views of both the Chrysler Building (left) and the Empire State Building (right). Why block that view with flowers?
“Bello” — Group FORT E
Papazian R.A.
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
Ideabooks1,394
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finish out the back of our home, which until now, was used as a garage/workshop. I want to maximize light by placing as many windows in the end of our building as possible. If it could fit the curvature at the top, that would be perfect!
wild! has an almost chrysler building feel
reminds me of Louis Sullivan building
“awesome” — npaulman
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