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Telluride Barn
Beams. May be too much wood creating a darker lodge feel
I like all the choices made, to keep the rustic floors, beams, ceiling, and create light walls to offset the wood. Barn doors leading to a side room with a lower ceiling look so appropriate.
“nice area - like the flow” — livefortheday
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Scott Allen Architecture
Cliff House at night from across the water
stainless steel bars as well as stainless steel cable and was fabricated and installed by U. S Sheetmetal of Tacoma, WA. The primary design concept was to create something robust but relatively transparent visually that would not require maintenance.
Couldn't we create a house and incorporate it with a pond and a pool?
“xx” — ivanalukac
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Hillside Residence Hanover NH
I am sorry, our homes are custom designs created to specifically integrate our client's programmatic requirement with their particular site. Our policy has been to not release drawings to protect
Vent creates partial wall between the two rooms. Nice.
“Countertops” — brentgrab
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Custom Architecture
Stunning ~ Love what you created here.
picks up on a darker desert palette that includes Red Dragon granite and Wingate black cabinetry. Smaller-scale elements, like the backsplash tiles, create a more intimate feel.
“The lights” — winky929
Working Nature LLC
Forest Hills modern
create a wooden entry by the driveway not practical but like
could we keep chain link so view not blocked and just create self standing "wall" along scott's property ?
“Minimal landscape” — michelh45
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Colors can be used for creating fresh areas
A chartreuse vanity becomes the main attraction in this bathroom, with blue paint on one wall creating a nice balance.
“Like” — obynray
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Kensington Apartment
Chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1968... and it looks as modern today as it did then! Aarnio was inspired by dome-shaped skyllights for his idea to create a chair this shape. He contacted a skylights manufacturer to see if it would be technically possible to blow a bubble this large... I also love that
technically possible to blow a bubble that is bigger than a hemisphere." It was, and after adding a ring around the opening and a cushion, he had created the Bubble Chair.
“Chair” — Saiful Kassim
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor Living Space
I love the different spaces it creates
Hedge to creat boundary.
“Concrete pavers set in sand” — mepoppe
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