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Cindy Abramovitz, Allied ASID
Living Room
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Fab upholstery. Combines to create an awesome look.
“Stacked art” — rarv50
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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Historic on the outside, modern on the inside. Part past, part present. The clients wanted to preserve the historic façade while creating a modern interior to suit their tastes, necessitating a reconfiguration of the entire interior. A new screened porch with large skylights expands the living spaces
“porch, brick” — Kelly May
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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of separation from nearby homes. The house, it's prominent roofs, and porches allude to traditional house forms of the region, while details were created with an eye toward clean, contemporary lines throughout. Photo: Scott Smith
“Stone counters. Floors” — Andrea Toupin
Second Nature Design
Horizon Pathway with Custom Sculpted Sentries
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The diagonal line of this path that leads to the door creates illusions of greater space and something beyond. Photo by Ken Gutman
“Bottles” — atl1950
Kitchen Choreography
7 Reviews
Traditional Charm
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Can you tell me the base color of the island cabinets? It creates a kitchen full of warmth and personality!
“Has the different colored island” — amihartsfield
Aman Architecture LLC
Apartment 1
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The light and openness the white furniture creates
“white” — lunalegend
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
The Line House
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The steep site on which this residence is located dictated the use of a retaining wall to create a level grade. This retaining wall, or “the line”, became the driving element behind the parti of the home and serves to organize the program for the clients. The rituals of daily life fall into place along
“rocks” — littletreeme
Mary Courville Designs
1 Review
Loft Condo on the Water
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kitchen. The tiles above the sink are irredescent glass in a pyramid shape. I put the tiles on the vertical rather than the typical horizontal. This creates a waterfall effect. The tall cabinets house pantry items and cleverly conceal the coffee maker and toaster on slide out shelves. The Subzero refrigerator
“backsplash” — 33333
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