16,789 drawing Home Design Photos

Union Square LoftPaul Cha Architect
two-dimensional drawings, there are many conventions on how plans, sections and elevations are interpreted. Your project revolves around translating the 2-D drawing to 3-D construction using wood studs, insulation and other materials. There can be misinterpretations of these drawings, which gives rise
using two-dimensional drawings, there are many conventions on how plans, sections and elevations are interpreted. Your project revolves around translating the 2D drawing to 3D construction using studs, insulation and other materials. There can be misinterpretations of these drawings, which gives rise to
confusion about how building elements go together. Especially if the drawings show something that the contractor might not be familiar with. Or if the contractor is busy and hasn’t had the time to really look at certain parts of the drawings, critical elements of the details can be overlooked. A designer
Skaneateles Lake HouseThom Filicia Inc.
taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces.
11. They make a ceiling look taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making
Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces.
They make a ceiling look taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye
look taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces.
Black ceiling draws attention to view
to draw attention to a view. also paint window pain slats
black ceiling and window casings draw your view out
for us, but the black ceiling drawing attention to the view is nice. Bench window is great.
Black Ceiling -To draw attention to a view. Sure, this
the black ceiling helps draw attention to a particular view.
this view would be beautiful even if the ceiling were white. But notice how the black surface draws your eyes toward the vista
space from another within an open floor plan. A black ceiling can do the trick, without the hassle of room dividers or area rugs. - draws attention to a view. black surface draws your eyes toward the vista. - can emphasize trim - adds drama inexpensively
CLEAN TRADITIONALTY LARKINS INTERIORS
French model, and topped the headboard with a quartet of dog drawings by Valerie Davide. The secretary is from Hickory Chair; the seductively low-slung spoon chair is a reproduction available from Ty Larkins Interiors
Lauren can also draw our dogs like this
way to warm up a space,” says Larkins. The designer based the bed’s design on an old French model, and topped the headboard with a quartet of dog drawings by Valerie Davide. The secretary is from Hickory Chair; the seductively low-slung spoon chair is a reproduction available from Ty Larkins Interiors
WembleyInspire Your Space
the 'secret' draw within a draw is that you're maximising the space you have available whilst still creating a simple look from the front. The draw fronts are all the same size but the draw shown has a cutlery divider in the bottom and then a second one located in the secret draw. The draw below this
high. The small secret draw inside is the same depth & width but only 70mm high.
this one is just one deep draw for pots. From an aesthetic point of view though, the kitchen draws look seamless. Very practical though.
@Jim Boulden - this particular draw organiser is made by Effeti, an Italian kitchen manufacturer. If you're located in Perth, Western Australia, you can source it through me. If you are located elsewhere in the
Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows suggest a welcoming home.
embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry.
embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry
Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows
SEE LIGHTS IN THE CORNERS Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc. Save Email Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows suggest a welcoming home. Designers
Arts District LoftCaitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
the integration of 2D CAD for certain drawing tasksPlug-ins may be required to achieve optimal drawing outputWhile the up-front input time is greater, the model, the net result, is an infinitely more adaptable databank of raw information to pull your drawing set (and schedules) from.Small firms may be insulated
and landscapeLess time on tedious drawing tasks equals more design time for youCan be a competitive advantage in certain environments, especially those requiring BIM as a deliverableDisadvantages of BIM:Higher costHigher up-front investment in both learning and drawing/modelingStill often requires the
Philadelphia Penthouse ApartmentGroundswell Design Group, LLC
associated with it.Your drawing set is essentially extracted from the model by viewing it from different vantage points (a plan view, section or elevation). The real power is evidenced when you make changes. For example, when you move a window in the model, any of the drawing sheets (views) you’ve created
automatically. So too will the plans and sections, which can reduce your coordination and drawing time significantly. There’s a fundamental difference between modeling the building and creating static 2D drawings to represent it.
By contrast, with BIM, you’re drawing the actual walls, roofs, columns and other building components that contribute to the creation of a model and a true three-dimensional representation
Rugged RetreatLiquidscapes
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in
Tell a Story With Design for a More Meaningful Home (4 / 8) Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
Keyes St, AshburtonBubbles Bathrooms
Draws that pull out all the way
Need draws that can pull out the whole way, for maximum use
draws that slide completely out to access back
draw next to stove...pullout draw
Newport Beach ProjectCaitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
and credenza here are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping color on the wall above.
With the wall painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza here are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture
painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza are less noticeable. Draw the eye up by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye=popping color on the wall above.
Interesting - TV blends in against a darker wall. White object above draws eye away from TV
are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping color on the wall above.
5. Distract from the TV (Take 1). With the wall painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza here are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging
Sweeney Lake HouseCHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
Not all architectural details are reflected in drawings. Architects can also specify plumbing fixtures, expected quality levels, finishes, electrical fixtures and other related information that’s communicated in drawings or in specifications written for the contractors working on the project. If the
Not all architectural details are reflected in drawings. Architects can also specify plumbing fixtures, expected quality levels, finishes, electrical fixtures and other related information that’s communicated in drawings or in specifications written for the contractors working on the
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™