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Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
treehouse
Ideabooks76
Questions0
and bathrooms allow for opportunities to feel out-of -doors while preparing, cooking, dining, and bathing. Smart passive strategies guide the environmental choices for this project, including envelope improvements, updated mechanical systems, and on-site stormwater management.
systems, and extend the sense of living out of doors in all seasons. The original sixties-modern character is preserved and the renovation extends the design forward into a contemporary, modern approach. Connections to and through the site are enhanced through the creation of new larger window and door openings
“entrance” — aliffanwar
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks1,808
Questions3
The Home OfficeThese homes are large enough to incorporate a home office. Split number two's is connected to the outdoors for when the deskbound need a breath of fresh air.
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japanese house design
japanese modern house design
green design...Home office
“Wood paneling on ceiling” — henriete
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks5,756
Questions9
The goal of this project was to build a house that would be energy efficient using materials that were both economical and environmentally conscious. Due to the extremely cold winter weather conditions in the Catskills, insulating the house was a primary concern. The main structure of the house is
from outside without loosing heat and circulates the air within the house to move warmer air down from the second floor. Other green materials in the home include reclaimed barn wood used for the floor and ceiling of the second floor, reclaimed wood stairs and bathroom vanity, and an on-demand hot water/boiler
Looking for western type kid friendly bean bag chairs
exposed beams. simple design. salvaged wood, stove
“Must have beanbags” — ahrro
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks3,555
Questions5
The wall tile in the shower is porcelain tile, through-body and with rectified edge. The floor is by Buffalo Stone. http://www.buffalostone.com/home/home.html. For more discussions on the floor tile, see the discussions on this image: http://www.houzz.com/photos/378901/fifties-split-modern-bathr
Floor is tile!Think it COULD be good in kitchen? The floor is by Buffalo Stone. http://www.buffalostone.com/home/home.html.
“Vanity and shower tile” — lfecko
Boehm Architecture
6 Reviews
Cape Cod House
Ideabooks3,338
Questions4
This environmentally sustainable second home draws upon local vernacular architecture of Cape Cod houses and the casual beach shack, while retaining vestiges of the previous house. It is composed of three volumes: bedroom wing, indoor living space, and outdoor living area. The windswept landscape, s
I like this for design for the living room fireplace but put the log holder on the left . . .
“like look of stonework” — yvonnecanada
2fORM Architecture
3 Reviews
Fox Hollow Residence
Ideabooks708
Questions0
resulting smaller-scale structures reduce the environmental impact of the home on the site. Simple shed roof forms open to the south, providing both a breathtaking view of the Willamette Valley and the optimal solar orientation for passive heating. The home is also passively cooled through use of ceiling
windows, and vents that draw cool air from the earth-bermed basement below. The Fox Hollow Residence demonstrates that architecture can be both environmentally friendly and beautiful. The craftsmanship and richness of materials draws from a Pacific Northwest vernacular through use of natural cedar shingles
This design of the Fox Hollow Residence breaks down the scale and the conventional notion of an upscale home by separating the primary functions of the house into a series of linked pods that dance playfully along the sloped terrain. This simple gesture gives a distinct character and function to each
“Wood overhang” — jvannoyruiz
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
treehouse
Ideabooks127
Questions0
and bathrooms allow for opportunities to feel out-of -doors while preparing, cooking, dining, and bathing. Smart passive strategies guide the environmental choices for this project, including envelope improvements, updated mechanical systems, and on-site stormwater management.
systems, and extend the sense of living out of doors in all seasons. The original sixties-modern character is preserved and the renovation extends the design forward into a contemporary, modern approach. Connections to and through the site are enhanced through the creation of new larger window and door openings
“Railing, expanded metal” — Lisa Whiteley
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
treehouse
Ideabooks194
Questions0
and bathrooms allow for opportunities to feel out-of -doors while preparing, cooking, dining, and bathing. Smart passive strategies guide the environmental choices for this project, including envelope improvements, updated mechanical systems, and on-site stormwater management.
systems, and extend the sense of living out of doors in all seasons. The original sixties-modern character is preserved and the renovation extends the design forward into a contemporary, modern approach. Connections to and through the site are enhanced through the creation of new larger window and door openings
“Railing” — floralee
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