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Echelon Custom Homes
Built in 2009, the 5,600 square-foot home is located in an exclusive community nestled in between a canal and the Atlantic Ocean. The house is located on the the same site as the homeowners' previous beach house, which was torn down. The Baltimore-based couple wanted a new home large enough to accommodate
The house gives nothing away from the outside, other than an air of exclusivity and cutting-edge style.
Nicole Benveniste Interior Design
that got the largest waves in continuous, perfect lines were the best pick, and Turkish elders received these as a sign of respect. Ankara was the exclusive exporter of mohair cloth to Europe until the 1800s.
6. Timber-Frame Home, Canada Last, for those who might bewail my almost exclusive use of modern architecture, is this beautiful home. Too often homes of a more traditional style are merely a facade, with the interior ordinary at best, and the promises of the exterior are unkept.Thankfully, that is not
ANX / Aaron Neubert Architects
replicating the line width, patterns and spacing. Latner’s family bought the copyright to this piece after seeing it in a gallery exhibit and have exclusive rights to re-create it in private. If Latner ever moves, he’ll paint over it and re-create it somewhere else.A Sol LeWitt retrospective is on view
My Houzz: Light and Serenity Fill an 1890 Home
The stones from the main living area were salvaged and repurposed in the basement flooring. A hallway leads to a small kitchen used exclusively for the Passover holiday; the space doubles as a laundry room the rest of the year. There is also a guest bedroom, a bathroom and a workout area with a treadmill
Future Green Studio
would continue to manage the roof, working with the staff to replace seasonal vegetables.Seiter acknowledges that while Pool Farm is upscale and exclusive and may contribute to the restaurant's buzz more than anything, it also can inspire ideas for edible gardening in cities and suburbs everywhere.
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
you see on Houzz? The 9th annual San Francisco Living: Home Tours series by the S.F. chapter of the American Institute of Architects provides an exclusive chance to marvel at cutting-edge residential projects in the city and a little farther north in Marin. As part of a public program that takes place
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