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Jonathan Miller Architects
French Colonial Residence
Ideabooks2,530
Questions4
“I like the idea of an outdoor covered staircase between porches.” — lsweet123
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1 Review
Mid-Century Modern Home
Ideabooks2,140
Questions0
1950’s mid century modern hillside home. full restoration | addition | modernization. board formed concrete | clear wood finishes | mid-mod style.
“Garden” — franlae
Arcadia Studio
The Monastery
Ideabooks502
Questions0
“Steps” — jeasey
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks1,541
Questions2
Planters on hillside
“grass in between” — Burdge & Associates Architects
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
The Wave House
Ideabooks4,825
Questions6
allows the homeowner to remain in their home for much longer, what the industry calls 'aging in place'. In this case, the home is situated on a steep, hillside lot - with a garage on the bottom level, and the elevator leading up to the other 3 floors. In this seaside home called the Wave House, the floors
“Wine cabinet” — namratag1980
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Lafayette, CA
Front Exterio
Ideabooks2,060
Questions2
“cedar color garage to match railings?” — suzannehs
Winder Gibson Architects
Buena Vista House Bathroom
Ideabooks3,617
Questions5
This new hillside home above the Castro in San Francisco was designed to act as a filter from the peaceful tress-lined street through to the panoramic view of the city and bay. A carefully developed rhythm structures the building, directing the visitor through the home with mounting drama. Each room
“interesting urinal” — roslynpearson
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks1,252
Questions2
elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced
“Windows” — amanda07
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