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Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Anderson Gardens
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- Completed: Phase I- 2001, Phase II- 2003 - Project Location: West Seattle, WA - Project Size: Phase I-2660 SF, Phase II- 5,725 SF - Project Cost: Phase I- $70/SF, Phase II- $218/SF - Photographer: William Wright Rhodes Architecture + Light designed this group of four residences in 2000-2001. Located
Anderson Gardens was designed with Kristina Monroe, structural engineer, LightWire, lighting design, Rosemary Woods, interiors, and was featured in NW Home and Garden Magazine, Cottage Living Magazine, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and the West Seattle Herald.
“Post bracket” — mncalvin
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Anderson Gardens
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- Completed: Phase I- 2001, Phase II- 2003 - Project Location: West Seattle, WA - Project Size: Phase I-2660 SF, Phase II- 5,725 SF - Project Cost: Phase I- $70/SF, Phase II- $218/SF - Photographer: William Wright Rhodes Architecture + Light designed this group of four residences in 2000-2001. Located
Anderson Gardens was designed with Kristina Monroe, structural engineer, LightWire, lighting design, Rosemary Woods, interiors, and was featured in NW Home and Garden Magazine, Cottage Living Magazine, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and the West Seattle Herald.
“Microwave good idea” — hamzaomar
OKB Architecture
4 Reviews
Avon Avenue
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mortar that was applied to it in bathrooms before the tiles were applied so it was not advisable for me to use it in my project. Was this incorrect information, because your project looks AMAZING!!! I absolutely love everything about it from your use of materials down to your use of color. Congrats
I was going to do an outdoor project using hardie board for a temporary fencing material and paint it. However I was told by a contractor that it wasn't meant for that and that what made
“jy” — sabaelec
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Kirkland Residence
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- Completed: 1998 - Project Location: Kirkland, WA - Project Size: 2,100 SF - Project Cost: $170/SF - Photographer: James Frederic Housel This residence was designed for a young builder and his family and includes four bedrooms, a design studio, garage, and open living and dining areas, which are integrated
feel larger than its small size. The house was completed in February of 1998. The Kirkland Residence was selected as the June 1998 Seattle Times/AIA Home of the Month and has been featured by Pacific Northwest Magazine in February 1998 and by Fine Homebuilding Magazine in March 2000.
“Mirror” — Bo Schuerman
The Morson Collection
4 Reviews
Ritz Residence Boston
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residential towers in Boston, the project was a complete renovation. The design and scope of work included the entire residence from marble flooring throughout, to movement of walls, new kitchen, bathrooms, all furnishings, lighting, closets, artwork and accessories. Smart home sound and wifi integration
throughout including concealed electronic window treatments. The challenge for the final project design was multifaceted. First and foremost to maintain a light, sheer appearance in the main open areas, while having a considerable amount of seating for living, dining and entertaining purposes. All the
manner. The combination of luxurious textures throughout brought a third dimension into the environments, and one of the many aspects that made the project so exceptionally unique, and a true pleasure to have created. Reach us ... Photography by Elevin Studio.
“table design” — lisa8877
The Morson Collection
4 Reviews
Ritz Residence Boston
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residential towers in Boston, the project was a complete renovation. The design and scope of work included the entire residence from marble flooring throughout, to movement of walls, new kitchen, bathrooms, all furnishings, lighting, closets, artwork and accessories. Smart home sound and wifi integration
throughout including concealed electronic window treatments. The challenge for the final project design was multifaceted. First and foremost to maintain a light, sheer appearance in the main open areas, while having a considerable amount of seating for living, dining and entertaining purposes. All the
manner. The combination of luxurious textures throughout brought a third dimension into the environments, and one of the many aspects that made the project so exceptionally unique, and a true pleasure to have created. Reach us ... Photography by Elevin Studio.
“Maybe white glass table?” — Erin Beck
The Morson Collection
4 Reviews
Ritz Residence Boston
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residential towers in Boston, the project was a complete renovation. The design and scope of work included the entire residence from marble flooring throughout, to movement of walls, new kitchen, bathrooms, all furnishings, lighting, closets, artwork and accessories. Smart home sound and wifi integration
throughout including concealed electronic window treatments. The challenge for the final project design was multifaceted. First and foremost to maintain a light, sheer appearance in the main open areas, while having a considerable amount of seating for living, dining and entertaining purposes. All the
manner. The combination of luxurious textures throughout brought a third dimension into the environments, and one of the many aspects that made the project so exceptionally unique, and a true pleasure to have created. Reach us ... Photography by Elevin Studio.
“Sink” — nsloewenthal
Collins Caddaye Architects
Forrest Shed
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spatial requirements you have for your project ensures everyone is on the same page. A brief can include anything that you would like to see incorporated into your project. Meeting minutes can also be useful to keep track of the project throughout the design of your home. Minutes ensure that all issues are
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