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Gaile Guevara
11 Reviews
Woodvalley Residence
Ideabooks10,593
Questions11
Woodvalley Residence Custom Dining Table designed in collaboration with Christian Woo | http://www.christianwoo.com The Issa Dinning Chairs are made in Japan at the Takumi Kohgei workshop and designed by Noriyuki Ebina, available in North America only at Kozai Modern in Vancouver. Bear wall panel |
| Commission Artwork by Sabina Hill Design Inc. | www.sabinahill.com Beat Pendant Lighting by Tom Dixon | http://www.tomdixon.net - available at Inform Interiors | http://www.informinteriors.com
The Issa Dinning Chairs are made in Japan at the Takumi Kohgei workshop and designed by Noriyuki Ebina, available in North America only at Kozai Modern in Vancouver. Let them know I referred you or should you need assistance to place an order please email us at info@gaileguevara.com
“Lights, open design” — maddieschroter
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
8 Reviews
Zen Garden
Ideabooks4,353
Questions2
Interiors can be designed to have motion and variability, but so can spaces that
Interiors can be designed to have motion and variability, but so can spaces that are visible through windows in the house, like this Japanese rock garden.
Zen earth tones. If a peaceful feeling is what you crave at home, you may be drawn to white interiors — but stark
“my havan!” — mayyaji1
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
5 Reviews
Setsugen, Japan
Ideabooks297
Questions0
white stuff making Niseko's annual snowfall of 13 to 15m a prominent design challenge. Other elements that challenged this project included a constricted property within a congested neighbourhood, but with proper placement of the new design one realizes the potential and impressive views of Mount Yotei, an
an active volcano, to the east and Niseko Ski Hill to the west. To overcome the properties limitations, the roof of the new six bedroom home, is a low sloped shed roof which allows for snow management to the north end of the lot and as the roof gently slopes up to the south, tall walls were created over
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
in japan. kinda cabin-y, but very cool. id leave it whatever brown colr it was before though, i dont know how i feel about the black. maybe its just too dark
“O m g” — reneve
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Ideabooks5,461
Questions7
This tile is a porcelain penny tile imported by Global Tile Design from Japan. It is the Penny Round, code #3050, in green glossy. http://globaltiledesign.com/
This tile is a porcelain penny tile imported by Global Tile Design from Japan. It is the Penny Round, code #3050, in green glossy. htt
european bathroom features with penny round green glossy tile (global tile design from Japan #3050)
Sutro Architects This tile is a porcelain penny tile imported by Global Tile Design from Japan. It is the Penny Round, code #3050, in green glossy. http://globaltiledesign.com/
“ledge with trough” — sonjanorman
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks120K
Questions52
this have to be done when the home is built?
My brother sent it to me from Japan. Any idea what it is worth
Who's the designer of the dining room? And where can I purchase it?
My mum has pretty much the same one too, also purchased in Japan. Almost 20 years old now though. They were expensive to buy back then in Japan, no idea what they would be worth now though.
hi am from India i love this design can u please lette me know the stone name
Where did you get the apple branches. I would love them in my new home!
Hi I would like to buy this table and inquire about your interior design services.
Joseph Jeup makes the table. You can buy it through a designer or look at their website for a local showroom. http://www.josephjeup.com/
“Wall” — yjreyes
TASCHEN
Architecture Now! Houses 3
Ideabooks857
Questions0
House NA in Tokyo, designed by Sou Fujimoto. Photo copyright Iwan Baan, courtesy of Taschen. From the book "Architecture Now! Houses 3" by Philip Jodidio, published by Taschen (2013).
Even though Japan is only roughly the size of California, the book features 10 projects in Tokyo and other environs. Easily the most striking is Sou Fujimoto's House
Even though Japan is only roughly the size of California, the book features 10 projects in Tokyo and other environs. Easily the most striking is Sou Fujimoto's House NA, in a residential area of central Tokyo. At first glance there is nothing house-like about it ... it's even hard to decipher how one
“MY FAVOURITE HOUSE!” — timbuild62
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,330
Questions7
Do you know of any architects or designers that can do this type of work in San Diego, CA?
serves as a design altar of sorts, showcasing a tearoom’s chabana arrangement along with a decorative scroll. The tokonoma is a centuries-old design element, but it’s still a perfect platform on which to display the traditional Eastern floral arrangement alongside a modern, personal design element, like
like a Western photograph or painting, to represent your home’s unique style.
“Asiatisch” — Eva Zimmermann
Oregon Cottage Company
Tiny Tea House
Ideabooks2,141
Questions2
I applaud the layout and design
The client, who grew up in Japan, wanted her home to be a soothing, quiet space where she can meditate and host traditional tea ceremonies. Miller
use of small space. design and the natural materials.
The client, who grew up in Japan, wanted her home to be a soothing, quiet space where she can meditate and host traditional tea ceremonies. Miller split the space into a private bathroom and an open kitchen and tea ceremony room with a lofted sleeping space. The kitchen sits between the bathroom and
The client, who grew up in Japan, wanted her home to be a soothing, quiet space where she could meditate and host traditional tea ceremonies. Miller split the space into a private bathroom
“Sink” — rosedenaro
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