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Ulf & Associates
7 Reviews
Vail Valley Retreat
Ideabooks4,404
Questions1
like a great mountain home
Love this landscaping
Wow...gorgeous home...Love the home...Mountain home?
“Outside” — bri
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Moore Architects, PC
Willow Oak Residence
Ideabooks5,184
Questions4
Victorian was a landmark in a neighborhood of late 19th century wood frame homes. The two story house had been changed many times over its 116 year life with most of the changes diminishing the style and integrity of the original home. Beginning during the mid-twentieth century, few of the changes could
As a renovated house, the finished product fits the neighborhood, restoring its standing as a landmark, satisfying the owner’s needs for house and home. Hoachlander Davis Photography
If you are referring to the rear gable, the depth is 6'-0". Good luck on your home!
addition of second floor to ranch style home plus addition of porch
Sympathetic addition to an older, victorian home
“House & pool” — jjstaytay
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Living Room
Ideabooks15,066
Questions13
the way the light shines through this home is absolutely stunning - well done.
is stucco which is also used on the exterior of the home. This home also has a venetian plaster wall at the stairway just out of view of this image. The stair wall looks like gold leaf when lit up at night creating a beautiful feature in the home.
Love the exposed steel I beams and the high wood ceilings are awesome. Kick ass home.
agrees, noting that Seattle's architectural style has "strong responses to views, light and the use of natural materials to reflect the surrounding landscape. Large window areas fully embrace views and also let in natural light, especially during our dark winters."
agrees, noting that Seattle's architectural style has "strong responses to views, light and the use of natural materials to reflect the surrounding landscape. Large window areas fully embrace views and also let in natural light, especially during our dark winters."
“Beams” — settellk
Orren Pickell Building Group
5 Reviews
Mettawa Residence #4
Ideabooks947
Questions2
It is impervious, however I do not know what type of gravel the homeowner installed as it was handled through their landscape architect.
This home is an amalgamation of historical references, some classical and others vernacular, medieval and modern. The elevation illustrates classical symmetry, balance and massing; the steeply pitched roof feels medieval; and the streamlined detail ultimately defines it as modern. Yet the home's setting
remove the far right portion of the home and soften it up with more traditional exterior materials and that's fabulous!
setting also reflects the vernacular of similarly shaped homes in the vicinity.
This home is an amalgamation of historical references, some classical and others vernacular, medieval and modern. The elevation illustrates classical symmetry, balance and massing; the steeply pitched roof feels medieval; and the streamlined detail ultimately defines it as modern. Yet the home's setting
“now that's a garage….” — gayleschuurlarsen
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks82,719
Questions84
Hi Lorraine. I really love the look and feel of what you accomplished in this space. I have been toying with this idea for our home and have thought custom cabinetry is likely the way to go. After pouring through the various q&a for this photo, I was unable to confirm if these built-ins
We have an old home with beautiful old woodwork and I would love to add this in our living room. I love the white and don't think the old woodwork could be matched if
with a different look feel and even function. They can be found online, retailers, and of course, through your designer. If your on a tight budget, try Home Goods for some very good buys. Lorraine
someone is so very satisfying to a designer. Thank you so much for the compliments, too. Houzz is the best tool anyone on either side of building a new home could have. The fact that you can show an actual photo to communicate an idea to a contractor leaves little to his/her to question. As they say- a
“windows” — reginaldbean
Ohashi Design Studio
6 Reviews
San Rafael
Ideabooks903
Questions4
Featured in the May 2012 Marin AIA Home Tour, this 4,000 sf. remodeled hillside home was designed to improve the curb appeal of the exterior while the majority of the work focused on opening up the interior spaces to the views beyond. The new façade glows with a shimmering new standing seam metal roof
This is very much the design of a home I'm working on and these are the style of doors I'd like to use. Client in SW WA
i love the feel of this home. just need a big flat driveway to ride bikes etc on. play basketball etc.
Garage Door, Metal Roof, Single Level Home
simple design for single floor home
“garage doors lit from within” — vbrc
TATUM BROWN CUSTOM HOMES
7 Reviews
Crestbrook Residence
Ideabooks1,058
Questions3
Tatum Brown Custom Homes {Photo credit: Danny Piassick} {Architectural credit: Mark Hoesterey of Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects}
This home is amazing! I love the gas lamps... can you share where you found them?
Do not like the little windows, but like the roof line and cleanness of this home. Do not like the brick Our house plans have this feel to them.
Do not like the little windows, but like the roof line and cleanness of this home Our house plans have this feel to them.
“WINDOWS ON LOWER SECTION, THREE LARGE--MOVE ENTRANCE” — kdgause
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
19 Reviews
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
Ideabooks2,686
Questions3
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
concrete floors are existing. You would also want to put rigid insulation under the concrete slab to help retain the heat into your home and not heating the earth under your home. For a cost, that will vary by region. I can only tell you that hear in the Chicago area, a system like what you are seeing (five
There are two types of solar panels on this home - one for electric power (photovoltaic panels) and the other set for solar thermal panels to heat water. The panels that you see in the photo above are the solar thermal panels. If you look carefully in the distance, on the second sloped roof, you can
170ºF! The water goes through a heat exchanger to heat the domestic water. Additionally, it is possible to interconnect the system to help heat your home. If you want to interconnect it to a radiant concrete floor system, you can do that two different ways. Either you add baseboard hydronic heaters
“Solar panel” — kburrowes
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