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De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
Jackson Penthouse / Roof Deck, San Francisco
Ideabooks1,080
Questions2
A great way to keep the view clear! Glass railings!
SF Bay View....wow what a view...Golden Gate view.
“steps/tub deck” — Carl Gish
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Michael Rex Architects
Mountain Lodge Eclectic
Ideabooks3,374
Questions3
Space use. Simple and utilitarian with the view dominant.
Beautiful bedroom!!!!! Fabulous view!!!!!
use of view...The view
“master bedroom w seating” — martiner57
Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
2 Reviews
Portfolio
Ideabooks7,047
Questions5
the window walls view of the outdoors
The view...Nice view when dining...the windows and view!
“like all the windows going around” — Charne Page Fletcher
Peace Design
Kids Playroom
Ideabooks2,604
Questions3
Table is sa-weeet! Goota have the view if its this dark
walls, view...the view. the view...Mountain View...Wish I had that view.
“Color of wood” — tediss
Island Gardens Company
San Juan Island Waterfront Residence - Project 157
Ideabooks4,872
Questions3
bench when it's viewed from above. Place the bench so it hugs the hillside safely while allowing enough room to pass by with ease. A view of a lower garden
bench when it's viewed from above. Place the bench so it hugs the hillside safely while allowing enough room to pass by with ease. A view of a lower garden
bench when it's viewed from above. Place the bench so it hugs the hillside safely while allowing enough room to pass by with ease. A view of a lower garden
“Creeping Thyme” — lisajameson2004
Robert Mills Architects and Interior Designers
1 Review
Toorak House
Ideabooks5,145
Questions4
the height of the adjacent window head. You have to be seated to admire the view. Once again, reinforcing the activity at table level. Read more: Ribbon
decorative wall makes much more sense than a more traditional window offering a view into the neighbour’s kitchen or onto a blank wall. Decorative pots in the
decorative wall makes much more sense than a more traditional window offering a view into the neighbor’s kitchen or of a blank wall. Decorative pots in the garden
the height of the adjacent window head. You have to be seated to admire the view. Once again, reinforcing the activity at table level.Read more: Ribbon Windows:
“Pendants” — amoore84
David Vandervort Architects
5 Reviews
Lopez Island Residence
Ideabooks8,111
Questions8
Use of smaller windows to create a dramatic view (as opposed to floor to ceiling windows)
Mary Downing These windows creatively frame outside views through the use of two levels and placement on the corner of the room.
windows, this still achieves the design brief of capturing breathtaking views without having to have windows engineered.
complex spaces, where there are many things competing for attention — the view, the cabinetry, skylights. Here the windows fit into a system of elements
windows, this still achieves the design brief of capturing breathtaking views without having to have windows engineered.
“Facade” — paramitasingh
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks7,873
Questions3
privacy, yet they open to rooms of glass, timber and soaring ceilings with views of Bass and Cinder Creeks and Folly Island.
Description: The owners of this home travel extensively and appreciate the great outdoors. Global travels shaped their desire for a home that embraces nature. The
Could do this home with with shipping containers! Love the walkway
A private get a way in another area away from home. Maybe in wine country.
This is the view from the more public street side, which is quite closed in contrast to all the glass and other perforations on the marsh side. Once you
This is the view from the more public street side, which is quite closed in contrast to all
the tabby paver path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated because of storm surges, and this facade is a nod to the gabled
“Don't like: too much grass in between pavers for rainy Seattle weather.” — angela7529
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