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Robert Young Architects
asked us to design a house with a minimal impact on the pristine landscape, maximum exposure to the views and all the amenities of a year round vacation home. The basic requirements of each space were considered integrally with the effects of sunlight, breezes and views. The house was conceived as a lens
What is size of shower? With no interior doors
Exterior doors keep rain from entering the house, and thresholds drain to outside. My question is how do you keep the door waterproof from both the outside and the inside? Thank you
This Long Island, New York, house’s spacious interior shower is surrounded by shimmering tiles from Oceanside Glasstile (Tessera in cobalt blue) that pick up the hue of the Block Island Sound
Old Telephone ExchangeStephen Turvil Architects
begins close to the house, with space for just a small terrace outside the French windows. This increases its connection to the house’s interior, so it can easily be enjoyed from within.
Paint exterior woodworkBlack has long been used as a shade for treating and painting house exteriors. This old
New Build House...House Color
Marin County ResidenceDirk Denison Architects
The design of this modern Marin County, California, house includes many interior courtyards. This
The design of this modern Marin County, California, house includes many interior courtyards. This one provides privacy for a glass-walled shower and a view of the lush grass and leafy trees
The design of this modern Marin County, California, house includes many interior courtyards. This one provides privacy for a glass-walled shower and a view of the lush grass and leafy trees.
And an enclosed, glass-walled shower in another part of the house gives the sensation of showering outside but with the utmost privacy.
The design of this modern Marin County, California, house includes many interior courtyards. This one provides privacy for a glass-walled shower and a view of the
Stelle ArchitectsStelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
This low-key two-story house is sited on a classic ocean front site. The original house, slated for demolition, was built into the dune before current coastal construction standards requiring a much higher elevation. The goal was to keep the existing scale and dynamics of the site and design a residence
residence that reflected the footprint and spirit of the original home. Materials for the new house include Alaskan cedar shingle panels interspersed with glass sections. The home has three levels: one for the owners, one for their guests, and one for living and dining. A simple glass and shingle pavilion
pavilion overlooks a negative edge pool while a path from the garage leads through a natural seaside landscape along the pool and up to the house. Solar control is achieved though the use of overhangs in the southern exposures. Extra thick walls allow for superior insulation, and a geothermal system is employed
The Weekend HouseDorman Architects
plan), which give the family space flexibility and privacy. More of Dorman's influences are seen in those pocket doors: the Rietveld Schröder House's flexible interior shaped by sliding panels and the architect's childhood fascination with the 1960s TV series Get Smart and its opening sequence of automatic
Yet the interior does not seem derivative, perhaps because Dorman's influences are both varied and broad. A few tactics define the interior and make it distinctive: the curved ceiling below the gable, the birch walls lining the spaces and the matching pocket doors (note the locations in the floor plan)
Indigo Lane HouseMohler + Ghillino Architects
View of the house in the landscape. A series of indor/outdoor terraces step up the hillside to connect the indoors with the landscape. Generous doors and windows provide light, ventilation and views to the Cascade Mountains. photo: Mercio Photography
the leaves off the trees in colder months the sun can penetrate to the house's interior.
months the sun can penetrate to the house's interior.
in colder months the sun can penetrate to the house's interior.
summer months, but with the leaves off the trees in colder months the sun can penetrate to the house's interior. This house near Seattle, designed by Mohler + Ghillino Architects, opens up toward the sun, but it also takes advantage of fir trees to the north to block cold winds in the winter.
Colorado TreehouseMissy Brown Design
This is a wonderful tree house.
inside of a tree house by missy brown design
How nice to lay back in this tree house
tree house interior with corner shelfing
interior awesome for guests and how romantic
tree house...Tree house interior...treehouse interior...Treehouse interior!...inside tree house...tree house interior
Newport Beach Custom HomeSpinnaker Development
Built by Spinnaker Development of Newport Beach Interior Design by Details a Design a Design Firm Photography by Dimension Three
U shaped house like Riley would prefer
L shape house with outdoor patio
Built by Spinnaker Development of Newport Beach Interior Design by Details a Design a Design Firm Photography by Dimension Three
idea for Montrose house...put fireplace on opposite end.
rooms and playroom on the second floor. A small vegetated roof is located adjacent to the stairwell and is visible from the upper landing. Interiors throughout the house, both in new construction and in the existing renovation, were handled with great care to ensure an experience that is cohesive. Partition
vaults expressed. A new kitchen island both defines and complements this singular space. The parti is a modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
two flues, as evidenced by the caps at the top: one flue for the interior fireplace, and another for the exterior one.
That one tall window makes this whole house.
views through the windows on either side. This chimney’s single volume conceals two flues, as evidenced by the caps at the top: one flue for the interior fireplace, and another for the exterior one.
Port Ludlow HouseFINNE Architects
compact, 2400 SF modern house located on a wooded waterfront property at the north end of the Hood Canal, a long, fjord-like arm of western Puget Sound. The house creates a simple glazed living space that opens up to become a front porch to the beautiful Hood Canal. The east-facing house is sited along a
maintenance-free: metal siding and aluminum windows and doors. The metal siding has an alternating pattern using two different siding profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide
Anchoring the north end of the living space is a two-story building volume containing several bedrooms and separate his/her office spaces. The interior finishes are simple and elegant, with IPE wood flooring, zebrawood cabinet doors with mahogany end panels, quartz and limestone countertops, and Douglas
Passive Coolingsolarhomestead.appstate.edu
Interior architectural photograph of Appalachian State's entry in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011, Washington D.C., Sept. 22, 2011. (Credit: Jim Tetro/U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon) Used under Creative Commons license.
I want to remove some drywalls off interior wood frame like in the staircase and between kitchen and living room but I am worried about exposing studs and related fire hazard. Is there any rules regulating if/how wood frame should be finished? Thanks!
When the doors to the bedrooms are open, accompanied by the exterior doors on either end of the house, the interior's cooling benefits from generous cross ventilation.
these "inside-out" interior walls are interesting, especially the lighting
Urban garage, day and nightWheeler Kearns Architects
eliminated - a porch, portion of floor, side windows, all interior walls. New internal steel structure, mechanical system, lighting and switching were left exposed. Floating cabinetry was designed to define the living spaces; it is a house without interior doors. The guitars sound great. A single large opening
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