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Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House
Ideabooks10,388
Questions7
lower level as soon as you come into the house. This would seem to be the way to solve our 2nd floor entry and desire to keep the common living area on the 1st level.
layout of the house...second floor hallway open glass windows
Would make great weekend house layout
light house think about vampire series style for the light house
“container house interior” — aneen63
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Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Bodnar
Ideabooks3,940
Questions2
the center of the home is anchored by a large Russian Stove that heats the entire house and creates a focal point within the double height living space. A rooftop lantern and open porches bring light into the interior space. The bedroom suite was designed as discrete loft space to preserve the integrity
barn house interior. love the double sided woodstove
re-purpose existing barn materials fro a new house
interior, but not done as playground
Coolest house to be a kid, ever.
“Kitchen, dinning, family rooms all open to each other” — tec4502
Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors LLC
7 Reviews
Moorestown Residence
Ideabooks1,142
Questions1
love the whole house. Beautifully done.
I like the openness of this house. Very cool how the living room ceiling is continuous up to the third floor room at the top of the pic
The structure of the preexisting barn interior was one large, dark and weathered space that was left exposed to the elements for many years. There were no baths or enclosed rooms, and there was no kitchen — just a freestanding fireplace. Today, the fireplace defines the living and dining areas. Blanda
“Does not look good” — amccarley
Knight Associates
Examples of our work
Ideabooks15,595
Questions7
Photo by Robert Perron A house built in phases- here is the Phase 2 living room with loft. Plans for this house are available through our Lucia's Little Houses division: www.luciaslittlehouses.com
in your Lucia's Little Houses portfolio. You have a nice way of working with light. Many of the houses in that portfolio have screened in porches under upstairs bedrooms. How do you insulate to insure a warm floor and no drafts above the open space? Since a lot of your houses seem to be built in the
the floor plan (and download the full portfolio of Lucia's Little Houses for free!) here: http://knightarchitect.com/lucias-little-houses/20-getting-on-the-land/
Unfortunately, you may not be able to get around it. Where this house was built there were no code restrictions that prohibited this loft
“Natural light and great little upstairs nook” — stephtz87
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks5,567
Questions6
Hi, I'm the interior designer who custom designed all the furnishings. I custom made the pillow, the ikat fabric is from Pindler and the silk is from Lee Jofa. Glad you like them. annikawest.com
Hi, I'm the interior designer who custom designed all the furniture for this house. I purchased the
wing house interior great room. beautiful
“really like was original idea” — blugreyhs
Daniel Marshall Architect
5 Reviews
Raumati
Ideabooks1,890
Questions1
The plan is dumbell-like, and the interior volumes are fairly cubic — there
there are echoes of the Korara House. In each house the entrance falls in the middle of the plan at a glass gallery that links two sides of the house. At Raumati, the gallery looks onto the pool. Here we're looking from the living area toward the pool; the entry and gallery are out of frame on the left
The plan is dumbell-like, and the interior volumes are fairly cubic — there are echoes of the Korara House. In each house the entrance falls in the middle of the plan at a glass gallery that links two sides of the house. At Raumati, the gallery looks onto the pool. Here we're looking from the living
The plan is dumbbell-like, and the interior volumes are fairly cubic — there are echoes of the Korara House. In each house the entrance falls in the middle of the plan at a glass gallery that links two sides of the house. At Raumati, the gallery looks onto the pool. Here we’re looking
“LIGHTING -- TOO SHINY, BUT LIKE THE VARIED HEIGHTS” — marciaanded
Daniel Marshall Architect
5 Reviews
Raumati
Ideabooks1,789
Questions1
While this house is more introverted than the others (there are some distant views from the top floor, though)
While this house is more introverted than the others (there are some distant views from the top floor, though), it echoes many of the same concerns that Marshall mentions: merging indoor and outdoor space, dealing with steeply sloping sites and relating to its surroundings through views, both near and
While this house is more introverted than the others (there are some distant views from the top floor, though), it echoes many of the same concerns that Marshall mentions; merging indoor and outdoor space
“Garden” — elainerussell1
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Michigan Barn
Ideabooks5,918
Questions5
of the existing structure. The resulting design is intended to preserve the character of the original barn while taking advantage of its spacious interior volumes and natural materials.
Barn house interior. Love the giant window and ceiling height. Original walls inside, new exterior walls.
This two-story space in the center of the house is where the dining takes place. Oversize glass walls at both ends of this space keeps the interior bright and airy and connected to the outdoors.
This two-story space in the center of the house is where the dining takes place. Oversize glass walls at both ends of this space keeps the interior bright and airy and connected to the outdoors.
“Barn living” — tammytulips
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