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ALTUS Architecture + Design
Reminds me of my former house on Ramsey.
I love everything about this house!
Smaller single slope roof house L-shaped layout
Heading west to Minnesota, here is a house designed by Altus Architecture + Design that looks fairly
Heading west to Minnesota, here is a house designed by Altus Architecture + Design that looks fairly orthogonal from the front, minus the yellow volume's sloping roof.
Black + Vernooy Architects
Mirador Front Porch
clients' desire for a house that "sits beautifully and confidently" on its dramatic ridge-top site, the Mirador Residence takes full advantage of the site's natural terracing and sweeping Hill Country views by providing seamless transitions to its generous outdoor living spaces. The plan expresses the owner’s
aromatic cedar, are chosen for their regional appropriateness and are deployed and detailed in ways designed to further integrate the house with its natural surroundings. The house comprises approximately 5900 square feet of living space wrapped around a hillside courtyard, and was completed in 2005.
potting shed looking back up to the house
paint and stone colors of houses and guest house
The design for this house generates its own territory within an L-shaped courtyard plan. The public side of the house — an enigmatic stucco shell that faces the street — shields an articulated inner courtyard that is lined with wooden slats. This space is configured to accommodate outdoor entertaining and
planting and the rocks that are embedded against the house. The potential sprawl and warren-like nature of a large single-family house is addressed by connecting the modulated interior spaces, while a large double height volume cuts a swath through the house.
West Vancouver, this house is approached by a meandering drive that traverses a seasonal creek. A heavily treed hillside defines the northern property boundary, while east-to-west the forest thins down a slope toward a railway line. To the east there is also a neighbouring house that is visible. The
Moran + Associates
new home with greek revival details inside and out, but with contemporary open plan.
side house . Love the forward covered entry and wide columned side porch.
transition from addition to old house, roof lines, shed dormer
columned side porch, house color
House left side only
House style...the house color...Warren House
Sutton Suzuki Architects
Marina Residence in San Francisco
Ooh I absolutely love this house i the architecture of it I love the landscaping and is just a beautiful home and I love how when you walk down the stairs there's a pond it's definitely
plan of a motel...My dream house...Um dream house?...Big house
Hudson Street Design
Sea Ranch Residence
Building a new house, if you have EXTREMELY detailed plans, is a much more known quantity. While most contractors will still prefer a cost plus type of arrangement (and note: that "plus" can
i love every single thing about this house
The back of the house, seen here, faces the ocean. All exteriors in the Sea Ranch development must be wood or shingle siding. The Agnews chose knotless vertical grain cedar.
The back of the house, seen here, faces the ocean. All exteriors in the Sea Ranch development must be wood or shingle siding
terrain necessitated a compartmentalized plan capable of negotiating the gentle hillock at the center of the site. A corridor bridge spans two pieces of the house, uniting living and sleeping spaces and allowing an existing watercourse to flow essentially through the house unobstructed. Large panels of glass
Falcon House is located on Falcon Ridge Road, which winds along a steeply inclined ridge in a stretch of foothills within Carmel Valley in Monterey County. An old lichen covered barn and split rail, cedar fences characterize this area known as Markham Ranch, and contrast sharply with the preponderance
sprawling, large estate-style homes, many more at-home in the Italian countryside than any landscape of California. Designed for a young family, Falcon House responds to the family’s desire to live a more modest lifestyle, eschewing overt displays of extravagance for an intimate and deferential relation to
Cary Bernstein Architect
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
I want to also rethink the floor plan with an angle concept other than 90 degrees, like we did at 3354 out of necessity.
deck length of house..or concrete...
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
house exterior and pool
pool near house...chairs off house...for my house...Ridge House