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Mohler + Ghillino Architects
Indigo Lane House
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.
Missy 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
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Rethink Design Studio
Dining + Living
Love this house and am trying to puzzle out the floorplan. Are there bedrooms on the other side of these stairs? If so, how many are there? Really unique and lovely house!
Live this--possible as front if house if we reconfigure...?
Love this whole house. A little bit too beachy but has fun colors. Like the color of the stools and white with wood work.
Rustic beams plus tongue and groove walls and ceilings create the ultimate beach-house interior.
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
Architect: Charles Myer & Partners Interior Design: Andra Birkerts Photo Credit: Eric Roth
for your interest! However, we were only responsible for the construction of the home so you may have better luck contacting the interior designer, Andra Birkerts Interior Design. She's also on Houzz: http://www.houzz.com/pro/andrabirkertsdesign/andra-birkerts-design
give you this info, but we were solely responsible for the construction on this project. You may have better luck contacting the interior designer, Andra Birkerts Interior Design. She's also on Houzz: http://www.houzz.com/pro/andrabirkertsdesign/andra-birkerts-design Good luck, because we agree that
.. We do not have more information on the rug, we are the construction team that put together this home. However, you may be able to contact the interior designer of this home, Andra Birkert, for more information. This is her houzz profile... http://www.houzz.com/pro/andrabirkertsdesign/andra-birke
Stephen Turvil Architects
Old Telephone Exchange
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
Park Slope Brownstone
We are gutting our old farm house and now working in the LR. We have chosen hemlock engineered boards for the floor. The room is quite narrow. Would installing these boards side ways
A wall separates row house entrance from living room
Row house interiors are long and narrow spaces. Typically a stair hall at one side and living rooms to the other. Large openings between all the rooms allow natural light to permeate the interior.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
Nice idea having coloured slate around the house rather than pea shingle to bring it all together
Stone pebbles around perimeter of house
The air that's lower to the ground is going to be cooler. So having some awning windows down low that can capture this air will keep the house interior cooler.
Contemporary architecture lends itself perfectly to window walls broken only by the casings needed to house the glass panes.