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Higher floors set back with lots of window space and outdoor space. Stone facade. End dormer and vaulted glass windows.
Interesting curtain and shade arrangement. Nice ceiling.
A vine and trestle roof would be better but this would be a cool extension off a master bedroom.
Interesting fireplace wall as a buffer between kitchen and living room?
Interesting use of outdoor space, vaulted ceilings, and natural lighting.
Dig the vaulted ceilings and second story windows
Outdoor drapes, stone wall, and super cool shutter/doors
Interesting built ins, but what do you do above the book case, collect dust balls, put lights?
With high ceilings you can put windows above cabinets
Heat lamps, spiral staircase
Ceiling and doors
Cool floors, ceiling, and built ins around picture window
Great way to add light on a sloping roofline, but would prefer top to be a balcony off a windows walk.
Very cool outdoor space on the house, but how much direct light does the first floor get? Could you enclose the first floor porch to make some of it year round living space that gets direct light? I.e. expand the first floor footprint beyond the second floors'?
Nice turret, would replace it's roof with a porch/balcony for the third floor
Another turret design
How about a sunken kitchen and elevated eating area in bay windows instead?
Second story at two heights, pathway to garage, which could have a second story pathway. Would need to build for snow weights.
This facade allows much more light, how expensive would the heating bills be?
Love the second floor setback
love this whole home - look at all the photos - treehouse inspired
daybed with furnace and reading light nestled into window area.
Mixture of extensive (mid-ground) and intensive (foreground) roof gardens. I like the intensive borders on the living area.
Nice windows and vaulted ceiling for living room
I like the way stools can be pushed under this island
If this staircase went to only one room and was separate from the rest of the second floor it would be cool and in some way make the house much bigger/longer.
This is horrible, don't do this - what were these people thinking?
Infinity pool over a hill is pimp