Overall Look of House
Like all the glass.good amount of deck space.Ann, too fussy
Great open feel.
Good amount of widows and decks. Like stone. Like warm feel. Ann, too traditional
Like widows and openness and interesting pool.
This would work for back and side of house.
Like windows and decks.
Like stone.like pool. Like stairway to second floor deck.
Like windows with wood and second floor deck.
Like second floor decks. Like the way it opens up.
This soft contemporary home was uniquely designed to evoke a coastal design feeling while maintaining a Hill Country style native to its environment. The final design resulted in a beautifully minimalistic, transparent, and inviting home. The light exterior stucco paired with geometric forms and contemporary details such as galvanized brackets, frameless glass and linear railings achieves the precise coastal contemporary look the clients desired. The open floor plan visually connects multiple rooms to each other, creating a seamless flow from the formal living, kitchen and family rooms and ties the upper floor to the lower. This transparent theme even begins at the front door and extends all the way through to the exterior porches and views beyond via large frameless glazing. The overall design is kept basic in form, allowing the architecture to shine through in the detailing.Built by Olympia HomesInterior Design by Joy KlingPhotography by Merrick AlesLots to like about this house. Look at all the pictures.
like the woodlarks wood, stone and way it opens up.
Interesting architecture. Lots of glass.
Like stone. Like second floor deck. Nice water feature.
A bit too round but okay.
This has most everything except second floor deck.
Check out the whole house. Lots in it I like!!
Not a bad entry
roofs aren't flat!!
roof's not flat!!