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CASA DEL ARBOL
Estructura para casa en terrenos expansivos
Ventana de la Cocina
comedero para perros
cocina de mini departamento
Recamara de Rancho
Estructura para enredadera
Sala y comedor en casa de visitas
Cocineta casa de visitas
Tamaño y Diseño de candil
Estructura para el candil
Cocina para rancho sin anaqueles mejora amplitud del espacio
Colgador para Sartenes
La cocina integrada para un departamento tiene las mediadas perfectas
Construccion de Casa sobre la montaña para reducir la temperatura
El porch tiene persinas grandes para sobra
Combining workspace, sleeping space and display space became easy with a custom white oak sleeping loft, outfitted with storage tucked into each stair riser and a walk-in closet underneath.
cubo distribuidor de cocina y recamara en la parte superior
Lockable sliding wood panels open the home to the street.
You enter via a 13' x 7' patio and sliding glass doors
A 12' x 10' x 10' wooden cube in the center of the home contains a hidden shower, sink, bathroom, washing machine, dressing room and toilet. A desk, a sofa/convertible bed, and storage space were built into right exterior side of the cube, while a staircase on the left leads up to a mezzanine sleeping area.
The shower within the cube is accessed by a door near the stairs to the upper sleeping space. The toilet room is tucked just underneath the stairs inside the cube.
This space comfortably includes a kitchen, an eating area and a living space. A well-conceived open plan that eliminates superfluous space can be the most efficient ingredient of a beautiful home.
cambio de ambiente con las diferentes texturas del techo
Standing at the center of the space is a vintage maple table from Design Republic surrounded by replica Eames molded plastic chairs.
Now anchored by a striking floating hearth from Fireorb, the main seating area mixes midcentury classics with newer pieces from CB2 and EQ3. As with the rest of the house, the decor is kept to a minimum to allow the sweeping views to take center stage.
Matching desks and Herman Miller office chairs face north and are positioned near the canopy of a large tree to help cut down on direct sunlight
midcentury modern design. architects and designers like Charles and Ray Eames, Richard Neutra and George Nelson, and admired homes like the Farnsworth House and Koenig’s Case Study House #22.
a clear vision for the home: something open, simple and linear, with a lot of natural light for warmth and color.
They removed a wall separating the kitchen and dining rooms to create one open space, painted the floors chartreuse and added a spacious back porch.
concrete that was poured onsite. Pipes are embedded within each of the three towers and connect to their respective copper spouts. Water drains into a 1½-inch pile of river rocks, creating a gentle splash. A copper pan underneath collects the water for recirculation by way of the feature's single pump, located in the Cor-Ten steel box at the base. An indoor wall switch controls the fountain
Water runs over the Cor-Ten-steel-edged, rock-filled pool custom created by Bianchi Design. The water flows down into a small channel filled with pebbles for a wonderfully cooling effect in the desert setting.
The cactus sculpture in the living room was a gift to Kershner from her son
Artist Mark Kotansky painted the piece above Kershner's desk. "Mark was a midcareer artist who attended the Art Center in Los Angeles, later moved to Munich, and who died very young,"." Kershner continues to sell many of his pieces to her clients.