269 interconnect Home Design Photos

DMVF Architects
3 Reviews
House Extension & Remodel, Dartry, Dublin 6.
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demand control ventilation system a new intelligent heating system and new solar panels. The family rooms and living spaces are light filled and interconnect. A large sliding door separates the living room from the family room which gives great flexibility. Photos By Ros Kavanagh.
demand control ventilation system a new intelligent heating system and new solar panels. The family rooms and living spaces are light filled and interconnect. A large sliding door separates the living room from the family room which gives great flexibility. Photos By Ros Kavanagh.DMVF were approached
demand control ventilation system a new intelligent heating system and new solar panels. The family rooms and living spaces are light filled and interconnect. A large sliding door separates the living room from the family room which gives great flexibility. Photos By Ros Kavanagh.
“Like kitchen table off of kitchen and living room” — kileyalexy
Allen+Killcoyne Architects
Micro-apartment
Ideabooks2,529
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simple, elegant and timeless,” the architect says. Instead of creating one open room to make the space feel bigger, Killcoyne established separate interconnected zones for living, sleeping and cooking. “The place feels bigger,” the architect says, “because you get three major rooms out of it. You don’t feel
“Door” — jceliceo
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
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Nice glassed interconnect concept for mudroom connect between garage and house. I don't love the stucco.
Nice glassed interconnect concept for mudroom connect between garage and house. I don't love the stucco.
“would be something to have windows like that in the kitchen” — jmwoodrow
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Planted Joints
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interconnected network of green ends in an exclamation point.
joints are planted and sinuous interconnected network of green
The antithesis of the previous photo is this walkway, where the joints are planted and sinuous. The way the interconnected network of green ends at the steps, like an exclamation point, is a very nice touch.
The antithesis of the previous photo is this walkway, where the joints are planted and sinuous. The way the interconnected network of green ends at the steps, like an exclamation point, is a very nice touch.More: Why There's Beauty in Grid, Column and RowSkinny Windows: Exclamation Points of LightRibbon
“The antithesis of the previous photo is this walkway, where the joints are planted and sinuous. The” — renovatenow
Amitzi Architects
house A
Ideabooks3,982
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Vitra's Algue is a system of plastic branches you can interconnect to create your own unique composition. They can hang against a wall or be used as a free-hanging screen.See more Algue in action
“use homeowners chairs with wismar table” — Brownsmith Restoration
Elias Kababie
Black & White Apartment
Ideabooks3,182
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directly in front of it, but it works in a bedroom if you’re vying for extra privacy. Instead of relying only on the sheer curtain, this assemblage of interconnected Vitra Algues gives the whole room texture and makes the windows feel like an art display.
“Like the window panels idea, not the design” — Kathie Chiu
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Levin Residence
Ideabooks2,042
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cook in the kitchen. While we’re eating, most of us aren’t interested in staring at the cooking mess we’ve left behind. Many modern spaces are interconnected and feel larger because of that openness. Walling off the kitchen to hide the clutter is not only impractical but unnecessarily confining. The
“Dining roll chairs & Lighting” — ondekkers
True North Architects
Keir Residence
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Heat seeker. On a steeply sloping site on Sydney’s northern peninsula, this house boasts a series of interconnected decks and terraces. The firepit works as a centrepiece on the expansive patio, making the space inviting even on chilly afternoons. A hammock swings
“Pergola” — amazigh
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