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Breakfast nook or dining room? Windows were joined with black silicone in lieu of frames to minimize the structure.
“We wanted the walls to dissolve into the forest,” says Parish. He joined the dining room windows with black silicone in lieu of frames to minimize the
windows are joined with black silicone in lieu of frames to minimize the structure.
“We wanted the walls to dissolve into the forest,” says Parish. He joined the dining room windows with black silicone in lieu of
Windows are joined with black silicone in lieu of frames to minimize the structure
“We wanted the walls to dissolve into the forest,” says Parish. He joined the dining room windows with black silicone in lieu of frames to minimize the structure. Stepping into the space, you can see the woods straight ahead or turn to the left to view the bay. Not surprisingly, the room is a magnet
“beautiful interior forms, love the stairs” — s1am
Kress Jack At Home
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Home office reading nook
Ideabooks1,690
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although not an antique, is most likely a modern version of a duchesse brisée — literally a “broken duchess” — which consists of two upholstered chairs joined together. Each sofa variation was designed to accommodate a certain posture or social interaction that was all the rage at the moment. But they are
although not an antique, is most likely a modern version of a duchesse brisée — literally a “broken duchess” — which consists of two upholstered chairs joined together.
although not an antique, is most likely a modern version of a duchesse brisée — literally a “broken duchess” — which consists of two upholstered chairs joined together.Each sofa variation was designed to accommodate a certain posture or social interaction that was all the rage at the moment. But they are
“Setee” — Jeanie White
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
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Central Park West
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(Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers.
The decking and furniture on this wide balcony, in a restrained palette of warm grays, has an elegant, formal look that shows off the clipped boxwood (Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers
wide balcony, in a restrained palette of warm grays, has an elegant, formal look that shows off the clipped boxwood (Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers.
wide balcony, in a restrained palette of warm grays, has an elegant, formal look that shows off the clipped boxwood (Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers.
“green and grey colours for balcony/courtyard. could add bright colour as accessory when living there” — steenson
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LAND HOUSE
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HOUSE uses exposed structural elements of timber, steel and concrete as finished surfaces with stunning results Architect: Peter Stutchbury Builder: Join Constructions Photos by: Michael Nicholson
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“OFC” — rwamsteker
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LAND HOUSE
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HOUSE uses exposed structural elements of timber, steel and concrete as finished surfaces with stunning results Architect: Peter Stutchbury Builder: Join Constructions Photos by: Michael Nicholson
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BALMAIN TERRACE
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Terrace renovation and addition in Balmain, Sydney. Architect - Andrew Benn, Builder Join Constructions, Photos by Product K
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“gradence” — ledled
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BALMAIN TERRACE
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Terrace renovation and addition in Balmain, Sydney. Architect - Andrew Benn, Builder Join Constructions, Photos by Product K
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“Floor blackbutt and tallowood” — rahelscaturchio
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
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Pickering
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.? Join love shack to bathroom
Inside joining outside joining inside as if it was meant to
The way the two rooms join
Joined pavillions
“Walkway between new garage and house” — ploeckle
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