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Randy Brown
Randy Brown Architects
The children's bedrooms and playspaces are on the ground level, but the main gallery upstairs embraces the landscape.More about this house
“Windows at floor level” — roylipski
David Howell Design
1 Review
David Howell
seek architectural and design inspiration elsewhere? We travel a lot, and it's always inspiring to see new cities, but I love my native New Zealand landscape; it's a mix of density and openness. The bush is so thick and pungent and full of tiny plants mixed in with giant kauri trees. And then we have the
“Chairs Tables Lights” — abigailbennett
Wright Design
4 Reviews
Foothills Cottage
stone buildings appropriate for families with money who could remain in one place for generations. In another essay in Discovering the Vernacular Landscape, "Stone and Its Substitutes", he asserts that stone "was noble because it had been extracted from the depths of the earth and was timeless." On the
“Detached garage” — Erica Goodnight
Blue Forest UK Ltd
Blue Forest Tree House
The tree house, with a deck perched about 10 feet from ground level, was designed to become part of the landscape and so that trees could be retained; no trees were cleared to make way for the construction. The structure is supported on Blue Forest's bracer system, which allows for tree movement and
“What an awesome treehouse.” — Kelly Bell
Contemporary Kitchen
"I designed the landscape to be highly integrated with the house," says Heydt. "From the inside of the house, you see the color green through every window."A row of mature camellias inspired the placement of this window in the kitchen. "When they are in bloom, the backsplash view is spectacular, and
“Needs different chairs and some minor adjustments to not look like a bar” — Alex Kafure
Osborne Architects
2 Reviews
Baer Retreat
wall hedgeThere is something oh so appealing about this expansive ‘wall hedge’. Not only does the green foliage help to camouflage a blot-on-the-landscape structure, the planting has a very natural, untamed quality to it, too.
“Succulent walk?” — akgbecker
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
rustic saltbox cottage in the historic fishing village of Trinity, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, was built in 2001 and fits seamlessly in the landscape. Whitewashed walls expand the space, while wooden ceilings and beams help give the cottage a warm, cozy feel.See the tour: Saltbox Charm in a Heritage
“2 level staircase and open ceiling” — Sue Sanderson
modern house architects
4 Reviews
South Bay Residence
Better be sure the landscapers aren’t set to arrive during a bath in this tub, or everyone could be in for a surprise.
“I want just one butted glass in our new house like this.” — Ditto Tamer or Designs by Ditto
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