20,455 meet arlene Home Design Photos

Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Brady Lane Remodel Addition
Ideabooks623
Questions1
this custom spiral staircase meets all building codes, your staircase should be designed based on your unique situation and meet or exceed applicable codes in your area..
“spiral - compact; custom” — sarudo
Bipède
1 Review
Maison Greene :: kitchen
Ideabooks1,652
Questions3
Not a great example, but here is the gray high gloss Ikea cabinets, a tile floor for kitchen meeting up with wood floor
Floor, tile meets hardwood
“ostrvo” — viktoriamega
Klang & Associates
Huntington Square
Ideabooks736
Questions1
Create a home office under the stairs. A bit of seclusion from the busy-ness of the rest of the house allows for better concentration and privacy when meeting with clients.
Create a home office under the stairs. A bit of seclusion from the busy-ness of the rest of the house allows for better concentration and privacy when meeting with clients.
“Perfect” — Denise Lavigne
Dorman Associates, Inc.
8 Reviews
Mill Valley - Loft meets Ranch
Ideabooks221
Questions0
Mill Valley - Loft meets Ranch
Loft meets ranch mill valley
“contemporary” — zbrentz
Regina Sturrock Design Inc.
2 Reviews
Regina Sturrock Design East Meets Southwest
Ideabooks643
Questions1
Regina Sturrock Design East Meets Southwest
east meets west
“wall” — kris964680
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks815
Questions1
Karuna Passive House designed by Holst Architecture and built by Hammer & Hand. This high performance home meets the world's most demanding green building certifications. Photo by Jeremy Bittermann.
exterior walls as they extend inside. I can appreciate the care it must have taken to arrive at the ½-inch joint reveal where the distinct building volumes meet on the exterior (shown in a previous photo).
“Laiptai” — marta321
Girl Meets Lake
2 Reviews
Nursery
Ideabooks445
Questions2
Girl Meets Lake
“Sofa” — elseka
Glancey Rockwell & Associates
Plateau Residence
Ideabooks451
Questions1
New home designed for a young family who desired to stay true to "modernism" without compromising meeting the needs of family. True to moderns philosophy the home utilizes standard modular materials and construction techniques. Simple geometric forms were manipulated to create protected outdoor spaces
New home designed for a young family who desired to stay true to "modernism" without compromising meeting the needs of family.True to moderns philosophy the home utilizes standard modular materials and construction techniques. Simple geometric forms were
“Concrete on FP” — tcjones13
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