820 monolith Home Design Photos

Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,193
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“Stone” — jushan
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
New Bridge, OR: The Pennock Family
Ideabooks104
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There's a multi-generational monolithic dome in Yuma, Arizona which I'd love to see an article on. I'd also love to see monolithic domes discussed more. If you don't know what a monolithic dome is, check this green, sustainable construction concept out at www.monolithic.com and see for yourself. (Here's
(Here's an article about the Yuma Dome: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/yumadome-a-multigenerational-monolithic-dome-home )
“jolynneowen We bought our 1875 house 10 years ago to move my parents in with us. Previous owners ha” — esterkaren
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
9 Reviews
New England Residential Project
Ideabooks3,197
Questions1
Monolith stone bench
large monolith stone bench
“Landscape” — kvoradeth
Conrado - Home Builders
8 Reviews
Saratoga Mediterranean Custom Home
Ideabooks3,167
Questions4
Monolithic stairs and walls
“Niches” — lynn5
Terry Iverson Photography
Terry Iverson
Ideabooks3,003
Questions2
Monolithic, room-dividing fireplace with simple venting stovepipe.” “invisible doorsFloor, fireplace-Cam” “Love the floors...Open floor plan...open plan.
Monolithic, room-dividing fireplace with simple venting stovepipe.
“2 sided dividing fireplace” — mattm1387
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
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love the large pots that stand like monoliths
pots rocks monolithic
“Sago + container/water feature” — Woodley's
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Boxenbaum Residence
Ideabooks3,590
Questions1
monolithic vertical element and flat/ shallow/ thin stairs
Monolithic divider
“roofline / patio off living.family room” — oxford1727
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks2,816
Questions3
This Texas house, designed by Cornerstone Architects, is composed primarily of two materials: limestone and concrete. Both appear fairly flat and monolithic, though the latter does have a couple horizontal gaps occurring on the left side above and below an opening in the wall.
This Texas house, designed by Cornerstone Architects, is composed primarily of two materials: limestone and concrete. Both appear fairly flat and monolithic, though the latter does have a couple horizontal gaps occurring on the left side above and below an opening in the wall.
“Driveway and entrance” — mchouse75
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