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Living Room with Erkol Love Seat
better with the addition of an angled lamp. Depending on what you’re doing in the room, you can move the lamp around, shining it up and out for a wider path of light, or angling it down and over for a cosy reading session.
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Best of Houzz 2014
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Sandberg Design LLC
Remodel Sierra Madre
would fill the bill nicely. Try to find the most secluded spot in your garden for the oasis — perhaps behind a fluffy bamboo tree and down a pea gravel path, or tucked against an ivy-covered garden wall.More: 8 Bohemian Bedrooms Trek Effortlessly Into Style
Barlis Wedlick Architects, Hudson River Studio
Hudson Passive Project
In the winter passive solar design takes as much heat as possible from the sun. This means orienting the house toward the sun’s path and making sure that the winter sun’s low angle is able to penetrate as much of the inside of the home as possible.Learn more about this Passive House
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
Oldrange Family Home
straight shot through the interior from the outdoor space by the master suite to the front court, as well as the layering of four parallel strips: interior path, outdoor space under the roof, pool and grass. We can also see into the grandparents' suite, which lies at the end of the pool.
Saratoga Creek House
the prior shot is bordered by a curving granite walkway that mimics the edge of the creek bed. This stunning sculpture patio lies at the end of the path. Wilson designed this sculpture himself, lining up steel rods to echo the shape of the creek. Since the creek isn't really visible from most of the
John Maniscalco Architecture
Cole Valley Hillside
important consideration, given that artificial light can affect the color rendition of foods. But this photo makes it clear that as the sun traces its path overhead, its direct rays can lead to heat gain (requiring more air conditioning).
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
enough wall area to highlight the art as a focal point."The sculpture "works especially well on this wall," he says, "since it's along a circulation path that provides a variety of angles from which to view the work."