Best in American Living Trends
 

Best in American Living Trends

Best in American Living Trends
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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to 8 Influential Home Design Trends for 2012
Design trend no. 3: good, cost-effective designs. To keep construction costs low, we'll see multiple roof lines and complexity give way to simplified forms. Gone is the "exploding roof" design paradigm for the straightforward gable roof and rectangular form. Innovative and creative approaches to layouts, storage, curb appeal and so on will be established in the early design stage to ensure that the new designs don't become boring. This project: Gold Award, Single-Family Detached Home, 2,001–3,000 square feetHampton Lane Plan 2, San DiegoProject Team:• Architect/Designer: Bassenian/Lagoni Architects, Newport Beach, California• Builder/Developer: Pardee Homes, Los Angeles• Land Planner: Project Design Consultants, San Diego• Interior Merchandiser: Citrine Interior Design, Whittier, CaliforniaPhoto by Robb Miller Photography

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kathyhornbeak added this to kathyhornbeak's ideas
February 4, 2013
Rembrandt Builders.com added this to yooll's Favorites
December 5, 2012
clean exterior
jenninho added this to Home
August 8, 2012
simple roof lines
Design Matters Panama, Inc added this to Trends 2012
July 4, 2012
Trend 3 good, cost effective design
dime2012 added this to dime2012's ideas
June 14, 2012
simplified designs
supritha123 added this to supritha123's Favorites
May 7, 2012
Good cost effective designs
amandita14 added this to amandita14's Favorites
March 5, 2012
Ok
suecash added this to suecash's ideas
February 21, 2012
2000-3000 sq feet
tammyharris added this to home design
February 19, 2012
Far left house design
pwalczyk added this to pwalczyk's ideas
February 18, 2012
cottage addition
anyki added this to anyki's Favorites
February 18, 2012
Design trend no. 3: good, cost-effective designs. To keep construction costs low, we'll see multiple roof lines and complexity give way to simplified forms. Gone is the "exploding roof" design paradigm for the straightforward gable roof and rectangular form. Innovative and creative approaches to layouts, storage, curb appeal and so on will be established in the early design stage to ensure that the new designs don't become boring. This project: Gold Award, Single-Family Detached Home, 2,001–3,000 square feet Hampton Lane Plan 2, San Diego Project Team: • Architect/Designer: Bassenian/Lagoni Architects, Newport Beach, California • Builder/Developer: Pardee Homes, Los Angeles • Land Planner: Project Design Consultants, San Diego • Interior Merchandiser: Citrine Interior Design, Whittier, California
ksagirl added this to ksagirl's ideas
February 15, 2012
2012 trends good cost effective design
kathykate added this to kathykate's ideas
February 15, 2012
middle house exterior
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