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Charlie Barnett Associates
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks1,730
Questions3
Terrace to 1st floor (round empty space) to living room.
open roof...sun roof
“skylight” — huckbucket
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Montain Home
Ideabooks13,594
Questions4
Thanks!!! This is an indoor pool and I have used a retractable roof to enjoy the natural light. My office is in Brazil, but I do projects around the world. If you need more information, please send an email to eduar
Lanterns for recess in living room
sliding wall, flat roof
“Lanterns” — ratbear
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks12,079
Questions5
Sorry, I was referring to the stand in seam roof.
metal roof...standing seam roof...Can I live here?
“Pool area” — paigeisfun
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks27,083
Questions7
For the indoor/outdoor area, what type of material did you use for the roof?
like the pergola roof
Can I please live here?
“Porch” — dimag13
EcoNest Architecture Inc
3 Reviews
Little EcoNest, Santa Fe NM
Ideabooks475
Questions0
Japanese braces surround and define the living room core. Its rice paper ceiling is echoed by the shoji panels, which retract to reveal the round window of the bedroom beyond. A simple alter with a black granite sill is built into the central axis on the living room wall. Photo Credit: Laurie Dickson
“Exposed wood and ceiling” — ricetech
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Sacred Space New Home & Clinic
Ideabooks109
Questions0
Designed by renowned architect and 'sacred geometer' David Yarbrough, this sacred space in Corbett, Oregon combines three functions under one roof: a Chinese medicine healing arts center, a community center, and a 1400 SF new home. An earth plaster, cedar chip, clay slip, natural wood slat wall system
“Cool green square” — maureenwitte
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks13,739
Questions6
Plants Introducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the palette focused — green foliage is more appropriate than
dont always need color, green foilage is good too, bonsai! bamboo!
Secret: PlantsIntroducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the palette focused — green foliage is more appropriate than
“cement wall around tall grass” — kimrudisill
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
Ideabooks618
Questions0
Roof Extension
roof & Windows
“Балкон” — kbobr
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