627 Pennsylvania Contemporary Home Design Photos

Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
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This is Pennsylvania bluestone sandset in a rough ashlar type pattern.
That is cut Pennsylvania bluestone slate, sandset laid in a rough ashlar pattern.
That is cut Pennsylvania bluestone slate, sandset laid in a rough ashlar pattern
This is Pennsylvania bluestone sandset in a rough ashlar type pattern. edges mortared in.
Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla That is cut Pennsylvania bluestone slate, sandset laid in a rough ashlar pattern.
The stone used (Pennsylvania bluestone) and the finish (plain yoghurt mixed with water and brushed on)
“organic feel” — clarestaton
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Farquar Lake Residence
Ideabooks18,115
Questions14
Thank you Cheryl. The entire fireplace is clad in natural Pennsylvania Bluestone. The lower portion in slabs and the upper portion in a snapped face thin veneer. The corners are 90 degree pieces which convey the sense
The stone is a Pennsylvania Bluestone (Blue/Blue color). The lower portion of the fireplace surround are slabs with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped
The stone is a Pennsylvania Bluestone (Blue/Blue color). The lower portion of the fireplace surround are slabs with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped
“Fireplace” — katiewatkinson
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Driveway and courtyard
Ideabooks3,045
Questions4
It is Connecticut or Pennsylvania Bluestone, about 1" to 1 1/2" thick. I have a feeling that if you are talking square meters that it might not be available in your area.
Connecticut or Pennsylvania Bluestone, about 1" to 1 1/2" thick.
Connecticut or Pennsylvania bluestone
“an idea for what a straight 5' retaining wall will look like” — hcculhane
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Torriero Home
Ideabooks1,214
Questions1
When Gino and Mali Torriero designed and built their family’s Pennsylvania home, they prioritized light and natural materials. “Natural light should be everywhere, even if it’s small amounts,” says Mali, an architect atLuca
Location: Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Size: 4,500 square feet (418 square meters) on 10 acres; 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms Year completed: 2013 Cost to build: $850,000
“Very modern... like the placement of the deck area too.” — Tara Link
Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
Family Heritage in a Modern Home
Ideabooks1,158
Questions0
from her grandmother. "I gravitate towards objects with family history or fond memories," she says. The dining room opens to a city patio.Table: Pennsylvania House; chairs: Fleet Brushed Nickel, CB2; shelving: Sloane, Crate & Barrel
“Railing” — sdoar
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks3,106
Questions2
These are recycled beams from a 200 year old Pennsylvania barn. I love that you can sense the history in each notch.
“mixing reclaimed beams with vg fir looks pretty good to me” — Dave and Karen Stewart
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
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$60,000 & Over Award Level: Honorable Mention Project Description: The residence is located in an upscale suburban sub-division in Northeastern Pennsylvania. The home was designed by an architect from California and is decidingly modern and abstract compared to neighboring homes. The architect was direct
Sloped plantings w/ boulders - Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Assn.
“Nice painting” — sheilakart
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Mountaintop Pool Project
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Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Residential $60,000 & Over Award Level: Bronze Project Description: On their mountain top farm in Northeastern Pennsylvania, the clients desired a pool area that felt disjoint from their home, its own space. It had to feel calm. We feel we absolutely accomplished this
“Steps” — fruthopia
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