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Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
View Ridge Residence
Ideabooks2,641
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View Ridge House is a speculative residence above Sandpoint in Seattle. Construction was completed in May 2007 and the house sold in five days. The VR House is raised above an existing concrete foundation to take advantage of Lake Washington views but it was important that the scale of the house fit into
The houses form is broken into two gabled volumes linked by a central stair. The central atrium floods the interior with day light and is the focus of the open spaces of the house. Exterior rain-screen fiber cement panels and board and batten siding further reduce the apparent volume of the house. Front
Front and rear decks and trellises encourage the use of the land around the house. The 3,400 s.f. house was designed by Rhodes Architecture + Light with PAO Engineering, LightWire, Lighting Design, and was built by Summit Development LLC.
“stacked oversize tile” — alisonpulley
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks4,879
Questions7
Complete interior renovation of a 1980s split level house in the Virginia suburbs. Main level includes reading room, dining, kitchen, living and master bedroom suite. New front elevation at entry, new rear deck and complete re-cladding of the house. Interior: The prototypical layout of the split level
levels, in addition to an open flow between the major spaces on the upper level where they spend most of their time. ExteriorThe exterior entry of the house was a fragmented composition of disparate elements. The rear of the home was blocked off from views due to small windows, and had a difficult to use
the interior and exterior spaces. SOLUTIONS The overriding strategy was to create a spatial sequence allowing a seamless flow from the front of the house through the living spaces and to the exterior, in addition to unifying the upper and lower spaces. This was accomplished by creating a "reading room"
“If you do a top mount sink, you can have a drawer” — kwmacatee
Shane D. Inman
6 Reviews
Classic Contemporary Residence
Ideabooks59,411
Questions21
Afternoon - thanks for your question. The shower and tub is actually out of the shot of this photo - you can see it in the other photos of this house. Have a great day Shane www.theinmancompany.com
Good Morning and thank you for your question. The designer of this residence is me - Shane D. Inman. You can find my complete profile under the picture or at my company website. Thank you very much and have a great day Shane www.theinmancompany
Good Morning and thank you for your question. The bathroom walls are covered in marble tile. Have a great day Shane www.theinmancompany.com
Good Morning and thank you for your question The wall tile that you see here in this master suite is marble. Have a great day Shane www.theinmancompany.com
“If I can't knock out wall opening up like this is an option” — daisey1025
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Intimate Hideaway
Ideabooks6,513
Questions3
I need ideas on siding my house
What a modern day tweak on the hot tub!
Feels like a spa. Great for a weekend house
Outdoor bath for down south house
Naturalist? Have you always been a bit of a naturalist who enjoys showering or bathing outdoors? Why not wash the day away in a spacious exterior bathtub which is made cosy by the addition of scattered flower petals, pillar candles and yummy treats for two. Of course
retreat. A soak in this bath is best accompanied by some very good Champagne.TELL USWhat elements of a hotel-style bathroom would you want at your house? Let us know in the comments section below.
“Rocks and wood” — cinpchen
DWYER DESIGN
vivian dwyer
Ideabooks2,652
Questions1
surround the property, connecting with the outside and making the house feel bigger. The movement of light during the day activates different parts of the house, while layering the lighting carries this magical effect to the night. This house is a perfect example of how to live well in a small space. P
Wright at Taliesin West, designed the 1,000-sq-ft Radius House in 1960. The current owners, Andrew and Kim Todd, contractor Kevin Smith and designer Vivian Dwyer agreed that the goal of this project was to insert modern elements into this house of the earth. The roof was rebuilt to allow for adequate
This mid-century house is the ultimate setting for a Nelson Light. If you check out the whole house, you'll see it's the Radius House, thus a spherical light is appropriate.
“Is it possible to have the tub ground level, so it can actually be under the ground?” — saryy
Shane D. Inman
6 Reviews
Lake Michigan Retreat
Ideabooks5,988
Questions5
Good Morning, Thank you so much for you question and for the compliment! All the marble in the entire bathroom is one type - Tumbled Marble. Please feel free to ask any more questions and I would be glad to help you out. Have a good day! Shane www
years, I am going to have to guess. I am thinking that I designed the shower to be 60" x 60". I do hope that information helps you Have a wonderful day! Shane www.theinmancompany.com
pool house bath but need much smaller scale
“No doors on shower” — cmehlhaff
CTA Architects Engineers
Whitefish Private Spa and Pool House
Ideabooks73,442
Questions21
Whitefish Private Spa and Pool House
is that house in the pictures yours?
I wish this was my house!! but no, it's way to nice for my paycheck...
sum of $4,000, plus expenses and approved adjustments. Statements based on the work completed shall be sent on a bimonthly basis and are due within 15 days.”
“very nice and different” — Rory Newbold Kennels
RKD Architects, Inc
1 Review
Pa Gomo
Ideabooks5,512
Questions1
I like everything about it I want this for my house
Would work great in Texas house.
to melt away the cares of the day. In this glass-walled bathroom, a continuous natural stone wall, built from rocks that were harvested from the site, links the interior and exterior.
10. There’s nothing like a long soak in a deep tub to melt away the cares of the day. In this glass-walled bathroom
“hot tub is enclosed” — sjadak
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