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Candlelight Homes
9 Reviews
Modified Telluride by Candlelight Homes
Ideabooks26,250
Questions30
This home was built by Candlelight Homes for the 2011 Salt Lake Parade of Homes.
Could you please tell me what brand and color of siding was used on this home? Thanks!!
Beautiful home.. Where did you purchase your kitchen cabinets for this home?
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This home is a modified version of Candlelight's Telluride Home Design. This home is 5422 square feet.
We have a variety of home designs. You can see them
Great home, great paint colours, I would love to have my home repainted!
This home is 5422 square feet.
square footage of this home is: 6361 SF. Basement: 3054 SF Main: 2062 SF Upper: 1245 SF We would love to get a review from you here on Houzz. You can do this at: www.houzz.com/writeReview/cmd=r/n=candlelight-homes
“Exterior” — kccmfamily
Natural Balance Home Builders
9 Reviews
LEED Platinum Home
Ideabooks9,664
Questions7
Would love to see the floor plan. Lovely home.
Would love to see the floor plan. Lovely home.” “Design a new home like a pro!” “controversy so that you can make more
more informed decisions about a specific LEED certified home. Here are some key visual clues to help you understand what you're likely to see in a LEED home and with a sustainable home in general:” “This means that some LEED certified homes will offer the best of environmental features, respect local
Beautiful light- beautiful size- beautiful home!!!!
controversy so that you can make more informed decisions about a specific LEED certified home. Here are some key visual clues to help you understand what you're likely to see in a LEED home and with a sustainable home in general:
“light” — hinaika
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks2,840
Questions1
Warm Up Your Home With an Evergreen Windbreak#hzfooter5604783{overflow:hidden !important;transition:height 0.8s ease 0.5s;-webkit-transition:height 0.8s ease 0.5s;} #hzfooter5604783:hover{overflow-y:auto !important;height:51px!important;}Architecture, interior design, and more ∨Home improvement can
Holiday home...? Boutique hotel in the mountains...?
Winter’s icy cold can be exacerbated by strong winds. Left unchecked, this cold air can penetrate windows, doors and other small openings in your home’s facade. An evergreen windbreak can reduce wind velocity by two-thirds and reduce heating bills by 20 to 30 percent.
by strong winds. Left unchecked, this cold air can penetrate windows, doors and other small openings in your home’s facade. An evergreen windbreak can reduce wind velocity by two-thirds and reduce heating bills by 20 to 30 percent.
“density + glass” — Stephanie Reed
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Sea Ranch Residence
Ideabooks1,192
Questions4
inform and influence a home’s architecture. In the best cases, the land would be poorer if the home were not there. In the worse cases, the opposite is true. Whether you’re designing new or adding on to an existing house, ask your architect to consider how the land and home will bond.
"I wish that our homes bond with and become inseparable from their land. " by the
I wish that our homes bond with and become inseparable from their land. Whether it’s Palladio’s Villa Rotunda or Wright’s Fallingwater or anything else, all good homes start with an inexorable bond with the land they are part of. Form, color,
, chimneys do double duty when they’re elegant architectural statements. Standing tall and prominent on the exterior, they add visual interest to a home and — when covered in a complementary material — can provide a provocative contrast to the other volumes in the structure.
“Exterior but stone fire place, wood panels instead” — victoriacampbell07
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Ideabooks1,080
Questions0
This dream retirement home for a couple with a big family
building has grown from the site, and we in turn feel more connected to the earth. See more of this houseTell us: How is your home integrated with its topography?More: Cliffside Homes Encourage Living on the Edge
23. A Desert Stunner Highlights NatureThis dream retirement home for a couple with a big family makes good use of its desert environment. Not only does the design mimic the environment's color palette, the site slope
“desert, multiple tiered layers of hosue” — sophiaj786
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Ideabooks1,614
Questions1
Very stunning. How large is this home? Thank you.
I want to make my dream home look like this from a distance.
Simply BEAUTIFUL!!! Someday soon, I'm hiring this person to produce my vacation home in Arizona.
This stunning desert home opens up to views that extend 40 miles
Oh yeah, 5 acres. What else do you put there? The home sits on a 5-acre lot, overlooking a riparian
The home sits on a 5-acre lot, overlooking a riparian corridor that animals move along. While some grading was required for the house, Tate was able to balance the cut and fill within the site.
“moddys texas dream house” — isaackimberly
Chang + Sylligardos Architects
1 Review
Exterior 1
Ideabooks2,856
Questions3
geometric creating a grid form by the different rooms intersecting within the home.
Take some inspiration from this modern masterpiece whether you're own home is traditional or contemporary. If your garage door isn't your curb appeal's best asset, paint it the same shade as the exterior. This way it sort of disappears allowing the stronger elements to shine. Hey, if you spent $145k
offend the architect, but this reminds me of a house made from Legos. The perfect little cubes work together to create a beautifully structured modern home. Driving up to this house out of the forest must be quite unexpected.
“modern” — lovestyle97
THINK Architecture - John Shirley
West Facade
Ideabooks7,159
Questions9
where was this photo taken? such a beautiful home
I can imagine the views. Home sweet home
Love the mountains my dream mountain home
wood and stone contemporary home
Incredible home, incredible location
Mountain home...nice mountain home...Nice sloped home
“interesting” — nallyhouse
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