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Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Dani Ridge House
Ideabooks1,183
Questions2
earth sheltering - built into side of hill
This does not interfere with the hilltop horizon. it blends in. also like the use of stone retaining wall.
like it built into the hill...house built into hillside...built into hill...Built garage into hillside...built into hillside...built in hill
“Cool” — Kathie Boyett
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
7 Reviews
Brucewood
Ideabooks7,260
Questions5
what we can do with the built-in planter for our lower step of our deck
built in flower pot for grasses along side of side porch... also
Color, built in planters...built in planter...nice porch..in wood...Built in Deck Planters 2...Built in planters....built in planters
“interesting deck” — wrightcity
Sam Crawford Architects
Cooper House
Ideabooks10,025
Questions4
More built-in bench. Could do this on the 10' side of the
Built in bench with table and add'l bench
Built in bench on deck, Net ceiling...Built in bence...built in sides of deck...Built in grill...built in bench...built in seating
“Deck” — beclew
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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M+A Architecture Studio
Next House
Ideabooks915
Questions2
cast-in-place concrete structure with clerestory windows. “It feels like a pavilion in a garden” “of the work themselves. They designed and built all the
wood-frame construction of their first small home. So they designed a complex cast-in-place concrete structure with clerestory windows. “It feels like a pavilion
Schatz says. The couple did a lot of the work themselves. They designed and built all the formwork for the concrete but had someone else pour it. They drew
wood-frame construction of their first small home. So they designed a complex cast-in-place concrete structure with clerestory windows. “It feels like a pavilion
“Love the cantilevered rough with windows at the top for sunlight but also shade not direct light int” — Tj Wojtas
CNC Building
1 Review
441 Project
Ideabooks915
Questions2
from a lamp with a reflector. Architectural lighting The term used for built-in, hard wired or direct-wired lighting fixtures. Portable fixture Lighting
upstairs master and integrated bench in/out with storage
beam from a lamp with a reflector.Architectural lightingThe term used for built-in, hard wired or direct-wired lightingfixtures.Portable fixtureLighting fixture
beam from a lamp with a reflector.Architectural lightingThe term used for built-in, hard-wired or direct-wired lighting fixtures.Portable fixtureA lighting
“Layout” — monikakirstin
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
Contemporary Woodland
Ideabooks2,081
Questions1
Boston suburb that blurs the line between traditional and modern, natural and built spaces. At the front of the house, three evenly spaced fastigiate ginkgo
Boston suburb that blurs the line between traditional and modern, natural and built spaces. To the side of the house, a stepping stone path winds past a stewartia
All the natural lighting this house lets in.
screened-in porches of yesteryear (though we love that style too). Hill takes us on a tour of interesting modern and contemporary screened-in porches that
“Staircase” — treter
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks7,414
Questions11
6. Do some hardscaping. Built-in concrete planters, a low stone wall or new paths are all great ways to
6. Do some hardscaping. Built-in concrete planters, a low stone wall or new paths are all great ways to
6. Do some landscapingBuilt-in concrete planters, a low stone wall or new garden paths are all great ways
“Concrete cascade steps, planters” — hanchoy
CplusC Architectural Workshop
6 Reviews
Castlecrag
Ideabooks924
Questions0
Like built-in BBQ on the side of the yard instead of cluttering up the patio.
raised pool, glass wall, grassy area and built-in grill
Built in BBq...BBQ build-in
“Above ground pool!” — Timothy Lapp
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