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Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Paddington Butterfly House
Ideabooks637
Questions0
you understand your role in the project as well as the contributions of other team members. That means participating in the process from the start so that
“Door” — cherub54
CplusC Architectural Workshop
4 Reviews
Tennyson Point
Ideabooks741
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Scale is as important as colours and materials with canopies, pergolas and other overhead structures. If you relate their dimensions to the proportions of
“Too much wood” — tilleyfamily
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks4,636
Questions3
about all this metal, sunshades can also be constructed of wood or some other material. This shade also acts as a canopy for an entrance (on the right)
“flat entrance, basement still above ground but clearly not entrance” — forrestski
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Cycle House
Ideabooks8,166
Questions9
more important to the young architect’s career than the bottom line. On the other hand, the hotshot firm might do a better job, because it’s more experienced
“House side view” — tecka
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Exterior
Ideabooks7,104
Questions2
Design into hillsides and other topographic features. This home is built into its terrain, and that makes its inhabitants feel rooted and secure. Sometimes
“Faces” — loicterrien
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks626
Questions0
the interior. The architect used a second-floor overhanging balcony (among other strategies) to provide some shade from the summer sun.
“Modern, high-performance design” — River Architects
Andrew Snow Photography
Trinity-Bellwoods Townhouse
Ideabooks2,233
Questions4
The rear facade, on the other hand, was transformed immensely. A uniform wall of charcoal-stained cedar boards frames two large expanses of glass, behind
“Like the mix of stone, rock, dirt” — mrpeapod
Terry Iverson Photography
Terry Iverson
Ideabooks12,292
Questions3
to position the inside and outside floor heights in relationship to each other. To create as smooth and seamless a transition as possible, they should
“nana wall” — webkevin
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