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Coates Design Architects Seattle
ior - photos by Andrew Waits Interior - photos by Roger Turk - Northlight Photography
how can we can plans for this home
I am planning a retirement home for myself. I am
modern home? Also, what would be the color to use that resembles cedar similar to this beautiful house.
Exterior - photos by Andrew Waits Interior - photos by Roger Turk - Northlight Photography
Location and style of the home
Carolina V. Gentry, RID
Pulp Design Studios
com/ photo by Kevin Dotolo | http://kevindotolo.com/
Stone home that is the same color as this homes stone and we are remodeling. We are looking at colors and roofing and I love this color! Could you please let me know what color was used on this homes roofing and borders? Thank You so very much!
Love this home design
Scott Allen Architecture
Cliff House green roof
other photos show this. Thanks for your interest, Scott
Home Elevator 2013 #3 Many luxury homes take advantage of precarious real estate. This home is built on a cliffside. What you're looking at isn't their yard, it is a green roof. The elevator takes you down into the house. Pretty slick!
(this photo), seemingly hiding in a park-like setting so that it can be a celebration of light and transparency from the water's-edge side (previous photo).
home built on cliffside elevator takes you down into house
luxury homes take advantage of precarious real estate. This home is built on a cliffside. What you're looking at isn't their yard, it is a green roof. The elevator takes you down into the house. Pretty slick!
Seattle Architects & Designers
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Yes, the photos in John Hill's Ideabook are all from my home. Since the photos were taken (2012), the house has many more layers (rugs, furniture, art etc) and is definitely not as clean (thanks kids, dogs, cats, husband). We've added a pool to the back which ties the porches in nicely. Maybe soon, I'll
post more photos, could you post to this discussion and let us know? I would love to see what else you did - we would like to incorporate an endless swim spa pool some day and would love to see how you joined the pool to the house. Happy 2014 to you, too!
level home with shed roofs and clerestory windows.” “clestory windows, metal roof, shading with wood planks.” “Close up roof lines metal and wood” “roof line, covered porch - carpot sky lights” ““back porch, metal roof extension on pier and beam” “slanted roof and material used vs shingles” “Pitched
Odenza Homes Ltd
OH Custom 8
was this home built? If not in Pennsylvania do you build homes in PA?
I love the homes that you guys build. It looks small on the outside but lots of space on the inside!! I also love the way the back yard landscaping and the steps coming from the lower level area. I also love the detached garage in
of the home instead of the front. I love it!!!
how much does these sort of homes go for in vancouver?
I like the front of this house. Do you have some photos for the left or right side view, please?
of this home? Would you be willing to share the floor plan?
build homes outside of the Greater Vancouver district in British Columbia, Canada.
Hi johnathomas, we did not build a laneway for this home, but there is a garage. Garages are standard for all homes we build. Thanks!
THINK Architecture - John Shirley
was this photo taken? such a beautiful home
saw the photo, but I didn't know Provo had a house this attractive in it. Time for a field trip to that part of town. Great work THINK! (no more JSA?)
Incredible home, incredible location
Stunning home...feels like home...mountain home...Nice sloped home...New home...Dream home!!
Nick Noyes Architecture
Sea Ranch Residence
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
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 architect.. that is something so important. To work
interest to a home and — when covered in a complementary material — can provide a provocative contrast to the other volumes in the structure.
Kaufman Homes, Inc.
have more photos of this house.
have more photos here: http://kaufmanhomesinc.com/custom-homes.html Thanks for the interest!
Thanks I already did that and there is only this photo.
This home has an 8' head height on all the windows and doors and 10' ceilings. You could achieve a similar look with a 6'8" head height and making the windows proportional.
of the home while the pot lights create highlight the small bushes in the garden with downlighting.