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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks9,474
Questions8
Schwabe. The studio's small size means a reduced carbon footprint, and Schwabe sited and shaped it to make the most of natural light and ventilation.
What is his map of this house?...Good look for cabin site
“everything” — Vanessa Christie
Joni L. Janecki & Associates, Inc.
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks684
Questions0
innovative home, designed with Feldman Architecture, sits lightly on its site and connects outwards to the Preserve’s landscape. We located the structure
s as possible. Rammed earth walls, built using earth excavated from the site, define outdoor living spaces and serve to retain the soil along the edges
LEED house A rural home that is well integrated with its site can respond to the local natural environment and even contribute to the area's
of irrigation needs), the impact of the building can be minimal and the site can serve as an extension of the natural surroundings.
look of a LEED home is its relationship with its site.A rural home that is well integrated with its site can respond to the local natural environment and
“Love the open circular drive” — sashastylist
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Fall House
Ideabooks1,122
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homes look like they’ve landed on the site out of nowhere. We wanted to make the home indistinguishable from the site, totally embedded and following the
débarquant de nulle part. Nous voulions totalement intégrer la maison au site, pour qu’elle se confonde avec son environnement jusque dans ses contours
low profile conforming to the site
“the way the house is terraced with the land” — wendykayfoldes
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
Ideabooks3,578
Questions5
the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project. This project
project emphasizes the relationship between site and building by creating indoor and outdoor spaces that respond to the surrounding environment and change throughout
the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project. This project
project emphasizes the relationship between site and building by creating indoor and outdoor spaces that respond to the surrounding environment and change throughout
“More details about the interior and the construction” — hsreisjr
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
LK House
Ideabooks1,953
Questions1
Using them as screens against less desirable views or noisy areas of the site is particularly useful and appropriate.
Using them as screens against less desirable views or noisy areas of the site is particularly useful and appropriate. More: Design Workshop: The ‘Disappearing’
Using them as screens against less desirable views or noisy areas of the site is particularly useful and appropriate.More: Design Workshop: The ‘Disappearing’
Using them as screens against less desirable views or noisy areas of the site is particularly useful and appropriate.TELL USWhich of these homes is your
“concrete carport” — vstidman
hughesumbanhowar architects
6 Reviews
Big Timber Riverside
Ideabooks681
Questions0
rattlesnakes, the project was moved downhill to a new creekside site. Since the new site is in a flood plain (the lowest point of the house marks the highest
Siting and windows.
“modern western glass ranch” — pamelamcgaha
Colizza Bruni Architecture Inc.
Front to Back Infill
Ideabooks2,376
Questions1
vertically adds volume without increasing the footprint. This helps to minimize site costs, which can often be substantial.
vertically adds volume without increasing the footprint. This helps to minimize site costs, which can often be substantial.
Thin site and volume play
“Narrow home” — kirkwilliams
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House entry
Ideabooks447
Questions0
SLOPED SITE: The site slopes up a little more than 16 feet (5 meters) from front to rear.
The site slopes up a little more than 16 feet (5 meters) from front to rear. Behind the house the grade rises an additional 6½ feet (2 meters) to the adjacent
The site slopes up a little more than 5 metres from front to rear. Behind the house
The site slopes up a little more than 16 feet from front to rear. Behind the house
“Cladding” — rdiamondau
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