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Michael Wolk Design Associates
12 Reviews
SNAPPER CREEK
Ideabooks2,650
Questions1
Green house side yard idea...glass roof...the glass roof an wall....glass roofing...Roof of glass...Glass roof /aluminum...Glass Roof?
“Roof” — kpshnd
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks1,258
Questions2
What is the name of the paint on the green door?
lively colours, energy and clean lines
sloping window like roof...yellow and green colours...Green Door...Green beadboard...Green barn door...Orange with bright green.
“translucent bath door” — perham
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
Ideabooks1,676
Questions6
View through clerestory hall with living room and then screened porch on right, room divider to kitchen on left, study at end of hall. Photograph by David
beams angle in opposite direction of roof pitch
This vaulted ceiling matches the slopes of two-tiered roof.
Roof layout...Nice roof...CC- porch addition roof connect
“Upper windows” — icy_island
Meditch Murphey Architects
1 Review
Trees on the Roof
Ideabooks565
Questions1
love the effect of green vine growing in the home. zz
do twig vine, and have a living wall. Then the wall behind the stairs could be shelves and stairs to the office.
Staircase glass roof send light throughout the house. Staircase skylight
white house. The basement level here is the red floor. The main floor is green, yellow and orange, and the upper floor is blue. Kasthall rugs are used
“Staircase glass roof send light throughout the house. Staircase skylight” — dendar
Noel Cross+Architects
7 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks9,644
Questions11
stone veneer, and integral color plaster are combined with strong horizontal roof lines that emphasize the expansive nature of the site and capture the “bigness”
and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features include: - a 5 kW roof mounted grid-tied PV solar array pays for most of the electrical needs, and
Who says green and sustainable design has to look like it? Designed to emulate the owner’s favorite country club, this fine estate home blends in with
intoxicatingly beautiful, one hardly notices its numerous energy saving and green features. Durable, natural and handsome materials such as stained cedar
Thank you...I live a small midwest town and its hard to find flooring rich with color....Mohawk or Shaw is it and I think due to our economic base, we
“Hardwood” — tdp602
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks3,645
Questions3
cabinet with countertop with window on top and wooden panel wall for living room (clerestory windows on top)
dark tray ceiling
“Lobby shelf” — jokamaal1
Specht Harpman Architects
4 Reviews
West Lake Hills Residence
Ideabooks224
Questions0
lush live oak canopy that covers the property. The house, which is articulated by cantilevered volumes, ribbon windows, two roof decks, a green roof, and
“l love the blue paint and how it exaggerates the statue. The book shelf!” — niaecc
Cornerstone Architects
25 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks9,371
Questions6
glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The
limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater
Geothermal heated concrete floor (versus engineered oak floor) throughout main living areas.
“concrete floor” — oakridgetim
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