55 spanish courtyards homes Contemporary Hall Design Photos

Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
McEwan Residence
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Once a two-story Spanish style home, the Warm Contemporary remodel/addition is nearly complete. The home features a new modern kitchen, a glass entry wine room, an upstairs family room with wood floors and ceilings.
“Puerta” — Higinio Paredes
Virginia's Premier Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Cynthia Bennett & Associates
3 Reviews
Pasadena Penthouse
Ideabooks11
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home theater
smart home
Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
McEwan Residence
Ideabooks41
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Once a two-story Spanish style home, the Warm Contemporary remodel/addition is nearly complete. The home features a new modern kitchen, a glass entry wine room, an upstairs family room with wood floors and ceilings.
“Bois au plafond” — conceptionm
OBM International
The Reefs at Ballast Bay
Ideabooks291
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This contemporary home sits comfortably amidst the treetops overlooking the surf break at Cane Garden Bay. The innovative use of materials combined with strict attention to detail has resulted in a very clean modern interpretation of the traditional Caribbean hillside home. A focus on sustainability
of a high quality living environment with minimal impact on the global environment. The open, free-flowing design results in a contemporary Caribbean home with a comfortable scale while making the most of the location’s spectacular views.
“Rocks” — Jonathan Jayden
Gary Gladwish Architecture
6 Reviews
Eagle Ridge
Ideabooks920
Questions3
Thanks so much, the entire home is spectacular!
Like the wooden touch at the front door...love that the materials used in this home reflects the outdoor surroundings
All Orcas Island home
San Juan Island Home
interior courtyard
“way to hide the tv” — treeclimber65
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Cupertino, CA 1
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creates intimate courtyard spaces in the front and rear. Colored concrete tiled floors, counter-tops, and fireplace surrounds along with a modern use of materials and colors, create light filled uplifting spaces
This 4,000 S.F. remodeled home manages to salvage a recently updated portion of the original house. Straight forward geometry, clean lines and details create a contemporary character and stunning impression. The design is light and airy with tall ceilings and abundant windows. The "H"-shaped plan creates
Architectural Workshop
Airport House
Ideabooks218
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framework and all-glass atrium bisect the hangar and the living quarters and allow natural light to flood the open living spaces. Sited around an open courtyard with a reflecting pool and outdoor kitchen, the master suite and main living spaces form two ‘wood box’ wings. Mature landscaping and natural materials
tile, stained wood doors, windows and trim ground the home into its environment, while two-sided fireplaces, large glass doors and windows open the house to the spectacular western views. Designed with high-tech and sustainable features, this home received a LEED silver certification. LaCasse Photography
spatial orientations of the primary spaces mirror the aeronautical layout of the runway infrastructure. The owners are passionate pilots and wanted their home to reflect the high-tech nature of their plane as well as their love for contemporary and sustainable design, utilizing natural materials in an open
“barn slider on linen closet” — rkturrill
Western Window Systems
33 Reviews
Seaside Living: Corona del Mar, California
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especially the Series 600 Multi-Slide, where it’s used to enhance features such as indoor/outdoor living areas and a guest casita that opens to a courtyard. Photos by Jeri Koegel.
“Dramatic” and “no detail spared” are two ways to describe this stunning home in Corona del Mar. Located on an oversized bluff side lot with views of Newport Harbor, Catalina, and the Pacific Ocean, the contemporary dwelling is the work of Brandon Architects Inc. and Spinnaker Development. Door and window
“Open bright” — headylavender
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