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Eisner Design LLC
house idea, love the slant roof and windows
guest house?...Mom's future house...glass house 1...lake house...green house...Lil hous...cool house...Guest house...House for old age
Seattle Custom Home Builder & Remodeler
Best of Houzz 2013
Best of Houzz 2013
Ventana Construction is a full-service professional remodeler and custom home builder. We build custom homes from the ground up as well as large-scale remodels and additions.
abodwell interior design- Brittney Fischbeck
Love the back mod the house
house exterior and interior integration
contemporary house design...large view windows
This house is AWESOME
Holi's House...Transparent house...Whole house
Rhodes Architecture + Light
View Ridge Residence
Ridge House is a speculative residence above Sandpoint in Seattle. Construction was completed in May 2007 and the house sold in five days. The VR House is raised above an existing concrete foundation to take advantage of Lake Washington views but it was important that the scale of the house fit into
The houses form is broken into two gabled volumes linked by a central stair. The central atrium floods the interior with day light and is the focus of the open spaces of the house. Exterior rain-screen fiber cement panels and board and batten siding further reduce the apparent volume of the house.
around the house. The 3,400 s.f. house was designed by Rhodes Architecture + Light with PAO Engineering, LightWire, Lighting Design, and was built by Summit Development LLC.
ranch house which inserts a new steel and glass volume between the existing house and carport. The new volume is taller in the back in order to create a more expansive interior within the otherwise compressed horizontality of the ranch house. The large expanse of glass looks out onto a private yard
of the house, cantilevered out, but still works in the overall design
Like the front window, the back window projects from the house, cantilevered a foot or two above the ground. But unlike on the the front, all the glass here is clear, and the area inside is an extension of the floor, giving more
through the house, see next pic
Back of house bay window for more light, etc.
the other end of the rectangular extension... this is the back of the house.
Pool House (2010) Project and Works Management Location Los Castores I, Nordelta, Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina Total Area 457 m² Photo Luis Abregú Pool House> Principal> Arq. Alejandro Amoedo Lead Designer> Arq. Lucas D’Adamo Baumann Project Manager> Hernan Montes de Oca Collaborators> Federico
to the house towards the center of the lot, allowing for wider perspectives at the rear of the lot and without limits to the environment. Aligned on the front façade are the garages, study, toilet and service rooms: laundry, pantry, one bedroom, one bathroom and the barbecue area. This geometry created
of the house, which was designed by combining vehicle and pedestrian access. The social areas are organized from the access hall around an inner yard that integrates natural light to the different environments. The kitchen, the dining room, the gallery and the sitting room are aligned and overlooking
kevin akey - azd associates
designed this house? Which architectural firm
I love how the windows set off the house. I wondered if they're black or a dark colored brushed bronze. Also wondered if they're aluminum. What a beautiful creation
of this house. Can someone help me please.
The effect of the lights on the front of this house is extraordinary!!
Is that a glass slide in the back of the house ?
NICE house!! this is in Ft Lauderdale. I like the driveway
way the house is lit up with all pot lights is very dramatic and the way the palm trees are lit up with flood lights is very dramatic.
exterior materials on the house, shape
Ana Williamson Architect
Menlo Oaks Residence
The way the tree is part of the whole feel of the house
garage extends in front of the house
This house in Menlo Park, near San Francisco, is another example of relating the design to the landscape, this time by embracing it. A mature tree in the front of the house was not only preserved, but was made the focus of the U-shape plan.
of the house, allowing the landscaping to feel like it is an extension of the home rather than a separate space. The single tree, with its sculptural form, is the only statement piece needed for this entry.
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
Side of house instead of Masonry.
I like the curve to it and how the roof goes out over the house.
into your house by hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The Victorian cook was also a terrific recycler and wasted no scrap of food.
water tanks for spa (above ground, but set into deck). See Olle Lundberg, Sonoma house.
of the house, down a slight slope. The placement reduces their visual impact.
Water will become a much more valuable resource, just as it was when you had to carry every drop into your house by hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a
around the house.Things to keep in mind: This category is fairly straightforward. But you do have to achieve at least 3 points. There are several easy fixes you can pursue, such as low-flow toilets and energy-rated appliances. Harvesting rainwater and using other sources of recycled water are rewarded, as