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Arcademia Group Inc.
Private Residence 2
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Maximize and entice a house design
The rear of the house is even more rigid in terms of symmetry and a grid pattern, but the increased transparency makes it appropriate for this private
the glass in the back of house...House design...Entire house...House in Ontario (rear)...private side of the house.
“h” — Ali Raza
FINNE Architects
25 Reviews
Redmond House
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5-acre site has a quiet beauty, with large stands of fir and cedar. The house is a delicate structure of wood, steel, and glass perched on a stone plinth
the uphill side to 15-ft. on the downhill side. The major elements of the house are a living pavilion and a long bedroom wing, separated by a glass entry
soaring, 20-ft. high space, filled with natural light. The interior of the house is highly crafted with many custom-designed fabrications, including complex
long custom bentwood mahogany table with a blackened steel base. The house has many sustainable design features, such as the use of extensive clerestory
countertop at our Redmond house is green slate from Vermont Structural Slate company.
“counter top” — jfunnell
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Exterior Facades
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modern house architects...Color oh house...house with wood...Do to back of house...modern house exterior
“openess” — Charlene Iniguez
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
View Ridge Residence
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Wright The View Ridge House is a speculative residence above Sandpoint in Seattle. Construction was completed in May 2007 and the house sold in five days.
spaces of the house. Exterior rain-screen fiber cement panels and board and batten siding further reduce the apparent volume of the house. Front and rear
decks and trellises encourage the use of the land around the house. The 3,400 s.f. house was designed by Rhodes Architecture + Light with PAO Engineering
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
“Headboard” — lindafpierce
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
View Ridge Residence
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Wright The View Ridge House is a speculative residence above Sandpoint in Seattle. Construction was completed in May 2007 and the house sold in five days.
spaces of the house. Exterior rain-screen fiber cement panels and board and batten siding further reduce the apparent volume of the house. Front and rear
decks and trellises encourage the use of the land around the house. The 3,400 s.f. house was designed by Rhodes Architecture + Light with PAO Engineering
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
“Stairs” — Qurrystal Jackson
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
20 Reviews
Leschi Residence
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to pull wood theme to other side of house?
Should we have different more modern window style in back of house such as awning and fixed panel rather
this is the way the main house and the carraige house could be tied together
house idea
“wall window idea with the corrugated siding” — Kevin Mitchell
House in Buzen
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House in Buzen (2009) in Fukuoka, Japan, designed by Makoto Tanijiri (Suppose Design Office). Photograph: Toshiyuki Yano, courtesy of NAi Publishers
idea is good. for a house, dont love the sad gray color (pretty, but lacks expression) love the skylights
House idea. Open roof with glass...Covered walkways between house sections...house 1...House in Buzen
“techo” — adrianrolando
Barcode House, MVRDV
Ideabooks320
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Barcode House in Munich, Germany, designed by MVRDV. Photograph by Rob 't Hart, from book "MVRDV Buildings" (nai010 publishers, 2013).
why do I like this house...it's square but beautiful
separates the house's two main volumes, which are linked underground. The local planning regulations required a split into "front house" and "back house," which
barcode-like strips, each one devoted to a different use. In this case they house the bedrooms, stairs, kitchen and living area.
“Modern” — Nathan Morgan
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