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Steve Zagorski, Architect
10 Reviews
Block House
Hello Steve, I want to use your image to recreate the house in 3D software to present in a 3D project. Do you mind if I use it? Thanks
Hi Dan... Yes this is an addition renovation project and the original house was a simple gable that we then continued the plain of the roof from opposite
gray in it, it also works as a neutral, allowing the bold green color of the home's entry to pop.
windows horizontal for front of house...Gate to hide the house from the road.
“Colors” — bcirullo
Woodfield Brady Architects
House, Henley on Thames
How can I find out more about this house? I live in the states and would love to be able to describe this style when I inquire
Modern add on to historic brick home
Home Addition - Old mixed with new...Half glass half brick house...for uptown SJ home...Red brick like london houses...Our future house...This...This is my dream home!!!...my lit up house...House, Henley on Thames
“Modern and old” — venuss29
Solar Solutions Design
Yarra Glen
downward sloping house is genius...less digging with the added benefit of a level patio!
keeping a lawn looking as good as it does during an open-house inspection. If you’re time-poor, a house with minimal garden but plenty of outdoor living space
Love the whole style of the home...House design...House in Evia...Ideas for building a house...Australia home
“Window screen” — dowsey
Design Group Three
6 Reviews
Unique New Home by Robert Prindiville
Three to design and build a new home that is contemporary, but respectful of the site’s agricultural past. Massing of the house gestures toward agricultural
l buildings in the area. The location of the house on the site, window placement and multiple outdoor living areas take full advantage of views into s
Wondering what the siding is on this house? Love it! Thanks!
your interest in our project. The stucco product on the exterior of this home is made by Senergy. The texture is Sahara, and the color is Badger #3108
Light in middle of house up to 2nd floor
Unique New Home by Robert Prindiville...Great looking house Bob - stick built?...Asphalt comp shingle roof on farm house
“Color?” — msamy
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
What is the material used for building the house?
I absolutely LOVE how this home is integrated
Green roof house backed into hill...Green home, grasses/moss groing on roof...Retirement Homes...Natural house natural surroundings...A house as sculpture!...almost invisible house
“wish we had more trees. Grass roof again. Sloped roofline is different” — rauhdy
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Love this house! Any close-up photos of the wood to metal detail at the corners?
I live in NW Connecticut and am looking for a contemporary small house plan for a lot which has lots of stone on it.
This is a lovely studio which could also be a tiny home ideally suited for Lake Tahoe!
Instead of a deck, I like this stone paved area off the side of the house.
higher end toward house, lower end toward creek?
Shape of house, windows, stone patio
“Terrace” — vborin
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Can anyone tell me if this is the rear of the home ... I cannot see the entrance?
even see that!! I am doing an interior design course and my I am to find a home or room where the doors and windows are not in harmonious alignment ... I
Stepped house with garage at lower level, living space on above, then outdoor
“Colors” — tcmac78
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
The house and its guest house are a composition of iconic shed volumes sited between Highway 1 to the East and the end of a cul-de-sac to the West. The
Western façade, with large glass barn doors and generous windows, opens the house to the garden, The Sea Ranch, and the ocean beyond. Connecting the two façades
outdoor kitchen, an extension of the main living space, and the heart of the house.
style can be found across North America, mostly in architect-designed custom homes built in the late 1960s through about the mid-1970s.
Charles Moore and William Turnbull, Jr., designed a series of condominiums and houses for an isolated Northern California coastal development. Responding to
International style, offering a warmer and subtler modern theme. This newer house in Sea Ranch follows all of the characteristics originally established. This
“Simplicity of shapes and wood exterior complement its surroundings” — givs4444
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