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dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks35,546
Questions44
Can I hire your firm to create this bathroom in my home
I am doing a complete renovation for my master suite. Bedroom bathroom and closet. I am taking down all the interior walls and starting over. I need a professional to help me with the design process so I have drawings to give to my local builder
Same picture but two different designers how is this be possible?
builder and suppliers. How would I go about getting the team who designed this space? Thank you!
My designer created shower with same floating seat as on the picture. Yet my constructors think that 3sm marble slab will break if attached only by under brackets
with your project! Be sure to check out more award winning designs and bathrooms at www.dspacestudio.com
“sconces, calcutta marble” — hmseidel1
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Corralitos, CA
Ideabooks2,126
Questions8
Kitchen, Corralitos Villa Louie Leu Architect, Inc. collaborated in the role of Executive Architect on a custom home in Corralitas, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional
traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the feeling of a village. The house incorporates sustainable and energy efficient criteria, such as 'passive-solar' orientation and high thermal and acoustic insulation. The
The interior will include natural finishes like clay plaster, natural stone and organic paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“floor” — bonobo36
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Corralitos, CA
Ideabooks676
Questions3
BIlliard Room, Corralitas Villa Louie Leu Architect, Inc. collaborated in the role of Executive Architect on a custom home in Corralitas, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the
the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the feeling of a village. The house incorporates sustainable and energy efficient criteria, such as 'passive-solar' orientation and high thermal and acoustic insulation
insulation. The interior will include natural finishes like clay plaster, natural stone and organic paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“Play room” — teamhunt
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Willoughby Way
Ideabooks120K
Questions43
Great friendly alternative to home theater.
what should expenditure for making this designs ?
writing an article on the importance of using an interior designer and I would like to use this photograph. Please can you let me know if I may use it. The credit will have your details. If I may use it, can you email the jpeg with the designer and photographers details to angela@pebblehomeinteriors
We are planning on building a home and combining the great room and dining area. I can't imagine how to decorate making the dining/area table separate with the living area. Before I decide
Thank you for inquiring about our project. Every project we design is custom for our client, so although we cannot provide you with information, we would love the opportunity to work with you, should you be looking
“wow” — xinasy
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Corralitos, CA
Ideabooks233
Questions0
Executive Architect on a custom home in Corralitas, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements
orientation and high thermal and acoustic insulation. The interior will include natural finishes like clay plaster, natural stone and organic paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“Overhang” — Sarah Flickinger
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Corralitos, CA
Ideabooks159
Questions0
Executive Architect on a custom home in Corralitas, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements
orientation and high thermal and acoustic insulation. The interior will include natural finishes like clay plaster, natural stone and organic paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“Inclined wall” — abaccus
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Villa Ferraro, Capri - Italy
Ideabooks2,251
Questions1
7. Tiled floors. Most Italians don't really go for carpet, preferring to have tiles instead, since they're cooler in the heat and easy to clean. Italians love to be ready to welcome an unexpected guest.
Villa Ferraro, Capri - Italy
Contemporary Italian
Villa Ferraro...drift wood design...Very special design
“Driftwood” — mary585
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Corralitos, CA
Ideabooks145
Questions1
Executive Architect on a custom home in Corralitas, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements
orientation and high thermal and acoustic insulation. The interior will include natural finishes like clay plaster, natural stone and organic paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“Love the mix of colors and mix of Old World and Modern styles.” — christinlady
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