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This photo comes from houseplansandmore.com but I really wanted to share this photo because I think others will enjoy the whimsical light features and general room decor. I hope posting it is ok, please find below the link to photo. I love the exterior of this shingle style home too. http://www.ho
“rug” — Lyn Morrison
PMWArchitects
PMW Architects-Rooftop House II
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consists of four different functional zones including a new “pent-house” studio (designed as a terminus). • Each zone is particularized (yet linked to others) by the use and detailing of four materials manipulated within an off-white plaster/stucco envelope. The materials though constantly reiterated are
writing room. An additional function was to provide a south-facing sun room and private access to the roof (half of which the owners controlled, the other half of which was available to the building at large). MATERIALS... • Wood: mahogany and maple • Metal: aluminum and brass • Stone: honed black slate
“Add on” — starcar
Bernardo & Jose Lew Kirsch
ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea
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The staircase leads to a bridge that separates the public and private areas. Towards one end of the bridge the main bedroom is located and to the other the rest of the bedrooms and a family room. The finishes selected for the interiors keep the coherence with the combination of materials used in
“Bathroom” — shemeshgirl
Bernardo & Jose Lew Kirsch
ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea
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The staircase leads to a bridge that separates the public and private areas. Towards one end of the bridge the main bedroom is located and to the other the rest of the bedrooms and a family room. The finishes selected for the interiors keep the coherence with the combination of materials used in
“tile for the tub” — Genevieve Alonzo-Yap
Bernardo & Jose Lew Kirsch
ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea
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The staircase leads to a bridge that separates the public and private areas. Towards one end of the bridge the main bedroom is located and to the other the rest of the bedrooms and a family room. The finishes selected for the interiors keep the coherence with the combination of materials used in
Bernardo & Jose Lew Kirsch
ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea
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The staircase leads to a bridge that separates the public and private areas. Towards one end of the bridge the main bedroom is located and to the other the rest of the bedrooms and a family room. The finishes selected for the interiors keep the coherence with the combination of materials used in
“I like the finishing on the bed. I think that it is what I want for my bed” — luminathi
Bernardo & Jose Lew Kirsch
ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea
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The staircase leads to a bridge that separates the public and private areas. Towards one end of the bridge the main bedroom is located and to the other the rest of the bedrooms and a family room. The finishes selected for the interiors keep the coherence with the combination of materials used in
“Bed” — mskmiller
Bernardo & Jose Lew Kirsch
ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea
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The staircase leads to a bridge that separates the public and private areas. Towards one end of the bridge the main bedroom is located and to the other the rest of the bedrooms and a family room. The finishes selected for the interiors keep the coherence with the combination of materials used in
“sofa” — sancasache
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