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Edward I. Mills & Associates, Architects PC
Edward I. Mills + Associates
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shaped site overlooking a lake. Virtually invisible upon approach from the main road, the architecture's full size becomes apparent only after the visitor has descended through the house and out into the surrounding fields. The central space of the house is a full height gallery that runs the length from
of the site from the entry, to the dining areas to the living room, to the library until, finally, out to the landscape. Simultaneously, the rest of the house ascends and floats above.
Edward I. Mills & Associates, Architects PC
Edward I. Mills + Associates
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shaped site overlooking a lake. Virtually invisible upon approach from the main road, the architecture's full size becomes apparent only after the visitor has descended through the house and out into the surrounding fields. The central space of the house is a full height gallery that runs the length from
of the site from the entry, to the dining areas to the living room, to the library until, finally, out to the landscape. Simultaneously, the rest of the house ascends and floats above.
“love this!” — Heather Widdison
Edward I. Mills & Associates, Architects PC
Edward I. Mills + Associates
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shaped site overlooking a lake. Virtually invisible upon approach from the main road, the architecture's full size becomes apparent only after the visitor has descended through the house and out into the surrounding fields. The central space of the house is a full height gallery that runs the length from
of the site from the entry, to the dining areas to the living room, to the library until, finally, out to the landscape. Simultaneously, the rest of the house ascends and floats above.
“screen” — hansih
Edward I. Mills & Associates, Architects PC
Edward I. Mills + Associates
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shaped site overlooking a lake. Virtually invisible upon approach from the main road, the architecture's full size becomes apparent only after the visitor has descended through the house and out into the surrounding fields. The central space of the house is a full height gallery that runs the length from
of the site from the entry, to the dining areas to the living room, to the library until, finally, out to the landscape. Simultaneously, the rest of the house ascends and floats above.
“Wine storage” — samminyc
Edward I. Mills & Associates, Architects PC
Edward I. Mills + Associates
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shaped site overlooking a lake. Virtually invisible upon approach from the main road, the architecture's full size becomes apparent only after the visitor has descended through the house and out into the surrounding fields. The central space of the house is a full height gallery that runs the length from
of the site from the entry, to the dining areas to the living room, to the library until, finally, out to the landscape. Simultaneously, the rest of the house ascends and floats above.
“Romantic” — amandahouzz
Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Inc.
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Shubin + Donaldson
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coastal site. The rough plaster of the 18-inch-thick walls—the same finish seen often in Mexico—adds texture and depth, and softens the monumentality of the forms. Although in the vein of Mexican architecture, this home departs in the choice of coloration, with a decidedly neutral, earthy pigment. Contrasting
to the site, the architects created a constant interplay between indoor and outdoor in a continual effort to frame views and compose angles. Upon entering the building, beyond the play of forms, is the surprise view through the entry toward the negative-edge reflecting pool and out to the ocean beyond
“love this look” — aycdesign
A.GRUPPO Architects - Dallas
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Groveland House
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Natural Site
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“MODERN HO€USE” — shadytreeq
Dube Fine Art and Design
Waves, Ceramic Wall Installation (detail image 2)
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attached on site. The ceramic vertical strips alternate against bare space. The overall composition continues to dissipate down the wall.
attached on site. katherinedube.com
“Close up” — claylady
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