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Mazama RancheroCAST architecture
away from public spaces in the plan shown here. Transition zones, such as the denser core in the center, are visual tricks that increase the sense of disconnection and privacy. Even very minimal transition zones act to reframe space and tell us that we’re entering a different place. In this case they delineate
delineate the public and private realms.
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CADotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
kids' public schools here, and the floors have endured lots of stiletto marks — but the grain is so varied that you can't see scratches," says Brettkelly. Low-maintenance plastic furniture and white decor and surfaces lend the home a fresh, clean feel.
kids' public schools here, and the floors have endured lots of stiletto marks — but the grain is so varied that you can't see scratches," says Brettkelly. Low-maintenance plastic furniture and white decor and surfaces lend the home a fresh, clean feel.Flooring: Amber Flooring; rope chest: San Francisco
living roomMarco Dellatorre
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St. Lawrence Market Mid-CenturyAndrew Snow Photography
large public park at their feet. Lygia works mostly from home and enjoys taking in the sights and sounds of the city. “I watch the flocks of pigeons flying, people walking their dogs and the currents and ice on the lake. It feels like having a huge backyard,” she says.Table: Goodwill; chairs: vintage
tropical craftsmanGardner Mohr Architects LLC
Victorian public rooms. Halls became places to sit and flowed into dining and living areas. The colors shown in this photo are perfect for the era; those in the Green Dining Room at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, designed by William Morris, beautifully illustrate the period as well.
between the public and private areas," he says. "The bedroom is usually an area people like to keep private, but I left it quite open to the dining space, with reclaimed wood beams framing the pass-through." The new floor plan allows for the living room, dining room and bedroom to flow into one another. Wall
Meadow Creek HouseEggleston Farkas Architects
public versus private spaces, think whether you want a space to be enclosed or partially walled off
Consider public and private spaces. When thinking about public versus private spaces, think about whether you want some of the spaces enclosed, or partially walled off. Bedrooms are private spaces that should be located in a quieter area of the living space. Kitchens are open and public. How do you like
- old public toilet feel / Scandinavian feel / industrial slaughterhouse feel
The Bon Ton LoftEnvi Interior Design Studio
separate public and private areas in small space
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