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Mediterranean Dining Room
openness. Walls and landscape elements divide and protect two private domains, and are in turn, carefully penetrated to reveal views. Both homes are variations on one consistent theme: elegant composition of contemporary, “warm” materials; strong roof planes punctuated by vertical masses; and floating
floating decks. The project forms an intimate connection with its setting by using site-excavated stone, terracing landscape planters with native plantings, and utilizing the shade provided by its ancient Riviera Oak trees. 2012 AIA Santa Barbara Chapter Merit Award Jim Bartsch Photography
Deep River Partners
Palm Desert Dining Room
COLORS - choose those that complement the landscape around
vegetation and rocks in your landscape.
Choosing Color--Sometimes the best colors can be found right outside your door — in the vegetation and rocks in your landscape.
Same color wall as the landscape.
Sometimes the best colors can be found right outside your door — in the vegetation and rocks in your landscape.
W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
mouldings delineate the verticalness of the room.
warm neutral tones - ie wood, pops of greenery, dining room fixture. Use of natural wood, pewter, clay and frameless landscapes in light tones.
Point marks a spot on the ground plane and projected vertically into a linear form.
From inside, the fixed window gives a great view to the landscape beyond, and of course the door provides access to the same. This house, including but not limited to the L-shaped opening, is a modern take on traditional
Smart Design Studio
Entire feel add a vertical garden instead of plain white walls
white, contrasting sleek counter. The directional pull of the statement black-and-white kitchen and curved ceiling takes you outside and brings the landscape in – a huge feature of mid-century modern design.
Buenos Aires, added a Lucite base to them and had them wired into lamps. Also the shades were custom made in a proportioned size to accentuate the verticality. When making the shades, you can select any type of fabric or paper that you would like for the light to shine through.
backs, yet sacrifice nothing in design. In addition to nature and Orientalia, fantasy played a large part in motifs, with curious animals and exotic landscapes adorning all surfaces. Rare woods such as tulip, lemon tree, violet, and king woods were used for sumptuous effects, and richly veined and tinted