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Coger Residential
Hanging House
Ideabooks7,179
Questions1
This is a sleeping cabin at a summer camp in the Adirondacks. Designed and built by Coger Residential
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“walk way” — mandymcdaniel13
Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Salsa House
Ideabooks3,107
Questions4
retirement cottage design - 2 sided terrace
These New York parents fell so hard for their daughter and her partner's Pacific Northwest property that they built their own guesthouse, leaving the design details up to the property owners. The result is a creative, colorful and comfortable home.
cedar. Demyanovich designed and built the Salsa House with Delene as his superintendent, laborer and craftsperson, while the rest of the family served as the support crew.
I just love this vivid, cheerful paint job, but I would never have the guts to do it unless a professional designed it.See more of
se New York parents fell so hard for their daughter and her partner's Pacific Northwest property that they built their own guesthouse, leaving the design details up to the property owners. The result is a creative, colorful and comfortable home.
“Roof line” — almcburney
Blue Forest UK Ltd
Blue Forest Tree House
Ideabooks31,643
Questions3
The tree house, with a deck perched about 10 feet from ground level, was designed to become part of the landscape and so that trees could be retained; no trees were cleared to make way for the construction. The structure is supported on Blue Forest's bracer system, which allows for tree movement and
Africa, Simon Payne always felt an attachment to the great outdoors and, in particular, tree houses. After a daytrip to Athens, Greece, he soon put his design vision into practice, building a tree house within the gardens of one of his client’s estates.Payne chose a site among a collection of mature pine
“Cargo net & Slide” — marquezmj
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
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Shannon Malone
Rear Exterior
Ideabooks3,938
Questions2
I have never seen anything like this house. The design, style and decor makes it so unique, yet not so modern that you wonder what the hell it is. The gothic styled design over the windows to the left give it an old world touch mixed with the new. The trees add
This design is ON FIRE. Way to go.
of inspiration are other artists and architects who build organic structures, such as Antonio Gaudí and San Diego artist James Hubbell.When you're designing your home, Marc advises, spend time in other spaces to find out what you like and what is comfortable to you. "Take time and contemplate what you
“Hobbitton” — thefullerhouse
Homecraft Design
1 Review
Oak Bluffs Studio
Ideabooks2,332
Questions2
How do we get hold of the design plans for this structure?
custom made door I designed. I'm sure you will be able to find a millworker who could duplicate it. Good luck!
Hi Lisa, this is a custom plan and of course the client paid to have a unique studio so these exact plans are not for sale. if you like i can provide a similar design but modified to meet
meet your needs and designed to suit the site. each project has specific requirements, like topography, orientation, views, client needs etc. feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss your project. Heath
“Wood/galvanized steel” — Kiana Khosravi
Broken Arrow Workshop
The Miner's Shelter
Ideabooks743
Questions0
PROJECT DESIGNER/MANAGER: Dave Frazee ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER(S): Robert Jackovich and Christopher Madden Carr PROJECT TEAM: Dakotah Apostolou, Charles Arundel, Glen Biehle, Thai Blackburn, Ron Boswell, Chelsea Clark, Emil Crystal, Daniel Dillow, Aris Georges, Jeff Graham, Dani Loryn Christi Hill,
The simplistic design that captures this hidden treasure. My idea of quality outdoor design.
Austerity, honesty, creativity, clean, modern design, functionality. Zen.
anchoring one side. This interpretation reinforces the school's approach of learning by doing. The students learn construction, but they also learn that design skills are relevant at all scales.
anchoring one side. This interpretation reinforces the school’s approach of learning by doing. The students learn construction, but they also learn that design skills are relevant at all scales.
“material and form” — johoki
Torsten Ottesjö
1 Review
Hus 1
Ideabooks1,418
Questions2
The design of the house, especially the roof to protect against precipitation.
The house is anything but conventional. Its exterior walls and roof are biodegradable but designed to withstand Scandinavian winters. Its shape doesn't allow for snow to stay on the roof for long. Wooden shingles mimic tree bark in their slight
Its exterior walls and roof are biodegradable but designed to withstand Scandinavian winters. Its shape doesn't allow for snow to stay on the roof for long. Wooden shingles mimic tree bark in their slight
The house is anything but conventional. Its exterior walls and roof are biodegradable but designed to withstand Scandinavian winters. Its shape doesn't allow for snow to stay on the roof for long. Wooden shingles mimic tree bark in their slight expansion upon contact with moisture, creating a tighter
“stefans” — juflu45
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,204
Questions2
The sample of tree protection and adoption of tree in the design
Incorporation of the tree as an integral part of the design. Beautiful.
Love the tree "life" being part of the design
The biggest design dilemma was the giant oak tree enclosed by the home. This particular part of the property, which the family loved, is surrounded by limiting geography, including a creek on one side. They had no choice but to build in this particular spot. "It's a beautiful old majestic tree, and
and we couldn't get rid of it," Marc says. With some creativity and ingenuity, he managed to integrate the tree into the design and build around it. Although it is a spectacular sight, Marc says, "It did break up the house. It would have had more open flow without the tree."
“Tree included.” — tallenhrsdntst
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