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Goldberg Design Group, Inc.
Stephen B. Goldberg, Goldberg Design Group, Inc.
Front elevation of French-Country home. photo by Steve Goldberg
Oak Bluffs Studio
Careful placement of the fenestration allows for plenty of natural light, while avoiding direct sunlight and shadows on the rear wall of the studio space which is used for painting.
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Dennis Mayer, Photographer
Dennis Mayer Photography www.chilternestate.com
Northworks Architects and Planners
This 350 square-foot vacation home annex accommodates a kitchen, sleeping/living room and full bath. The simple geometry of the structure allows for minimal detailing and excellent economy of construction costs. The interior is clad with reclaimed pine and the kitchen is finished with polished stainless steel for ease of maintenance.
The graceful and intentionally twisting roof system is intended to portray an imperfect and uninhibited construction process. The covered veranda patio provides outdoor living with shelter from the elements. Solid resawn, posts and beams with distressed imperfection were used in lieu of laminated members to provide an authentic, rustic affect. The Photo by Matt Waclo
Krause Construction Denver Colorado
This sunroom/greenhouse addition featured post and beam cedar construction with custom site built doors and windows. The roof material is made from poly-carbonate panels. Photos were taken byPaul Wedlake Photography
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Skagit Valley Architecture
Vanguard Studio Inc.
This exquisite 2011 home, built by Siemering, spares no attention to detail. From slight eclectic Spanish/Morrocan influences to a deep woods cabinesque retreat. From fixtures to archways. Shelving to landscaping. This custom Texas Hill Country house feels like home.