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Joan Heaton Architects
"For me, my favorite part of Ms. Holland's project were the little pieces of her old home that we built her new house around. Leaving the spindly old chimney intact while we erected the bones of the new structure around it was not only a fun challenge
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Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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Old Hampshire Designs Inc
New England Colonial
Built by Old Hampshire Designs, Inc. Architectural drawings by Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC John W. Hession, photographer
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
Glass house on the pond
earthquakes drove the home's design. The extensive use of glass on the back side of the home captures these views while the front is a bit more traditional in design. In fact, according to Rose, the client insisted on making the house in general and the great room in particular as transparent as possible
high-tech-meets-Lowcountry feel, we're not surprised. The home is located on the edge of a lagoon on Kiawah Island in South Carolina's Lowcountry. Built four years ago and sized at 4,200 square feet, the house features a large great room overlooking the lagoon. A desire to maximize those lagoon views
Nanaimo-Arrowsmith Custom Home
The Avant by Alair Homes is a beautifully built hillside home that balances cutting-edge, contemporary style with raw natural beauty, Standing in the stunning great room, gazing through the windows at the trees beyond, one feels as though they've stepped through the doors of an exclusive mountain retreat
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
The texture of the building relates well with the environment it was built in.
M James Architecture
Nourse Farm Addition
This house also is built in the shape of an "L".
Addition to traditional colonial
Lake Chatuge Custom Homes
covers about 7200 acres, with approximately 133 miles of shoreline, and a flood-storage capacity of 62,619 acre-feet. Although Chatuge was originally built to for water storage to help prevent flooding downstream, it currently serves many purposes, including flood control, electric power generation, au
Bainbridge Island Custom Home #3
le vocabulary beneath a strong roof form reminiscent of the Low House by McKim, Meade and White. A huge, sweeping single gable Shingle style home built in 1886-1887, the Low house is one of the best embodiments of the Shingle style in its return to a more organic style. Low, and long (140 feet) with