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Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Stone
Ideabooks418
Questions0
ocean beyond. Connecting the two façades, an enclosed central porch serves as a dual entrance and favorite gathering space. With its pizza oven and easy indoor/outdoor connections, the porch becomes an outdoor kitchen, an extension of the main living space, and the heart of the house.
“this style” — glovertree
Nico van der Meulen Architects
The Constantia Kloof
Ideabooks2,220
Questions3
probably easy to pour, but needs lots of verticle reinforcment for the pour.
“railing” — Lucky Krishna
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
View from eastern pasture.
Ideabooks3,408
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Thanks for your nice comment ! Yes both houses were built at the same time but it would be fairly easy to build this house in phases. Take Care, Dan
“Dream hiuse” — lucillethebaker
Dane Cronin Photography
1 Review
Boulder, CO Homes
Ideabooks561
Questions0
Easy upper and lower access
“Cool” — plumcrzy
Kristin Ketilsdottir
My House 1
Ideabooks2,822
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“Vitre” — carlolabbe
Murray Homes
12 Reviews
Exterior Sarasota architecture
Ideabooks2,807
Questions3
BWI easy to build maintain by keeping simple I like this
“east” — Sujith Kumar
Janine Shmuelevitz
Sisters in Sync
Ideabooks3,025
Questions2
Simple/ elegant easy to add on?
“imagine modest version of this with a 60s ranch” — DesignHouse
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Quiet Casual Home
Ideabooks9,733
Questions5
Ohio yard. These native Midwest perennials blend perfectly with other favorite perennials and shrubs and will spread, though not too quickly, for an easy-care yet colorful garden. As a bonus, they ensure the space will be filled with birds, butterflies and bees all summer long.
“Exterior colors” — shlobo58
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