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site (in Glassell Park where the paved road ends at an old hand written sign marking the entrance to “Hidden Valley.”) The property, which can only be accessed via a half-mile unpaved road, offers expansive views of the city but seems a world away from Los Angeles at the same time.
hidden house entrance courtyard © benny chan
hidden house rear courtyard © benny chan
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Coates Design Architects Seattle
LEED Platinum Ellis Residence
two cars parked and interior central spiral stairs leading to three en suite bedrooms upstairs.
Side view of Central stilt parking
lifted home, parking underneath or in back, driveway under the house
loving the use of space for parking the cars.
covered parking with above apt. Don't need to park in garage.
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp Landscape Architecture
Grass option for vehicles to park on.
grass parking surface
Awesome idea for parking area
permeable parking area
permeable parking...grass parking...Parking court...Lawn parking...eable Parking Court
could the overhang be over the car park?
slightly underground parking modern house
underground parking idea
Parking area Michelle's car
underground parking...Parking place...facade with parking...Basement parking...underground parking
Intexure Live-Work Studio
meet our parking requirements — we have a business occupancy downstairs and residential occupancy above — but we actually don’t park in the garage. Instead we use it as a woodshop/model-making zone and staging for our construction projects." Further, "it has two garage doors at 90 degrees on adjacent walls
court with parking, a requirement not only for Houston but for having a business in the building. The garage is visible on the right; this may be the farthest from the street, but it helps to create more pleasant street frontages (without hulking garage doors) and sets a precedent for the other residences
away — parking by day and gathering space during nonwork hours."
Museum Park Modern development. The working space is downstairs, and the living realm is upstairs. Therefore the house is more private than the office space, which certainly makes sense.