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193 Portraits and Fine Art Exterior Design Photos
Santa Monica Canyon Retreat
Racing portrait print in garage on wall
Art in garage...Love big art !!...garage art
Dirk Denison Architects
Rhythm is when a portrait creates a repetition of line or other elements.Rhythm is also as associated with pattern and unity. In this picture there's a repetition of the walls
Rhythm and Materials "A scene has to have a rhythm of its own, a structure of its own." — Michelangelo Antonioni Rhythm is the unseen force that holds art together. Here the architect beautifully orchestrated several materials into a lyrical composition.
Degnan Design Builders, Inc
Pewaukee Lake House
Michael Mowbray, Beautiful Portraits by Michael
Work of art...insane dormers, look at the details!
Camelback Royal View
Fine Art Lamps wall lamps and pendants from the Costa del Sol collection.
lamps are Fine Art Lamps
Fine Art Lamps Costa.
Art in the Enterance
Moore Architects, PC
Porter Street Bungalow
Is this the house that graced the cover of the Fine Homebuilders magazine a year or so back?
That's correct! This home was on the cover of Fine Homebuilding from their "The Best of Fine Homebuilding, Before and After" issue in 2011. Thank you for noticing!
arts & crafts, wide porch, pergola style beams on porch roof
lots of the craftsman/arts and crafts style have the windows a different color than the trim; also, use a natural (stained) door/steps
walls, columns that are similar to ribbed vaulting hip and pitched roofs. Above doors there is decoration similar to gingerbreading (in the sense of the fine patterns)
The rear exterior, with its nature-inspired grand patio and large curved windows, is a beautiful representation of art nouveau style, one of Marc Whitman's main sources of architectural inspiration. Another source of inspiration are other artists and architects who build organic structures, such as
Rockridge Fine Homes
The Bradner Residence
We did! Rockridge Fine Homes. Check out our website www.rockridgedevelopments.com or our Houzz page to see more of our projects. This was a great project to work on and definatly a popular posting on Houzz.
Rockridge Fine Homes
which blends elements of the steam-powered Victorian era and science fiction. Imagine an early-1900s lathe machine repurposed to create plasma light art. Or a ray gun made from Victorian-era pieces. Or a pump organ converted into a modern computerwork station. All of these things, by the way, exist in