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Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Basser House
Ideabooks2,560
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standard doors. The glass panels set into them are all tinted and double glazed. Most important is your orientation and eaves protection, in this instance achieved by the retractable canopy over. As for bugs, we take the position that you'd never have all those doors open unless you wanted to move in out
13. Opening timeStylish bifold servery windows open the kitchen to the outside area, making it easy to entertain all year long. It also means that the busy cook is never left out of the conversation!
“love the doors - something we can do ourselves?” — vthompson1984
Gables
Ideabooks85
Questions0
happening. The project balances the conventional (gable form) and the daring (cantilever), two opposites of sorts that are treated with the metal skin on all sides.
happening.The project balances the conventional (gable form) and the daring (cantilever), two opposites of sorts that are treated with the metal skin on all sides.
“exterior” — smeye7
Gables
Ideabooks117
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of the Balancing Barn, a holiday house near the Suffolk Coast, U.K., that is one of Alain de Botton's Living Architecture projects. From the driveway all one really sees is the gable form, with a reflective metal skin applied to it and two glass doors leading to the kitchen area and rooms beyond.
of the Balancing Barn, a holiday house near the Suffolk Coast, U.K., that is one of Alain de Botton's Living Architecture projects. From the driveway all one really sees is the gable form, with a reflective metal skin applied to it and two glass doors leading to the kitchen area and rooms beyond.
“Driveway” — billyccollinsjr
Marc B. Spector
NYC Rooftop Penthouse.
Ideabooks340
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You can see it in the background. It’s hard to imagine the New York City skyline without the iconic towers — and maybe that’s why they are required on all buildings in the Tribeca neighborhood, functional or not.
simple all glass wall
“Glass style” — busterqf
ACRE Goods + Services
7 Reviews
Upstate New York
Ideabooks229
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All weekend home in upstate New York
California, she was the natural choice for the project. “We’ve known each other for a long time, and I get their style,” she says. “I flew out, and we made all of the design decisions in a weekend.”
“Like the white panels...........” — akphotoart
Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust
Wright Home and Studio
Ideabooks511
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presentation room. The gable roof of the house can be seen behind. While this addition is distinctly different from the original house — this was, after all, where a client would enter and be greeted, so the language of "home" had to give way to the language of "business" — it shares the same detailing and
presentation room. The gable roof of the house can be seen behind. While this addition is distinctly different from the original house — this was, after all, where a client would enter and be greeted, so the language of "home" had to give way to the language of "business" — it shares the same detailing and
“rooflines” — Karla Kelly
Robinette Architects, Inc.
Dove Mountain Home IV
Ideabooks382
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undulates around rooms and porches in different widths, heights and depths, emulating the forms of the boulders in the foreground. These characteristics can all be found in the ancient adobes of New Mexico. This house straddles a delicate line between being modern and achieving the rustic and simplistic qualities
undulates around rooms and porches in different widths, heights and depths, emulating the forms of the boulders in the foreground. These characteristics can all be found in the ancient adobes of New Mexico. This house straddles a delicate line between being modern and achieving the rustic and simplistic qualities
“Clean lines, smooth curves” — sticklizard
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
rear View
Ideabooks814
Questions1
International - European architects of the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only functional purposes. The beauty of a building was to be achieved by the exactness of machine-finished materials and structural
International European architects of the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only functional purposes. The beauty of a building was to be achieved by the exactness of machine-finished materials and structural
“Very nice w look” — adiahaituen
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