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Massimo Interior Design
3 Reviews
Mediterranean Villa
Arkansas. A ground up design, the family worked along side designer Scott Paterek to create this newly retired couples' love of travel and antiques. As seen in At Home in Arkansas, June 2010 Photography by Nancy Nolan
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Andrew Skurman Architects
2 Reviews
A Mediterranean Villa
The terraced villa seen from below.
MJMDA, Matthew James Mercieca Design Architects
7 Reviews
Slick Semi-D
What once was barely exists anymore. This semi-detached villa has been rehabilitated beyond any recognition. But its neighbours have seen the transformation live; not like a cocooned larva. It is the same house, now with space that has been optimised, function-injected, material-incorporated and supreme
“Malta” — chris71186
DesRosiers Architects
4 Reviews
Upper Straits Lake
seen before
“2nd/3rd floor balcony's” — dreambuild2014
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Hospital Home Lottery Fall 2012
I've seen very similar light fixtures at Lantern & Scroll. www.lanternandscroll.com They weren't too expensive, and I know if they don't have this exact one they can make it. Cheers!
“door” — tillotson2
Lunada Consulting & Design, Inc.
4 Reviews
Tuscan villa incorporating the charm of stone, wrought iron, clay tile, and Tuscan gold plaster. The rustic arch entryway adds a Tuscany charm seen in the Italian countryside.
“Stone (has a rustic look)” — paulatrip68
Marshall M. Driver Architect
Avocet Lane
OMG !!!!!!!!!!! Closest I've seen to my dream home!!!!! We are preparing to build a new home in the middle of ten acres of pine trees, next to the grandkids (and parents) on their 9
“really really like this” — camiwarner
GDW/a pllc
15 Reviews
Member Architect
does however form the North face of the Existing Auto Court and therefore dominates the view for anyone entering the Site as it is the first element seen from the driveway that winds down to the Structure from the Street. The Owners were determined to have the addition “fit” with the forms of the Existing
“Like different colors and materials” — keithwymo
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