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Murphy & Co. Design
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Highcroft Residence
Ideabooks2,558
Questions2
Photos by Susan Gilmore
“Patio to grass lawn” — lmostelpaul
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
20 Reviews
Lopez Island Compound
Ideabooks1,426
Questions1
One emerges from the forest and first comes upon the artist's studio with north facing clerestry windows and large french doors opening out onto the work terrace. photo: Adams Mohler Ghillino
what is the square footage and footprint of this studio
Site placement. Square footage. Separate studio space
guesthouse: 650 square feet; studio: 500 square feet
A studio, for example. and I like the slanted roof and clerestry windows and the french doors.
find the studio and then continuing along to the guest house and main house. "Her work is more inwardly focused, so the studio's views are much different than those from the others," Mohler says. The clerestory windows face north and let in the light as well as the view of the woods. The studio does not
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First Lamp
5 Reviews
Orchid Studio
Ideabooks1,761
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LKS: Studio outbuilding - would want more glass, and siding materials to match main house
orchid studio. studio. one story
cabin studio...Studio idea...Pottery studio...nice little studio...Backyard studio...art studio...Orchid Studio
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Joseph Bergin Architect PC
3 Reviews
Artist Studio
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Unfortunately, we don't have that information. The green color already existed on the house when we became involved to design the studio addition.
Bergin and his team demolished an existing garage attached to the house to make space for the studio. The new studio has an additional 600-square-foot section for cars.
“Yellow-on-Yellow with Grey Shingles” — lidror
Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust
Wright Home and Studio
Ideabooks513
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FLW Home and Studio- Oak Park
to this home in the late 1890s. It was used as his office and studio for the last 10 years he lived in Oak Park. At the center of the photo is the entrance to what Wright called the studio. To the left of the entrance is the two-story studio, and to the right of that is the presentation room. The gable
FLW home and studio, Oak Pk
Since I grew up in a Frank Lloyd Wright home, his studio brought back a flood of memories I cherish.
to this home in the late 1890s. It was used as his office and studio for the last 10 years he lived in Oak Park.At the center of the photo is the entrance to what Wright called the studio. To the left of the entrance is the two-story studio, and to the right of that is the presentation room. The gable
“FLW home and studio, Oak Pk” — Ashley Tiwara
Ira Lippke
Ira Lippke
Ideabooks11,097
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Beautiful! I'm in Quebec and I would like to know what type of siding was used for the exterior of this inspiring studio.
color of the board and bat looks like it could be solid stain instead of paint. Look up Johnson Squared Architecture under Cala Woods Residence and Studio. Very similar look and color.
roofline for a carport studio attached
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Homecraft Design
1 Review
Oak Bluffs Studio
Ideabooks2,564
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Careful placement of the fenestration allows for plenty of natural light, while avoiding direct sunlight and shadows on the rear wall of the studio space which is used for painting.
Hi Lisa, this is a custom plan and of course the client paid to have a unique studio so these exact plans are not for sale. if you like i can provide a similar design but modified to meet your needs and designed to suit the site. each
This is a great exterior for Cabin and studio
“Corner” — vickygold
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
Ideabooks694
Questions5
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NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
The painting studio receives plenty of sunlight through generous glazing, and plenty of ventilation through the sliding doors on both the north and south sides. Both of these concerns are important for a studio, but too
The painting studio receives plenty of sunlight through generous glazing, and plenty of ventilation through the sliding doors on both the north and south sides. Both of these concerns are important for a studio, but too much sunlight in Texas can be, well, too much. So Nimmo put some sunshades above
“outdooor roof and step” — suecurrey
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