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Bud Dietrich, AIA
a not so big addition - the exterior
space to a basement apartment. In this project, a 5' x 25' cantilevered addition provided the room needed.
cantilever! Idea for increasing the size of our bedroom and adding on to the front of the house
Patio ideas. Door ideas.
Lake house expansion ideas!
O'Sullivan Architects, Inc
home is deceptively large. The front of the house was designed to appear small from the street, but actually includes four levels of living space to accommodate a large family, including 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
79 another idea for window over garage area
Addition window idea
Ker's sun room over garage
good idea...above garage room...Room over garage
Matt Garcia Design
Llano Exit Strategy
Great idea for destination dining. Inclusive cabins packages.
family compound idea
idea for camp by water
cabins for the family
guest rooms...Shed and my room...compound ideas...light idea
Stuart Sampley Architect
architecture of the neighborhood and another porch overlooks the courtyard, which offers a private outdoor room. Inside, cork floors, a walnut divider, and built-in entertainment center in the main living areas enrich the otherwise simple and sunny modern space. Frosted glass throughout the house provides
Like the sliding shutter panel - the idea- not this particular one
Nice idea to have a storm shutter for sliding glass doors. These are functional and cool.
Good idea having a storm shutter for siding glass door.
but all of the detailing is a reinterpretation of the classic details." At right, behind the tree, you can see the outbuilding that contains the flex room and a full bath.
Simpson Design Group Architects
Do you think this is too small to live in/
Love Everything about this except the 2 long support cedars! Like the Gable roof andcedar use. Stone on bottom. We would like to incorporate a storage room maybe 6 to 8 feet wide along the 16' foot length of the outdoor
Protected door...idea for back door at our house??
Like overhang idea, much simpler of course. Maybe brick entrance? way
Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design
The Ladue House 2
by French doors and transoms, and provide glimpses of the outdoor living room and yard. It’s one step down into the sunken living room, and introduced beyond the double sided fireplace, is the dining room. Opposite from the living room, a repeating theme of French doors with transoms open into the home
and grandeur to the structure. A series of outdoor rooms embrace the rear yard, which once served as the owner’s dirt bike track and football field. The foyer allows one to see the series of layered spaces. Vistas introduce the gathering room, with its stone floor-to-ceiling fireplace flanked by
entrance is below a viewing platform and it exits on the first floor in the back hall. Later, the space may be transformed into an elevator, allowing the family to age in place.
Westlake Residence Exterior
Nestled between multiple stands of Live Oak trees, the Westlake Residence is a contemporary Texas Hill Country home. The house is designed to accommodate the entire family, yet flexible in its design to be able to scale down into living only in 2,200 square feet when the children leave in several years
center of the home. Finished in late 2006, the home features Icynene insulation, cork floors and thermal chimneys to exit warm air in the expansive family room. Photography by Allison Cartwright
entrance - other idea besides courtyard
Michelle Walker architects
Paddington Butterfly House
design approach was to restore the original front rooms of the terrace, alter the existing rear wing, add new rooms to the back of the house, and create a new studio over the garage off the lane. The house now features spacious, flexible and light filled living spaces, continuous throughout the ground floor
surrounding trees, while ensuring privacy in a urban residential context The house has been transformed into a contemporary family home, to satisfy the ongoing needs of a growing modern family in the 21st century. ARCHITECT: Michelle Walker Architects