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Shepherd Resources Inc / AIA
Water Song
Ideabooks349
Questions0
hallway idea to master suite is cool
i like the design
“aaahhhhh.......” — Brian-Chalice Honeycutt
Cohn + Associates
1 Review
La Jolla farms residence
Ideabooks584
Questions0
Parecido a la idea del corredor en el centro pero abierto
Love this walkway design
“Love the walkway” — newellma
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks538
Questions1
whow studio idea
Siding, roof space, overall design
connecting hallway - addition
“G” — normamichaus
Michael K. Walker & Associates Inc.
Private Residence Casey Key 2
Ideabooks1,262
Questions1
liked the idea of water inside the house ! probably impractical in india
dream design
“栏杆” — talkybird
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks4,216
Questions3
Like overhanging roofline, creating balconies. Also, hallway at ground level that flows from front to back of house; leading to back yard.
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roof requires maintenance, much like any other roof. And a roof with drains requires more attention than one without. But, as I said earlier, proper design should ensure that this maintenance is minimized, and that drains remain functioning even when seasonal maintenance takes a backseat to a busy life
“Beth” — Shari Robertson
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks2,590
Questions2
Karuna Passive House designed by Holst Architecture and built by Hammer & Hand. This high performance home meets the world's most demanding green building certifications. Photo by Jeremy Bittermann.
Good ideas into design of container house
passive homes are anything but lazy. A house designed to take advantage of the solar heat streaming through a window is actively saving energy. Taking it a step further, and into the realm of the Passive House building standard, a house can be designed to work hard in every season to maintain a comfortable
Decoding What People Say“This house was designed with passive solar principles” means the orientation of the house and the placement of windows have been used to gain heat through natural daylight. Perhaps shading for hot summers was also considered. These are the first and most fundamental steps toward
“Use of vertical wood” — satinder12
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2005 showcase
Ideabooks6,143
Questions8
Any idea the square footage of this home?
Please answer some questions. I don't understand why a company would display their home for others to get ideas and or mimic, then give no help on specifics. Please answer;what are the size of the windows on the front elevation? Also the front door? Thank you
Hip Roof - will work with your plan designs.
Driveway entrance idea. This one is too close to the house
Georgian Architecture; Circular driveway; two-story design, upward exterior layout.
simple federalist design; don't like arched window
Symmetry gives stature and importance. From the hipped roof and chimneys to the dormers and window placement, everything about this design makes us focus on the middle, or center line. By drawing our eye to the center and then up to the Palladian window, the front of this house appears prominent, elegant
“Ridge too short” — sailordragon8
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Main House
Ideabooks4,319
Questions4
grassland, a place of vast expanses, where only distant hills and the occasional isolated tree interrupt the view toward the horizon. Where another design might seem to be an alien import, this house feels entirely native, powerfully attached to the land. Set back from and protected under the tent-like
I like design...covered decks and windows
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in a tin roof - BUT the idea that the higher roof line captures the larger area and then a lower roof line articulates around the house is interesting and might resolve the interior idea of a N/S peak in the great room.
of this home. See Evernote Notebook on house design with the Garage/Outbuilding section.
“Ranch Style with lots of windows to appreciate the great view of your ranch/land.” — shellalangford
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