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Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
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gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind, launching the concept of outdoor rooms and outdoor living
gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind, launching the concept of outdoor rooms and outdoor living
“Color” — carriepez
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
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that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan. The homeowners proudly continue to restore the home for future generations. “We are
that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan. The homeowners proudly continue to restore the home for future generations. “We are
oaks that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan.The homeowners proudly continue to restore the home for future generations. “We are
“trees” — jeremiahnielson
Go Glamping
Scotland Ecopod
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Scotland, and visible only from the sea lies this futuristic dome home. The homeowners relish the panoramic views of the Lynn of Lorne and Castle Stalker, (Castle
part of the surroundings instead of imposing on your surroundings,” says homeowner Jim Milligan. “It’s like the dome has been there forever, just like the
“little hut!” — afproductions
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks1,394
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to save money on design actually can cost homeowners far more in the end, in dollars and frustration. Homeowners often underestimate the cost and complexity
or new home. The cost of the design work on a project is something that homeowners may consider skimping on to save money, but we find that the best way
construction implications before you start During a recent renovation, one homeowner (who was working without a designer) realised that opening up the main
“Siding” — raisinbranner
Shoreline Construction and Development
The Camelia
Ideabooks3,225
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interior designer.Interestingly, homeowners and renters are just as likely to decorate, and 73 percent of U.S. homeowners plan to decorate in the next two
Who’s Doing the Work?A majority of homeowners planning a home renovation or decorating project in the next two years plan to hire a professional. Of those
tile, stone and countertop pros (30 percent). Meanwhile, 21 percent of homeowners are looking for kitchen and bath remodelers, 17 percent plan to hire an
“Farm house” — Katie Roddy
SPACEstudio
Possum Creek House
Ideabooks273
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the house to accommodate the homeowners’ extensive art and book collections. “They wanted sufficient wall space
the main challenges of this project was for the house to accommodate the homeowners’ extensive art and book collections. “They wanted sufficient wall space
the main challenges of this project was for the house to accommodate the homeowners’ extensive art and book collections. “They wanted sufficient wall space
“Sliding door” — greduvel
Modern Exterior
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stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has any issues with the rusty steel on the concrete slab next to the pool
stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has any issues with the rusty steel on the concrete slab next to the pool
“Probably too distressed” — rdigeronimo
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
21 Reviews
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
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The rear view of the house shows the standing seam metal roof set at an optimal angle for the solar thermal panels. Barely visible to the left is the other roof form, set at a lower angle for the PV panels. The overhangs are designed for winter sun penetration and summer shading. Photo Credit: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“metal roof” — Annie Kruger
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