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This home was designed with the concept that everyday is a day to find something new in the house. There are so many details in this custom home. Mike Abraham, Tim Thompson, and Mark Hickman all worked to create this home.
Hidden ManorMark Hickman Homes
Taking its cues from both persona and place, this residence seeks to reconcile a difficult, walnut-wooded site with the late client’s desire to live in a log home in the woods. The residence was conceived as a 24 ft x 150 ft linear bar rising into the trees from northwest to southeast. Positioned...
Walnut Woods ResidenceJohn Senhauser Architects
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.
Lopez Island CompoundMohler + Ghillino Architects
Located in the city’s Richmond neighborhood, the EDDIE house is a newly renovated and expanded Edwardian era home completed in May 2011. EDDIE is an updated and contemporary version of Edward, retaining the scale and solid bones of the existing home, yet mixing surprising new materials, forms, and...
EDDIE House, Three Legged Pig DesignAmerican Institute of Architects, San Francisco
The master plan for this south-facing woodland property celebrates dramatic topography, muscular canopy trees, remnant fieldstone walls, and native stone outcroppings. Sound vegetation management principles guide each phase of installation, and the true character of the woodland is revealed. Stone...
Belmont Hill ResidenceMatthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
This urban infill prefab is located at the foot of the Throgs Neck Bridge on Eastchester Bay in the Bronx. The Bronx Box is a modified version of the double-decker, 2-story bar typology with an additional storage ‘saddle bag’, containing built in cabinets along the length of the house.
Bronx Box - exteriorResolution: 4 Architecture
While cleaning out the attic of this recently purchased Arlington farmhouse, an amazing view was discovered: the Washington Monument was visible on the horizon.
Urban Four-SquareMoore Architects, PC
The renovation of the Woodland Residence centered around two basic ideas. The first was to open the house to light and views of the surrounding woods. The second, due to a limited budget, was to minimize the amount of new footprint while retaining as much of the existing structure as possible.
Woodland ResidenceMoore Architects, PC
In the renovation and addition to this home in Falls Church VA, exterior hard-scapes and garden spaces surround the house while the spaces within the home are made larger and are opened up to the forestall views surrounding the home. When walking on the pathway one crosses the many thresholds along...
East Jefferson ResidenceKUBE architecture