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Hufft Projects with a unique challenge. The clients desired a residence that referenced the traditional forms of farmhouses but also spoke to something distinctly modern. A hybrid building emerged and the Porch House greets visitors with its namesake – a large east and south facing ten foot cantilevering
room, and kitchen anchor the southern, more traditional wing of the house with its spacious vaulted ceilings. A chimney punctuates this area and features a granite clad fireplace on the interior and an exterior fireplace expressing split face concrete block. Photo Credit: Mike Sinclair
I love all of this firms work! Hufft Projects - Architecture, manufacturing, building Project: The word ‘project’ encompasses all that is paramount to our philosophy at Hufft Projects. As a noun, project is “an undertaking
Rhodes Architecture + Light
City View Residence
2006 - Project Location: Seattle, WA - Project Size: 3,925 SF - Project Cost: $340/SF - Photographer: Michael Shopenn An old WWII era house in West Seattle with a very small footprint had one obvious recommendation for a buyer who called us in 2005; a sweeping view of the City of Seattle. The view from
basement designed to house office, theater, an exercise room, and a guest suite supports a main floor with kitchen, dining, and living areas in one open space. Commercial sliding doors allow a 21-foot by 9 foot opening to a cantilevered deck and make the deck a part of the living space. A glass skylight
Lighting Design, and the owners. Mark Madison of Bob Talbot Construction completed this residence in 2006-2007.
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
under the PROJECTS subcategory of newton residence 1, which is on my main page. A total of 16 exterior photos. You will find additional photographs, under the topic OVERVIEW, 27 total projects. You may need to click the tab which notes "show more projects". Select this window to view all posted photographs
. My design / consultation services are provided for the metro-west Boston, MA. If your project is within this region, please forward more detail information regarding the scope of work, along with the services you are requesting.
to the PROJECTS photographs, there are a number of interior photographs, which are found reviewing PHOTOS, such as foyer, living room, powder room, etc. which are related to this project. These photographs are available to view by going to the side bar and selecting PHOTOS. The rooms are listed, on the
Ridgewater Homes Inc
Heights French Country
Chicken wire. A classic in country kitchens, chicken wire is readily available, very inexpensive and easy to work with. Once the glass has been removed, covering cabinet doors with chicken wire is a doable DIY project for those motivated to try. Just be sure
Chicken wire. A classic in country kitchens, chicken wire is readily available, very inexpensive and easy to work with. Once the glass has been removed, covering cabinet doors with chicken wire is a doable DIY project for those motivated to try. Just be sure to wear gloves
country kitchens, chicken wire is readily available, very inexpensive and easy to work with. Once the glass has been removed, covering cabinet doors with chicken wire is a doable DIY project for those motivated to try. Just be sure to wear gloves to protect your hands whenever working with wire — those
living/dining/kitchen space with an open timber ceiling structure and a 2-story “bedroom tower,” with the kids’ bedroom on the ground floor and the parents’ bedroom stacked above. The interior spaces are wood paneled, with exposed framing in the ceiling. The cabinets use PLYBOO, a FSC-certified bamboo product
on this project without the cap. How did you guys detail this? Thanks for the help, and beautiful project!
Hi, Thanks for your question about our Eagle Harbor Cabin project. The chimney does not have a cap, and it does not seem to be a problem. We find that chimney caps are required in some areas and not required in other areas. A recently completed house just north of
recent projects in Washington state did require caps. It seems to be a function of micro-climates. In heavy rainfall areas, caps appear to be necessary.
dSPACE Studio Ltd
Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building back to single family residence for their young family. The design concept was to
contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar, home office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The home is unified by a grand staircase which is flooded with natural light from a glass laylight roof. The first level includes a formal
deGiulio kitchen and family room. The third level master suite includes a marble bathroom, dressing room, library, and office. The fourth level includes the family bedrooms and a guest suite with a terrace and views of Lake Michigan. The lower level houses a custom cinema. Sustainable elements are seamlessly
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Forest Park project. It made my day!
I love building....seeing the Seagrass imbedded in the kitchen cabinet door is simply just mind blowing! What a creative man you are! We would love to have a design for a home with a hangar that isn't totally overwhelmed by the hangar itself
Hi, Thanks for your question about the wood siding at our Lake Forest Park project. The siding is clear western red cedar, milled in a custom 1x3 T&G v-groove pattern. The finish is Sikkens Cetol 1, 23 Plus, in a custom color blend. --Nils
Forest Park project. In the photo above, the master bedroom is to the left and the master bath is on the right. The existing house had the same footprint, but all the spaces were stripped down to the studs, the floor plan was re-worked, the exterior siding and windows are all new, the interior finishes are
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
ntial Design by Heydt Designs, Interior Design by Benjamin Dhong Interiors, Construction by Kearney & O'Banion, Photography by David Duncan Livingston
house you designed. Could you please let me know how much is the cost to Designe a house like this and what does it include I mean what details? Regards
Love the design. Where can I see the entire floor plan?
Beautiful design! What stone did you use for the step face and planter
room and kitchen. The upper floor has the master suite, plus two full baths and three bedrooms. Two of the rooms are very small. Hope that helps!
i like your design style and i also want to creat design for homes because i am a little drauaght's man civil. so would like like to give me some ideas for