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Green Bend Farm exterior
materials, centuries old antiques, vintage collectables, and modern accents, plus an 80,000 gallon pool. Photo by Emily Winters © 2011 Houzz
Seattle Custom Home Builder & Remodeler
Best of Houzz 2013
Best of Houzz 2013
Ventana Construction is a full-service professional remodeler and custom home builder. We build custom homes from the ground up as well as large-scale remodels and additions.
T. Jeffery Clarke Architect LLC
Private Residence Princeton #2
an 18th century foundation. A Dutch Colonial Revival house was built on top of the original building in 1932. In 2006 we designed extensive additions in complementary style and connected the house to it's formerly freestanding garage, leaving a breezeway through which to reach the rear yard. Photo
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
existing century home and its detached garage. Deriving its form from the scale of the existing buildings, program requirements, site orientation and micro-climate, the strategic positioning of the addition creates a mini-campus of new and re-defined architectural elements, transforming the original site
John Toates Architecture and Design
Farm Complex Addition and Renovations - Oley, PA
Godden Sudik Architects Inc
Wheatlands by Century Communities was the HBA Denver Bar Awards winner for “Best Architectural Design Detached Home 300,001 to 400,000” 2011. This house features fantastic outdoor living spaces, unique flex spaces/rooms and a breathtaking dining area.
Image Design LLC
Granite Hill Project - LEED for Homes "Gold"
Copyrighted Photography by Jim Blue, with BlueLaVaMedia
Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design
The Ladue House 2
the 21st century. We turned to the Shingle Style of Martha’s Vineyard for opportunities in design, detailing, and scale. It was important that the shingle style 7,000 s.f. residence be appropriate in context and not overwhelm the neighborhood. The front elevation, with its large, sweeping porch, graciously