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Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Concord Riverwalk
Ideabooks898
Questions1
Riverwalk is a compact “pocket neighborhood” of 13 Net Zero possible homes, carefully designed with details and systems that enable energy-conscious residents to have all of their daily energy needs met by renewable, on-site solar collection. The market-rate cottages each feature 2 or 3 bedroom layouts
layouts and range from 1,340 to 1,760 sf. Building upon a site plan concept developed by celebrated cottage neighborhood planner Ross Chapin, Union was asked by the client to refine and expand the initial masterplan while developing the aesthetic and details for the Net Zero cottages themselves. Photos:
This is an AMAZING neighborhood!! If possible, I would give anything for a neighborhood with that layout!
“Beacon idea” — wshifman
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Ideabooks2,453
Questions3
Cool the neighborhood. Consider placing trees where they can shade driveways, sidewalks or other paved areas. According to the U.S. Forest Service Center for Urban Forest Research, neighborhoods with well-shaded streets can be up to 6 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than neighborhoods without street
TREES Cool the neighborhood. Consider placing trees where they can shade driveways, sidewalks or other paved areas. According to the U.S. Forest Service Center for Urban Forest Research, neighborhoods with well-shaded streets can be up to 6 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than neighborhoods without street
Cool the neighborhood. Consider placing trees where they can shade driveways, sidewalks or other paved areas. According to the U.S. Forest Service Center for Urban Forest Research, neighborhoods with well-shaded streets can be up to 6 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than neighborhoods without street
“Arbor” — lccp
John Hill
Vanderbilt Studio in Brooklyn by Adjaye Associates
Ideabooks374
Questions0
one of many neighborhoods in the borough that has been gentrified to a greater or lesser degree in recent decades. This house is a little bit of a trek from Prospect Park (Brooklyn's answer to Central Park, also designed by Frederick Law Olmsted), but it is very close to the neighborhood's own Fort Greene
car.You can even get the Walk Score for your neighborhood, which takes into account things like proximity to markets, parks, shops and restaurants. Fort Greene, Brooklyn, where this home shown is, scores a 98: "Walker's Paradise." Read more about neighborhood walkability
to share your proposed plan with your neighbors prior to the design review meeting. Most neighbors will be in support of any improvements to the neighborhood, and it will help you avoid negative feedback from them during the meeting. Design review boards always find projects that have the support of the
“variety of materials” — starstyl
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks14,112
Questions10
local attractions? What do you enjoy about your neighborhood? Maybe there is a great café or farmer's market within walking distance, or a wonderful row of antiques shops, or a little-known gem of a museum. Shine the best possible light on your neighborhood to entice people who may know little about it
limits opportunities to meet other people in the community. But if that's the case in your neighborhood, the good news is that there's a simple solution: defining or building public spaces based on your neighborhood's needs.
“Love❤️❤️❤️” — kabel4892
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Duke Street, Alexandria
Ideabooks4,712
Questions5
your neighborhood? Is it a place you enjoy? What about the neighbors? What about amenities? Are you happy your children go to the local schools? In sum, make sure that the neighborhood is the right fit. Take to heart the old adage that you can always fix a house but you can't fix a neighborhood
How do you feel about your neighborhood? Is it a place you enjoy? What about the neighbors? What about amenities? Are you happy your children go to the local schools? In sum, make sure that the neighborhood is the right fit. Take to heart the old adage that you can
can always fix a house but you can't fix a neighborhood.
“white paint?” — 303w29
Becky Harris
Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
Ideabooks2,070
Questions7
Glorious home; such stature in the neighbourhood! The colour is perfect!
Inman Park NeighborhoodLocation: A mile from downtown, this neighborhood borders the funky Little Five Points area — great for shopping for vintage threads and live music — plus Cabbagetown and the Historic Old Fourth Ward.Noteworthy: Inman Park was Atlanta's first streetcar suburb.The neighborhood mixes
energy of the neighborhood with apartments, townhouses, single-family homes, shops, salons and great restaurants, and is a great example of well-designed urban infill. One of the first completed phases of the BeltLine and another large park cross right through the middle of the neighborhood. It also has
“House” — alli_tatz
Princeton Architectural Press
From the Ground Up
Ideabooks1,186
Questions3
Near Westside neighborhood of Syracuse for more reasons than proximity to Syracuse University. As Mark Robbins, dean of the university's School of Architecture describes it, the "From the Ground Up competition seeks to provide another model for disinvested urban residential neighborhoods found throughout
Sorkin picks up on in his essay in the book, the winning houses are highly individual forms that have a scale similar to existing houses in the neighborhood but stand out strongly from them.
“Industrial barn style????” — Maillot Homes
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bon Ton Residence
Ideabooks31,376
Questions34
collapse; a long-neglected property finally just fell to pieces and left a vacant lot behind. The neighborhood is about 100 years old and contains a mix of styles from the era. In keeping with the neighborhood’s style, Dennee limited the facade to a simple vocabulary of just a few elements, then made the
“Contrast” — maemae3b2g
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