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Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Dobkins House........Wright would never design a home with first receiving a topographical map of the property. The 14 Pin Oaks that surround the house were specified in Wright's plan
set-back location of the house makes it almost undetectable to passersby. “Wright would never begin a design without first receiving a topographical map of the property,” says Dan. The 14 pin oaks that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan. The homeowners proudly continue to restore
set-back location of the house makes it almost undetectable to passersby. “Wright would never begin a design without first receiving a topographical map of the property,” says Dan. The 14 pin oaks that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan.
Joni L. Janecki & Associates, Inc.
Architecture, sits lightly on its site and connects outwards to the Preserve’s landscape. We located the structure at the lowest point between surrounding hills so that it would be as visually inconspicuous as possible. Rammed earth walls, built using earth excavated from the site, define outdoor living spaces
LEED house A rural home that is well integrated with its site can respond to the local natural environment and even contribute to the area's biodiversity and ecology. By using resources already in the future building
and by employing landscaping techniques such as xeriscaping (the elimination of irrigation needs), the impact of the building can be minimal and the site can serve as an extension of the natural surroundings.
hellow! can you help me with the map of the whole house at the left ? thanksl.
Go to Becker Studio site and look at Med. 1 story, rooflines, layout
A spirit of place. “Genius loci“ usually refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent a sensitive response
4. A spirit of place. “Genius loci“ usually refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent a sensitive response
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
advantage of the view as much as possible,” she says. “Sometimes modern homes look like they’ve landed on the site out of nowhere. We wanted to make the home indistinguishable from the site, totally embedded and following the contours.”
arrive que les maisons contemporaines ressemblent à des soucoupes volantes débarquant de nulle part. Nous voulions totalement intégrer la maison au site, pour qu’elle se confonde avec son environnement jusque dans ses contours. »
Our 1954 Mid Century Ranch Home, Napa, CA
Concrete pathway to front of house. We replaced ugly drains with rain chains made out of corten steel. Custom planter made out of corten steel.
Marvin Windows and Doors
project succeeds not only in creating beautiful architecture, but in making us better understand the nature of the site and context. It has a presence that feels completely rooted in its site and raised above any appeal to fashion. It clarifies local traditions while extending them.” This single-family
authentic presence in the surrounding agricultural landscape and strong visual and physical connections to the site. The design incorporated an existing colonial residence, resituated on the site and preserved along with contemporary additions on three sides. The resulting home strikes a perfect balance
balance between traditional farmhouse architecture and sophisticated contemporary living. Inspiration came from the hilltop site and mountain views, the existing colonial residence, and the traditional forms of New England farm and barn architecture. The house and barn were designed to be a modern interpretation
Fivedot Design Build
A bungalow containing a bedroom, sitting room, kitchenette and two bathrooms. This project provides on site housing for the owner of a construction firm and guest quarters when he is not on site. The project uses thickened side walls and glazed end walls to blur the border between inside and outside
outside. The large deck and overhanging roof allow outdoor enjoyment in the hot and wet climate of Costa Rica. Integrated stacked stone site walls tie the building into the site while the raised deck frames the expansive views down the valley.
We typically don't sell plans as each project is designed for a specific client and site. We would be happy to talk to you about your project if you like.