building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
shoup residence + office compound
Ideabooks1,645
Questions1
Located adjacent to Linden Park at 999 43rd street in Oakland, the property can be described as transitional on many levels. In the urban sense, the neighborhood remains somewhat edgy but is slowly absorbing some of the calming effects of gentrification. Although momentum has stalled somewhat since the economic downturn, recent re-occupation of two nearby warehouses, one as ho...More
“Konnex. Dogs” — 124marianne
Msl Associates Ltd. Architects
3 Reviews
Montana Residence
Ideabooks1,172
Questions2
“front 1” — davidbatero
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Lowcountry Estate | Richmond Hill, Georgia
Ideabooks494
Questions1
This estate at The Ford Plantation is anchored by a classic Lowcountry home with stately proportions. A charming guest house sits to its right. Just out of sight at left is a three bay carriage house, connected to the main house via a covered breezeway. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson
“structure” — meganjane226
DSA Architects
French Colonial
Ideabooks4,665
Questions6
“Appealing” — Karen McPhee
David Matero Architecture
6 Reviews
Private Residence Phippsburg Maine
Ideabooks537
Questions1
Cedar boards spaced a couple inches apart is used to hide the walkout basement area under the porch
“deck skirting” — 12to
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Courtyard with Fountain
Ideabooks3,321
Questions5
The intimate entry court of this Carmel residence is washed in morning light and protected from the canyon winds. The covered rear terrace overlooks the pool and views to the distant ocean. Weathered finishes, simple details, and a muted palette evoke the rustic architecture of central Italy. Hand forged ironwork, antique roof tile, and combining brick with stone are common des...More
“Colors” — dnedd
BRAD RABINOWITZ ARCHITECT
Treehouse near Mountain Top Inn
Ideabooks59
Questions0
“House” — jop3395
Martin Fenlon Architecture
Bojanic House View
Ideabooks4,818
Questions2
“stairs” — mfhollon
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