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Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
Ideabooks1,736
Questions0
In this house, by Furman + Keil Architects, the screened-in porch is subtractive, since it sits under the roof it shares with the living spaces to the right and beyond.
This screened in porch is subtractive as it sits under the roof it shares with the living spaces to the right
of the rest of the house’s form. In this house, by Furman + Keil Architects, the screened-in porch is subtractive, since it sits under the roof it shares with the living spaces to the right and beyond. To see it as subtractive, think of the plan as a rectangle and the porch as occupying one quadrant
of the rest of the house’s form. In this house, by Furman + Keil Architects, the screened-in porch is subtractive, since it sits under the roof it shares with the living spaces to the right and beyond. To see it as subtractive, think of the plan as a rectangle and the porch as occupying one quadrant
“Louvres” — Pat Bost
B9 Architects Inc
Family Share
Ideabooks427
Questions2
Family Share
family share
“contrast” — jtrousdell
Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Hampton Cottage Style Home
Ideabooks5,021
Questions8
Please share info about the ext. stonework - brand, colour style. Thx
Stormtroopers.Add your own: Does your house have a face? Please share your photo in the Comments.
We’re garage doors now, but soon they’ll promote us to full-time Stormtroopers.Add your own: Does your house have a face? Please share your photo in the Comments.
“colors” — jillargall
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Family Share Residence
Ideabooks51
Questions0
Family Share Residence
“окна” — andrei1122
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Cole Residence
Ideabooks12,555
Questions10
nice to regroup and kick back together at the end of the day. Make a ritual of carrying snacks and beverages into the backyard or onto the porch and sharing stories from your day.
the day. Make a ritual of carrying snacks and beverages into the backyard or onto the porch and sharing stories from your day.Tell us: How do you prepare for weekend guests? Have any fun activity ideas? Share them in the Comments section!More:Impress Your Guests: 8 Tips for Gracious Guest RoomsCreating
“Cole house everything” — klimbach
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Rivendell Manor
Ideabooks47,418
Questions19
It's adorable. My husband and I recently purchased 18 acres of land in Madisonville, LA. I have an idea in mind to design a development that we could share with family members and thought this would be a sweet chapel for all of us to use.
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research, consider the fluctuating market, look for special features that can affect the price and find someone whose opinions to trust. Then she shares how to weigh and use that information. If you ever plan to buy a home, bookmark this ideabook now.Full story: How to Avoid Paying Too Much for a House
“placare piatra” — doina_a
John Hill
Vanderbilt Studio in Brooklyn by Adjaye Associates
Ideabooks378
Questions0
Be a good neighbor. It’s always recommended 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
neighbors easier to approve than those that do not.Tell us: Do you have any design review process nightmares or successes others can learn from? Please share your story in the Comments.
“variety of materials” — starstyl
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
Ideabooks2,457
Questions3
being on a boat. You learn what’s essential. It’s made me a better architect.” See more of this homeDo you live in less than 1,000 square feet? Please share a photo of your house in the Comments section.
“cabin” — Susan Peters Ingersoll
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