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Sanders Pace Architecture
Holston River House
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The three legs of the Y are occupied by the living room, the master suite and the garage.
square meters) conditioned space; 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsThe three legs of the Y are occupied by the living room, the master suite and the garage. Here we can see the master bedroom on the left and the living room on the right. Where the three legs meet in the center, the master suite and living room are
“Kappen” — richardwigestrand
Three Legged Pig Design
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EDDIE House
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EDDIE House by Three Legged Pig Design
Three Legged Pig Design
“Fachada” — chiquifer
Three Legged Pig Design
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EDDIE House
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Three Legged Pig Design
“best” — Eshwar Rajput
Three Legged Pig Design
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Make Room, Modern Design meets Craft/ 2013 ACC Show
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Three Legged Pig Design
Three Legged Pig Design
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Make Room, Modern Design meets Craft/ 2013 ACC Show
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Three Legged Pig Design
Sanders Pace Architecture
Holston River House
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This view toward the living room captures the way the leg projects beyond the concrete foundation. The glazing in the center, where the three legs come together, is where the dining room is located to take advantage of mountain views to the north.
“Nice!” — Connie Lopez
Sanders Pace Architecture
Holston River House
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The three legs of the Y are occupied by the living room, the master suite and the garage. Here we can see the master bedroom on the left and the living room on the right. Where the three legs meet in the center, the master suite and living room are
“La Commandant” — Équipe Solution Construction inc.
American Institute of Architects, San Francisco
2012 San Francisco Living: Home Tours
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EDDIE House | Three Legged Pig Design Located in the city’s Richmond neighborhood, the EDDIE house is a newly renovated and expanded Edwardian era home completed in May 2011. EDDIE is an updated and contemporary version of Edward, retaining the scale and solid bones of the existing home, yet mixing
new materials, forms, and sustainable features to reflect our modern times. The project consisted of a complete remodel of the interior as well as a three- story, 1,100 sq ft addition to the back of the property. The structure was seismically upgraded and the new ground floor concrete with radiant heating
“Garden containers” — dhl61
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