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Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Rugged Retreat
Ideabooks2,519
Questions0
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
Home (4 / 8) Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
“I like this. Very different then anything I have seen!” — Daniel Lindenmuth
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Enivronmentally Friendly
Ideabooks1,811
Questions4
sure the inverter is covered for at least 10 years and the panels are covered for 20 to 25 years. o Uses panels made by a manufacturer based in the U.S. That way your warranty will still protect you if the manufacturer goes belly up. o Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability
sure the inverter is covered for at least 10 years and the panels are covered for 20 to 25 years. Uses panels made by a manufacturer based in the U.S. That way your warranty will still protect you if the manufacturer goes belly up. Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability
Be sure the inverter is covered for at least 10 years and the panels are covered for 20 to 25 years. •Uses panels made by a manufacturer based in the U.S. That way your warranty will still protect you if the manufacturer goes belly up. •Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability
“green” — pmccnow
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
Ideabooks2,869
Questions3
ShinglesHuntington Beige HC-21: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/huntingtonbeige ClapboardsCrownpoint Sand HC-90: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/crownpointsand TrimGreenmount Silk HC-3: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/greenmountsilk I believe the gingerbread is
ShinglesHuntington Beige HC-21: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/huntingtonbeige ClapboardsCrownpoint Sand HC-90: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/crownpointsand TrimGreenmount Silk HC-3: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/greenmountsilk I believe the gingerbread is
“beige ClapboardsCrownpoint Sand HC-90: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/crownpointsand TrimGreenmount Silk HC-3: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/greenmountsilk I believe the gingerbread is the color used for the clapboards.” “Clapboard Exterior”
“BM Huntinton Beige” — giselavilarino
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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks3,365
Questions2
Make a connection. Moving, downsizing or combining households is a fact of life, and having a "forever home" just isn't practical for many of us. But even if you're not sure how long you'll stay in one place, you can still have a forever connection with your house by incorporating smaller-scale
The big dream. More than simply owning a house, I think a big dream many of us share is to have a home that we feel connected with, where our families grow and some of our best memories are made. Each of us has our own particular set of challenges, and owning a house is not always a feasible
1. Make a connection. Moving, downsizing or combining households is a fact of life, and having a "forever home" just isn't practical for many of us. But even if you're not sure how long you'll stay in one place, you can still have a forever connection with your house by incorporating smaller-scale
“Natural picket fence” — cwick03
Andrew Hinman Architecture
4 Reviews
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
Ideabooks6,337
Questions3
Extremely creative idea. Would love to make this work for us.
Many of us boomers will hear the call of the open road. We'll proudly display all of those state decals on the side of the RV as we take in what this vast country
10. An unusual trailer in Texas, US Architect Andrew Hinman was approached to find an odd solution to a very unusual client design dilemma: how to put a vintage 1950s 12-metre trailer next
An unusual trailer in Texas, US Architect Andrew Hinman was approached to find an odd solution to a very unusual client design dilemma: how to put a vintage 1950s 12-metre trailer next
“integrated cedar hot tub” — Suzanne Walker
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Main House
Ideabooks8,550
Questions10
floor/walk out basement. We would love to include a loft as well for the view aspect but don't want to end up building too big. Thank you for sharing with us!
many important functions for a roof. Though its primary purposes may be to shed water and protect us from the elements, a well-thought-out roof does so much more. It can tether us to the landscape or let us soar up and away. And the best roofs can do both at the same time.
“Avoid: barn style longrun” — wekaheights
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks5,490
Questions4
Some roofs step out and up, reaching higher as they lift us. The roof, starting as a simple gable, follows the geometry of the form below. The roof extends here, gets subtracted there. All the while it pulls us into the clearing and rewards us with a bit of sky.
“The exterior” — Paola Gonzalez
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House entry
Ideabooks379
Questions0
didn’t want the house to impose itself too heavily on the landscape and surrounding neighborhood. “Breaking up the building into various forms allowed us plenty of internal living space without creating visual bulk from the street — treating the building form almost like a landscape in itself,” says F
didn’t want the house to impose itself too heavily on the landscape and surrounding neighbourhood. “Breaking up the building into various forms allowed us plenty of internal living space without creating visual bulk from the street – treating the building form almost like a landscape in itself,” Fitzpatrick
didn’t want the house to impose itself too heavily on the landscape and surrounding neighbourhood. ‘Breaking up the building into various forms allowed us plenty of internal living space without creating visual bulk from the street — treating the building form almost like a landscape in itself,’ says F
“mixed materials” — dentalone
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