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Try to get this kind of view into back yard
ndows framing a view of some nearby, interestingly shaped trees are just part of the strategy here. A reflecting pool doubles the image, making a beautiful view even better.
beautiful view...What a view...The view...View pool...A view to behold!...framed view
paul oosthuizen architects
Window frames the landscape creating a living picture
Picture frame window and staircase departing two strong vistas
I like the sea view from my living room
This view is from the kitchen looking down the glass-lined hallway that opens the house to the outdoors. A lounge is to the left, and a picture frame concrete wall shows board-formed concrete markings, a common element in the house. The staircase is a salvaged Victorian piece the client brought in.
This view is from the kitchen looking down the glass-lined hallway that opens the house to the outdoors. A lounge is to the left, and a picture frame concrete wall shows board-formed concrete markings, a common element in the house. The staircase is a salvaged Victorian piece the client brought in. It
Darwin D. Martin House
way it frames views of the landscape on both sides — the more public side on the right and the private (driveway) side on the left.The rhythm of the space recalls Wright's design for the Larkin Company headquarters, also in Buffalo and completed two years after the Martin House. Originally a soap company
Seattle Architect & Designer
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Russian River Studio
skylight, colours,opaque door, grey frames,cement floor
window framing view...door and frame...window as a frame
Jon Eady Photographer
Cliff Line Road - Golden CO
simple framing of view
Palo Alto Residence
thin wood frames
View to rear off house
William Duff Architects, Inc.
William Duff Architects
uninterrupted view from one room to next
picture frames, the view towards the operable wall makes it clear that the rhythm of the wall and clerestories extends outside to the guardrail and even planters. The rooftop deck beckons.More: Lower-Cost, Low-Tech Modern DesignRegional Modern Home Design
commands a view of the expansive river valley to the south. L-shaped in plan, the house’s master suite is located in the western leg and is isolated away from other functions allowing privacy. The living room, dining room, and kitchen anchor the southern, more traditional wing of the house with its spacious
the line of different frames along the corridor
multiple frames at eye level along the length of the wall
collection of frames hang gallery style to balance the weight of the imposing bank of windows. The frames are spread out long the length of the hallway instead of a typical square configuration. This reinforces the line of the hallway and keeps you walking, but slows down the pace a bit.