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Custom Traditional New England Home in Brentwood, CA
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Deck, Sitting Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Study, Downstairs Guest Room, Foyer, Morning Room, Covered Loggia, Mud Room. Features warm copper gutters and downspouts as well as copper standing seam roofs that grace the main entry and side yard lower roofing elements to complement
“Staircase and ceiling height” — sandrapeavey
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Vanguarda Architects
CZZ House
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master suite with the exterior. A large projecting roof shelters the pedestrian access, re-created with a cut on the roof and a double parking space. On the rear, there is a large room intended for family and social activities, with a kitchen, a living room and a dining room, separated from the private
“ily” — anneily
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
19 Reviews
Indigo Lane House
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From the upper floor landing, one has a view down the length of the house to the living room and master bedroom wing beyond. photo: Mercio Photography
It is passive solar with radiant cement floors. In VT it would need a peaked roof - could put solar panels or tiles on the roof. Anne/Gary could built it into a bank - and have fewer windows in the front. Nice open floor plan.
“It is passive solar with radiant cement floors. In VT it would need a peaked roof - could put solar” — cjb144
JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates)
JMA
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Built in the French Mediterranean style, the 7200 square foot, two-story house is constructed of Rastra block for all its walls with clay tiles on the roof. The home's interior gets its warm appearance from the plaster walls and the reclaimed wood on its ceilings and beams. Radiant heating in the antique
“Tavertine with wood borders” — Jiji John
JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates)
Napa Farmhouse
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residence blends indoor and outdoor living into one with its use of large, lift-n-slide doors and screened porch. An entry breezeway links the private and public wings of the house and leads to the pool, the garden and panoramic views of the Napa Valley. Custom-built roof trusses, plaster walls, floors of
of reclaimed oak and deeply stained concrete, ship-lap siding and antiqued, corrugated metal roofing that harken back to a farm vernacular, are all meticulously detailed around modern features like the open, professional-grade kitchen, wine room with its computerized inventory system, private office
“Again, bookshelves down hall to guest qtr.” — cender
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Seola Beach Residence
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room, guest suite, and storage. The form of the house and the gull-wing roofs take maximum advantage of beautiful waterfront views and provide interior spaces that are comfortably intimate or dramatically vaulted. The extensive roof overhangs protect the house and modulate the southern and southwestern
unique house. The 3250 square foot house is designed as a pair of connected wings linked by a formal dining hall for entertaining and family events. A Living Room and Kitchen facing the water and western terraces together with utility spaces and a garage occupy the southern ground floor; the northern ground
“The picture window in the top left corner for above stairs” — elysegr85
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Hallway Skylight
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(10 of 13) Garden shed San Francisco, California I could DEF live here!!!
Hallway Roof
“Hallway Roof” — kcbr
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
San Francisco Residence
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idea to open up to living room without totally losing space on second floor.
hybrids that combine bridges with single-loaded hallways, what are basically mezzanines. This one locates books opposite windows, all under a sloping roof.
hallway roof
“Beams” — Michelle Byerlee
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