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Summerhouse SkåneLASC Studio
I want a house like this one with a different color.:
simple house w wood and color and cool interior loft
home feel very much like a loft. The main goal for the team was to open the house up as much as possible. While part of that process was removing some pieces of the structure, it also involved re-inventing the existing house by opening up doors and windows in the original walls.
home feel very much like a loft. The main goal for the team was to open the house up as much as possible. While part of that process was removing some pieces of the structure, it also involved re-inventing the existing house by opening up doors and windows in the original walls. Check out other great
area feel very much like a loft. The main goal for the team was to open up the house as much as possible. While part of that process was removing some pieces of the structure, it also involved reinventing the existing house by opening up doors and windows in the original walls.
have offered for millennia. This house in Palo Alto, California, for example, has beautifully striated rammed-earth walls (seen at the back and left of this photo), complemented by horizontally paned wood (seen on the right wall). Why you might want to build a house of straw and mud
The entrance to the house is from the gap between the main house and studio. The rammed earth walls in this photo are in the background and to the left. Note: See how the wood walls inside the house have a similar "coursing," arising from a completely different type of construction.
they have offered for millennia.This house in Palo Alto, California, for example, has beautifully striated rammed-earth walls (seen at the back and left of this photo), complemented by horizontally paned wood (seen on the right wall). Why you might want to build a house of straw and mud
Walkway between main house and suite?
Walkway between house and guest house
part of the house to the next
Simply a hall to connect the apartment to the house
Maybe a cool corridor to guest house?
walkway between house
Green house
Napa Vineyard HouseRemick Associates Architects + Master Builders
HOW MANY SQUARE FEET ARE EACH BUILDING? IS THERE PICTURES AND DETAILS OF EACH SPACE?GREAT LOOKING HOUSE
glass walk way between two houses
connection from house to house for Lia
Cool breezeway to garage or pool house
Connect parts of the house with enclosed walkways.
This is what we need to join our house to the garage/annexe.
Earth FlowCopeland Architecture & Construction Inc
Concrete walls were formed by wood panels similar to the wood panels in the rest of the house, so the concrete looks similar to other parts of the house
The well-insulated roof and the use of other Passive House principles allowed the homeowners to forgo an air conditioner and still maintain consistently comfortable temperatures
Light from above for the part of house that's against the stone.
I would like to add more wood and industrial . Copeland Architecture & Construction Inc“If you’re going to bury your house in the hill, you’re going to have a very dark side,” Fountain says. To
“If you’re going to bury your house in the hill, you’re going to have a very dark side,” Fountain says. To combat the darkness, a Kalwall skylight runs the length of the hallway.A barn door made from the same snow-fence wood used for the exterior siding leads to the office.
California Cape CodJasmine Roth
dog house...Stella house...Dog´s house...Dog house!
Indoor tree house
Tree houses...indoor Tree House...Tree house!...Tree house indoor...fun house...Tree in the house...Tree house
Palma PlazaHugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
The walls are old siding of pine that were already in the house and reused as cladding. They are known as "shiplap" siding. Thanks !
reused shiplap siding; they are the clearest expression inside of what the architect calls the house’s fiction. As he explains in a video about the house, “A lot of what is newly built looks old”; the house is a mix of the existing, the old reimagined and the new. In other words, it is not a simple dichotomy
Stairs open - in same part of house for basement and upstairs
had to buy a one-story ranch house due to our child's multiply handicapped needs. But Bruce and I cared deeply about owning an old home with lots of character. We felt that we needed accessible space, but we also needed to fulfill our dreams of home ownership."The house is near the town center, which
had to buy a one-storey ranch house due to our child’s multiple handicapped needs. But Bruce and I cared deeply about owning an old home with lots of character. We felt that we needed accessible space, but we also needed to fulfill our dreams of home ownership.”The house is near the town centre, which
Mill Valley, CAUrrutia Design
At the top of the stairs between the first and second floors of the main house is a small sitting area backed by an 8x16' window that opens to the rear of the house and the pool deck.
At the top of the stairs between the first and second floors of the main house is a small sitting area backed by a huge window that opens to the rear of the house and the pool area.
Hill HouseMihaly Slocombe
Hi, This house is gorgeous! Are the walls concrete and if so is it cast in-situ? Thanks. Kind Regards, Kate
Kelheg: When the house was built in 2006, the rammed earth cost around AU$300/sqm. I'm sure it's more now. It's a fair bit more expensive than brick, but it is 300mm thick
countertop made of recycled gray ironbark, a type of eucalyptus, creates warmth against the neutral walls throughout the house, including in this split-level service entry.
comment: A combined floor and countertop made of recycled gray ironbark, a type of eucalyptus, creates warmth against the neutral walls throughout the house, including in this split-level service entry. Jo's comment: I think it might be easier to add color to the walls!
The flow of the house feels natural and effortless. After entering through the front door, the house leads you from room to room on a path surrounding the courtyard. Each room has a different view of the courtyard, forest, and the rest of the house.
The flow of the house feels natural and effortless. After entering through the front door, the house leads you from room to room on a path surrounding the courtyard. Each room has a different view of the courtyard, forest, and the rest of the house.
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