708 tropical house design architecture Hall Design Photos

Modern Hall
Ideabooks2,555
Questions3
Can u show some wardrobe designs and colours
Bookcases....how do we connect house to garage? It would be awesome to get another bath, office and lots of storage out of the space.
indoor palms - in this picutre isinexpensive parlor palm (Chamaedorea elegans) but more expensive lady palm (Rhapis excelsa) has glossy tropical - looking leaves, also Kentia palm, sentry palm(Howea spp) like coconut palms,
labeled 'cat palm,' 'areca palm' or 'majesty palm.' One option is lady palm (Rhapis excelsa); it usually comes with a higher price tag, but its glossy, tropical-looking leaves and resilient nature make it well worth the investment. Kentia palm and sentry palm (Howea spp) are two other pricy palms, but they're
“ngoài cầu thang chung (qui monte tous les étages) có thể làm étagère nơi tường để” — lvlhvb
A. Leese Image
Villa AN2 Pecard Architecte
Ideabooks987
Questions0
sense of stability and cohesiveness. For example, the eye follows the continuous movement along this hallway through the use of the repeated architectural upright posts and floor lighting.
clear sense of stability and cohesiveness. For example, the eye follows the continuous movement along this hallway through the use of the repeated architectural upright posts and floor lighting.
clear sense of stability and cohesiveness. For example, the eye follows the continuous movement along this hallway through the use of the repeated architectural upright posts and floor lighting.
“Elements. Shape and Form. This seems to be, again, focusing on form more than shape. The pillars' pl” — ransomflanders
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Winslow
Ideabooks4,175
Questions6
wall is made of, is what opens. Architecturally, the door becomes a piece of the wall instead of being something entirely separate from the wall, as in traditional architectural design. In fact, whereas in traditional architecture the door is a celebrated architectural element that announces the connection
as if a large panel, one of many that the wall is made of, is what opens. Architecturally, the door becomes a piece of the wall instead of being something entirely separate from the wall, as in traditional architectural design.
wall is made of, is what opens. Architecturally, the door becomes a piece of the wall instead of being something entirely separate from the wall, as in traditional architectural design. In fact, whereas in traditional architecture the door is a celebrated architectural element that announces the connection
“hidden doors” — George Frendo
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
Come visit our unique design center! Whether you want simple & functional or elaborate & decorative – we offer an array of products to complement every style and budget – and we install!
Sponsored
Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
1 Review
Napa Vineyard House
Ideabooks1,777
Questions3
HOW MANY SQUARE FEET ARE EACH BUILDING? IS THERE PICTURES AND DETAILS OF EACH SPACE?GREAT LOOKING HOUSE
principal at Remick Associates Architecture, says, "We wanted to have a courtyard, but the planning commission wanted everything under one roof. The glass passageway allows us to be enclosed yet open to the view."
sick - sections off parts of the house for elderly apartments, and reducing
pretty stark, but still interesting. Stairway treatment really cool. (Dave says—this doesn't do much for me—the glass doesn't add much—there's no "design" here)
very clean modern lines, sight and design...
possibly a traditional design made to look more contemp
Glass walkway between wings of a house. Cool.
“Stiklas” — krimst
Copeland Architecture & Construction Inc
1 Review
Earth Flow
Ideabooks982
Questions1
Love love love this design!! Your work is very unique and appealing!!
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 inside. Contemporary Hall by Copeland Architecture & Construction Inc Copeland Architecture & Construction
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
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
“murs et planchers” — amarie1919
Demetriades + Walker
16 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,294
Questions2
industrial and residential worlds. This particular material is made by GKD; others favorite companies of mine are Banker Wire and Cambridge Architectural.
Post and beam house with white dove walls oc17
companies of mine are Banker Wire and Cambridge Architectural. Each company offers a comprehensive product line of quality woven- and welded-wire meshes and fabrics, along with a complementary array of options. Almost everything is up for consideration and design: wire gauge, spacing, aspect ratio, attachment
mesh so things done fall down? Maybe we can incorporate with the other elements that you have designed?
material is made by GKD; others favorite companies of mine are Banker Wire and Cambridge Architectural. Each company offers a comprehensive product line of quality woven- and welded-wire meshes
“Stairwell designs” — deehusa
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
17 Reviews
Bridge lighting
Ideabooks3,305
Questions2
wing and the main house. Architect:Tom Cole of Points West Architecture and Land Group, Vail, Colorado Interiors: Robyn Scott Interiors Key Words: Bridge, Lighting, Bridge Lighting, Contemporary Lighting, mountain contemporary lighting, lighting design, professional lighting design, professional lighting
lighting designer lighting, lighting designer, wood ceiling lighting,light wash, light, modern, mountain contemporary, mountain contemporary, mountain contemporary, modern lighting, modern floor lighting, modern bridge lighting, contemporary bridge lighting, hallway lighting, contemporary hall lighting
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
The architect was Tom Cole at Point's west architecture in the Vail Valley in Colorado. Tom could probably answer that one. He can be reached at tcole@pointswestvail.com
“Hallway” — eskimo04
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
50s remodel
Ideabooks3,013
Questions3
So nice to see a MCM that retained some of the fun original features of the design. Love the easy living flow of this era of architecture and much of it is still valid today. Well done.
I like the brick planter in the house
1. Ferns. I love this family of plants, with their lush green tropical growth. When I hear people say they kill ferns, I tell them to remember where these plants come from in nature and try to duplicate those conditions. While we can't create a rainforest in our living rooms, we can give ferns regular
“Plants!” — matthewjleitch
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™