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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Library
Ideabooks16,807
Questions12
bookshelves were custom designed and built. Depending on where you live, that is sometimes no more expensive than buying pre-built.
The interior furnishings were selected by Anita Dawson, Dawson Design Group, out of San Diego
Wonderful job by Anita Dawson, interior designer
Benjamin Moore's Aura Paint AF-40 Lychee. Interiors by Dawson Design Group.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo Here is another wall of books that integrates larger openings for displaying objects other than books. They are horizontal
Architect Hugh Randolph says his mom taught him to be curious and to have empathy, which has helped him look at things from the point of view of his clients — an "invaluable skill," he says, for any architect or designer. Randolph grew up in a house that had a
“I Love averything” — Melissa
Upscale Construction
Evergreen Drive
Ideabooks4,519
Questions3
fast-track schedule. Design decisions and construction had to occur jointly in order to maintain aggressive critical-path deadlines. In order to ensure milestones were met, subcontractors, deliveries, and inspections were closely managed with clear communications between architect, designer, owner, and contractor
Super steep stairs (for in the office attic TO the loft) - NOT the design, but the idea
whole structure is made of steel to provide ample support while keeping the design minimal and open. Contractor: Upscale ConstructionSteelwork: Adrian Burns Design & FabricationArchitect: Buttrick Wong ArchitectsInterior Designer: Agins InteriorsNext: More Small but Mighty Home Office Spaces
“Wire and steel combo” — osnelling
Naiztat + Ham Architects, P.C
29 Reviews
Modern Loft
Ideabooks626
Questions0
in an efficient manner.CAD software can incite great passion among architects and designers. I understand just how personal a decision this is, because it’s used almost every single day. So my goal isn’t to endorse one tool over another. That would be the equivalent of my telling you to sketch using only
important to remember that drafting and design software, like anything else, is just a tool. And unless you’re willing to dust off the drafting board and break out the pounce (remember that stuff?), you’ll need a drawing tool in the form of CAD (computer-aided design) software to create your drawings in
“Glass walls” — shannonchlee
sak designs
1 Review
private residence
Ideabooks3,368
Questions5
A conversation. Many architects and designers mistakenly assume that the interview process is one-sided. The client interviews the designer, who then answers the client’s questions, leaving the client to decide whether or not to hire the designer. Not only is it a wrong assumption; it’s a missed opportunity
substantial investment of resources for both parties. You’ll be investing time and building your brand, so make sure it’s a project that meets your design sensibilities and brand’s mission. If it doesn’t, you’ll not only be doing yourself a disservice, but you won’t be meeting the client’s objectives
best behavior. If you see evidence of a personality conflict in the interview, understand that it will only be amplified when the complexities of the design and construction process are made manifest. Skill at reading the “tells” in an initial client interview takes time to develop, and certainly you’ll
“Pateel room” — Khajag Hovsepian
Kendall Wilkinson Design
1 Review
Seacliff Southern
Ideabooks474
Questions3
The desk was custom made for our client based on an antique design.
I like the combination of the antique furniture and the contemporary feeling that the designer gave the room. This room doesn't look stuffy at all.
The jaw-dropping views of this home are the stuff of architects' and designers' dreams. Wilkinson used the house's picturesque views to the fullest. By implementing large-scale picture windows throughout the home, her clients are able to see the Golden Gate Bridge, the Pacific Ocean, and the Marin Headlands
“CARPET - STARK CROSSROADS” — kissane01
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks6,808
Questions10
I love the desk too. I found the designer's website but no e-mail or phone number. Thanks
interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
They should. The doors are designed to keep air from going into the fireplace so I would believe it would at least help
The interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information. If you have a problem contacting them, please let me know.
interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would
The designers added bookcases that match the room’s honey pine woodwork and restored the wide-plank pine floors and fireplace surround. “It’s very ecologically friendly
“Cool” — phenomenon24
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Great use for the upper floor of a garage
Ideabooks12,397
Questions7
pendants from George Nelson and the Cirrus Ceiling Fan/light by Modern Fan Company help move the air and illuminate in the evenings. A great space for designing custom cards! Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
The same homeowner had been saving this soapstone basin for her renovation, and it works wonderfully in her craft room. The architect, Pi Smith, designed a custom base to hold it. See the rest of this home
and also open to let in the fresh air. More vintage plumbing fixtures were used here; the shallow sink on the right is made of soapstone and Smith designed a custom base for it. In addition, an antique ribbon rack holds the client's ribbon collection. In contrast to that, George Nelson's midcentury modern
“upstairs room” — olive52
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Residence in California
Ideabooks5,849
Questions4
Middle side design with the windows
Who to hire: You can design the wall unit yourself or hire an architect, an interior designer, a home audio specialist or a cabinetmaker to design it for you. The advantage of hiring a pro is that he or she will think of things that might not occur to a layperson, ranging from aesthetics to issues of
“Office” — momof4nj
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