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6 extensive green roof modules Home Office Design Photos
Nestled into sloping topography, the design of this home allows privacy from the street while providing unique vistas throughout the house and to the surrounding hill country and downtown skyline. Layering rooms with each other as well as circulation galleries, insures seclusion while allowing stunning downtown views. The owners' goals of creating a home with a contemporary flow and finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with...
Hill Country ResidenceCornerstone Architects
active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting
from the module of stone that comprises the wall. The window has the appearance that a stone block was carefully removed to let light in. The trim treatment supports the lightness of the glazed insertion but also highlights the thickness and monolithic nature of the stone wall.
from the module of stone that comprises the wall.
Extension jambs - steel in stone wall - think about as possibility for concrete walls
Ka'apuni Beach EstatePeter Vincent Architects
1/30/2013 i like this room because has the green color and has that
desk, green swivel chair and table
green n brown for dad
Colors brown and green
love the green chair!!
green outdoor cushions
green cushions...Green outdoor couch...Patio...like roof...WALL GREEN COLOR...Green chairs...Extension of...green side chair
This 6500 s.f. new home on one of the best blocks in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights, was designed for the needs of family with two work-from-home professionals. We focused on well-scaled rooms and excellent flow between spaces. We applied customized classical detailing and luxurious materials over a modern design approach of clean lines and state-of-the-art contemporary amenities. Materials include integral color stucco, custom mahogany windows, book-matched Calacatta marble, slate roofing and wrought-iron...
Pacific Heights Home HomeofficeWinder Gibson Architects
slate roofing and wrought-iron railings.
media extension on zPC)
West Village DuplexStudio ST Architects, P.C.
I like this type of sunroom, with lots of plants and a green wall along the wall.
Curved framework & blinds on glass roof
roof & wall in glass
curved window and roof
desk idea for sunroom extension
front extension...rounded roof...appeal for roof...the glass roof...curved roof.
This extensive renovation designed by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP and built by Arlene Dean, completely transforms the look of the original structure. The main source of inspiration for the new design came from Greene & Greene’s Gamble House, which is considered by many as the pinnacle of the original turn of the century Craftsman Style Homes. Distinctive features from that style include the use of exposed timber framing, low pitched roof forms with large overhangs, gangs of windows, and extensive built-in...
Wasserman ResidenceRawlings Design, Inc.
This extensive renovation designed by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP and built by Arlene Dean, completely transforms the look of the original structure. The main source of inspiration for the new design came from Greene & Greene’s Gamble House, which is considered by many as the pinnacle of the original
pitched roof forms with large overhangs, gangs of windows, and extensive built-in furniture. The Home Office is separated from the Living Room and Kitchen by a partition wall and built-in cabinets, leaving a gap at the top for natural light. The timber structure is exposed and integrated into the built-in
of the extension is large and spacious, and is the perfect place for Alting to work on his development plans for further developing Vlietland Recreational Park. The desk is strewn with plans to develop a housing estate on the water’s edge over the coming years. A fold-out sofabed gives guests a cozy place