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Black & White Apartment
hanging black plastic lines work as sculpture
Algues - freeform sculptural objects?
Vinci | Hamp Architects
John Kearney, the property's tenant from 1950 to 2007. The artist is known for the Tin Man in nearby Oz Park. I remember seeing his "steel bumper" sculptures in the area, even a giraffe peering over a fence, when I lived in Lincoln Park.
is built in (BUT HOW DO YOU CLEAN DOG HAIR OUT OF THE COILS??) Also see appeal in having separate stove top and oven -- this oven sticks out too much and would like the sleeker look of wall oven/microwave. Fireplace, unfortunately, is way too dangerous for the dogs!
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
like the idea of the greenhouse opening to the courtyard. We loved the fenced area so daniel's plantings would be safe from the dog (and deer, but mostly the dog).
700 Palms Residence
view of a large Aleppo Pine tree. Minimal detailing blurs the line between indoors and out, whether the doors are closed or open. I'm sure that their dog, Joey, must have thoroughly enjoyed never needing a doggy door. Ehrlich designed the sofa and coffee table himself; the vintage Boomerang chairs are
Matt Garcia Design
Llano Exit Strategy
Make a great mud room for the kids and dogs. Love the wood and industrialism to it