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David Howell Design
Laight Street Loft
clustered the high cabinets and refrigerator in the corner, freeing up space to leave the back kitchen wall as open and light as possible. A simple ledge follows a line created by the vent hood. The backsplash is the same Caesarstone as the countertops, which lends continuity and reflects the light.
clustered the high cabinetry and refrigerator in the corner, freeing up space to leave the back kitchen wall as open and light as possible. A simple ledge follows a line created by the range hood. The splashback is the same Caesarstone as the benchtops, which lends continuity and reflects the light.
high cupboards and the fridge-freezer in the corner, freeing up space to leave the back kitchen wall as open and light as possible. A simple ledge follows a line created by the extractor hood. The splashback is the same granite as the worktops, which lends continuity and reflects the light.
been seeing quite a bit of lately: light blue with a small accent of deep red. It's a fantastic palette for a modern dining room. If you are wary of following color trends that quickly come and go, my advice is to limit the trendy color or colors for items you can easily and affordably change out. Stick
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
And still yet another view shows the way a space can be informed by the structure. Here the two walls with storage behind doors follow the rhythm of the trusses above.
Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
St Clarens renovation
various qualities of a stair — angle, materials, transparency etc. — while the people add a sense of scale and lead our eye in a certain direction. If we follow the woman moving down this stair with clear glass guardrails, we end up in the kitchen or can continue down another flight to a lower level.
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
usable rooftop space is found on the other side of this addition. Therefore the residents can enjoy the outdoor space at various times of the day by following the sun across the roof.
SRM Architecture and Interiors
Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
On one side the house is built into a hill, but on the other side it opens up towards the distant Mount Hood. Here the plan follows an L-shape to cradle the outdoor space, which is marked by pavers, planters and a pool.
Valley Center House
points to a different way of thinking. This departure from order is also found in the way the concrete hearth punctures the ceiling; its form does not follow the structure, so the wood joists have some unusual intersections to accommodate it.