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Mountain Retreat - exterior
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terrain of the immediate site had to be blasted. Rather than discarding the remnants, the rocks were scattered around the site. Used for outdoor seating
mountain biking and rock climbing, camped out on the hilltop during the siting of the house to determine the best spot, angle and orientation for his new
“love the stony area and walkway and railing down from upper deck” — jana12366
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
River House
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This site 30’ above the Connecticut River offers 180 degree panoramic views. The client wanted a modern house & landscape that would take advantage of
amazing locale, blurring the lines between inside and outside. The project sites a main house, guest house / boat storage building, multiple terraces, pool
River below. The concrete facades of the house transition into concrete site walls extending the architecture into the landscape. A flush Ipe Wood deck
“Water” — shaheen1s
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
South Cove Residence
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South Cove Residence Shelburne, Vermont This 15 acre site is located on the southern end of historic Shelburne Farms, a property originally designed by
by Frederick Law Olmstead for the Vanderbilt / Webb family. The site design attempts to soften the formal, classical character of the house with a minimal
minimal approach to the landscape. The stone and wood house is sited to enjoy both the southern and westerly views while integrating within the rolling agrarian
“Hedges” — aimeekhall
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Hilltop Residence
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Residence entrance garden is an abstracted representation of architecture and site expressed in simple bold gestures; a metaphor of Basho‘s haiku poem, The
established between the landscape architect and the client. Taking cues from the site, materials were selected based upon their individual intrinsic beauty and
birch and maples together with the precise use of stone bands emulating the site datum. In addition a trough of light, reflective by day, richly bisects and
“castle” — zeedre
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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a few simple but massive walls, the house, its adjacent grounds, and the site are organized into four simple quadrants for approach, arrival, entertaining
Grass steps leading down in a linear fashion --we have a curve matching the site arcs . Each level would be 18" instead of 6" .
a few simple but massive walls, the house, its adjacent grounds, and the site are organized into four simple quadrants for approach, arrival, entertaining
“best way to step grassing technique must” — vipulstash
JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates)
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Hillside Contemporary
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veneer features Rheinzink zinc tile siding. Stone harvested from the building site was used for the home and landscape retaining walls. Combined with stucco
the building site was used for the home and landscape retaining walls.
Rheinzink zinc tile siding. Stone harvested from the building site was used for
“Grass” — trevyard
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
River House
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This site 30’ above the Connecticut River offers 180 degree panoramic views. The client wanted a modern house & landscape that would take advantage of
amazing locale, blurring the lines between inside and outside. The project sites a main house, guest house / boat storage building, multiple terraces, pool
River below. The concrete facades of the house transition into concrete site walls extending the architecture into the landscape. A flush Ipe Wood deck
“uteområde rundt basseng” — Marianne Jakobsen Ahmed
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
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people choosing materials with short life spans, ones that fill the waste sites. But we plan on staying in this home for as long as we can. It's our legacy
people choosing materials with short life spans, ones that fill the waste sites. But we plan on staying in this home for as long as we can. It's our legacy
people choosing materials with short life spans, ones that fill the waste sites. But we plan on staying in this home for as long as we can. It’s our legacy
“roof” — 2bbugsy
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